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9789351775546 60b9fbba1ac8813c6eb3c778 The Age of Endlings: Explorations and Investigations into the IndianWild https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba45364fdecc75738bc5e3/webp/9789351775546.jpg Conservation sometimes kills

Endling noun The very last individual of a species.

These are not trophy tales of the wildlife photographer or his ancestor the hunter. Nor are these entreaties of the save-the-world variety. Curious and clinical irreverent but reasoned these essays and exposes by one of India's best-known investigative journalists and wildlife reporters Jay Mazoomdaar raise fascinating questions to better understand the Human-Nature interfaces in an increasingly crowded and edgy India.

Alongside the gripping whodunit and the sobering myth-buster are the stories of a cursed river a tiger reserve on sale a desert snake that 'breathes' death a tribe that threatens to die if forced out of its forests and a species destined to become the loneliest on earth.

The result of over a decade of investigations in the Indian wild and the human ecosystem around it The Age of Endlings is as compelling as it is unflinching.

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The Age of Endlings: Explorations and Investigations into the IndianWild

The Age of Endlings: Explorations and Investigations into the IndianWild

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Conservation sometimes kills

Endling noun The very last individual of a species.

These are not trophy tales of the wildlife photographer or his ancestor the hunter. Nor are these entreaties of the save-the-world variety. Curious and clinical irreverent but reasoned these essays and exposes by one of India's best-known investigative journalists and wildlife reporters Jay Mazoomdaar raise fascinating questions to better understand the Human-Nature interfaces in an increasingly crowded and edgy India.

Alongside the gripping whodunit and the sobering myth-buster are the stories of a cursed river a tiger reserve on sale a desert snake that 'breathes' death a tribe that threatens to die if forced out of its forests and a species destined to become the loneliest on earth.

The result of over a decade of investigations in the Indian wild and the human ecosystem around it The Age of Endlings is as compelling as it is unflinching.

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