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TIGERS OF THE WORLD The Biology, Biopolitics, Management and Conservation of an Endangered Species

by Tilson, R, Seal, U (eds)

TIGERS OF THE WORLD The Biology, Biopolitics, Management and Conservation of an Endangered Species
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This symposium grew out of concern that tigers, with a global distribution extending from India across China to the Soviet Far East, and south through Peninsular Malaysia to Indonesia, are steadily declining in many parts of their range. The objective was to contribute to the development of a Global Tiger Survival Plan that would facilitate a multinational agreement for the sustained conservation of the world's remaining tigers, with the contents of this book designed to help encourage this process. Contains a number of papers presented at the symposium. 510pp. 1987.

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