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Published by Oxford University Press in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

SeriesOxford india paperbacks, Oxford India paperbacks
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 248 p. :
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22403538M
ISBN 100195649567
OCLC/WorldCa43944652

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  T he End of A Trail: The Cheetah in India By Divyabhanusinh. As the title of the book The End of A Trail: The Cheetah in India suggests, one gets to know the complete history of the Cheetah starting from the chronicles of the Mughals to the modern day records from various sources till it got extinct. This book also collects information about the cheetah from the middle . Preface to the Third edition At the dawn of the twentieth century, cheetahs existed on the Indian subcontinent, though admittedly few in numbers. The last credible sighting of these swift cats in India was in the winter of In Pakistan, the Animal has reportedly been sighted up to and possibly even later, as stray individual cheetahs may have crossed over from Iran. Until the 20th century, the Asiatic cheetah was quite common and roamed all the way from Israel, the Arabian Peninsula to Iran, Afghanistan and India, they ranged as far south as the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. The Asiatic cheetah, also known as the "hunting leopard" in India was kept by kings and princes to hunt gazelle; the Mughal emperor Akbar kept them for . The Asiatic cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus venaticus), also known as Iranian or Persian cheetah, is a Critically Endangered cheetah subspecies surviving today only in Iran. It once occurred from the Arabian Peninsula and the Near East to the Caspian region, Kyzylkum Desert, Pakistan and India, but has been extirpated there during the 20th : Felidae.

Divyabhanusinh. On trapping, training, treatment of and hunting with cheetahs. In:Divyabhanusinh, editor. The end of a trail - the cheetah in India. Author: Julia Johnson,Susan Keeble; Publisher: Stacey International Publishers ISBN: Category: Juvenile Fiction Page: 56 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» A heart wrenching children's story. A little girl comes across a malnourished cheetah cub caged at the back of a small shop in an Arab souq. The Southeast African cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus jubatus) is the nominate cheetah subspecies native to East and Southern Africa. The Southern African cheetah lives mainly in the lowland areas and deserts of the Kalahari, the savannahs of Okavango Delta, and the grasslands of the Transvaal region in South Namibia, cheetahs are mostly found in : Mammalia. The cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus; / ˈ tʃ iː t ə /) is a large cat of the subfamily Felinae that occurs in North, Southern and East Africa, and a few localities in inhabits a variety of mostly arid habitats like dry forests, scrub forests, and species is IUCN Red Listed as Vulnerable, as it suffered a substantial decline in its historic range in the 20th century due to Class: Mammalia.

  This book is essential reading for all those interested in the natural history of the subcontinent. Meticulously researched a remarkable eulogy to the cheetah in India.' - Valmik Thapar India Today The author Dr. Divyabhanusinh Chavda The End of Trail: The Cheetah in India (hard book) The End of Trail: The Cheetah in India (paperback). Taken from The end of a trail: the cheetah in India, Divyabhanusinh and Mahesh Rangarajan, The role of administration in extermination: fresh evidence on the cheetah Acionyx jubatus in India. JBNHS In south India a cheetah was shot in the Berrambadi forest of Mysore (Russel ). The Story of Asia's Lions by Divyabhanusinh; Marg Publications, Mumbai, ; pages , Rs.1, (hardbound). WILDLIFE history is a nascent . Cheetah cubs with dog (India, ). Reintroduction of Cheetah in India involves the artificial reestablishment of a population of cheetahs into areas where they had previously existed but were hunted into extinction by the British colonial.