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The Indian Fauna During 1942–43

Nature volume 155, pages 123124 (27 January 1945) | Download Citation



AN interesting tabular statement is given in the Indian Forester (70, No. 4, April 1944. Civil and Military Gazette Ltd., Lahore) of the animals shot in some of the Indian Provinces and States during 1942–43. Of British India, only Madras appears to have sent in no figures. The Indian States are confined to Jammu and Kashmir.

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