Jungle Lore

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Oxford University Press, 1953 - Biography & Autobiography - 172 pages
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Jim Corbett, naturalist, shikari, and conservationist is famous for his tales of hunting in the Indian Jungle. Many years before the issues of conservation became understood, Corbett was obsessed with the jungle and animals of the Kumaon hills. This new edition of Jungle Lore offers Corbett's own story of his life and career. At the heart of the narrative is a cry for sensitivity to the fragility of nature, and despair over mankind's divorce from his environment--a message as vibrant today as it ever was.

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User Review  - Yuvaraj - Goodreads

Nice one! teaches a lot of thought processes and behavioral patterns in nature from Jim's POV. Its interesting to know the POV & Thoughts people had with regards to Wildlife and Nature in those times of Plenty. A lot of which has changed over a period till today's times of scarce. Read full review

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User Review  - Crestless Wave - Goodreads

When you hear the name “Jim Corbett” first thing comes in mind is 'Man-Eater Tigers” and why shouldn't it come when a great person like Corbett devoted his whole life to save the hills and villages ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One i
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Chapter Two
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Chapter Three
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About the author (1953)

Jim Corbett was a renowned hunter.

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