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The State of Wildlife and Protected Areas in Maharashtra: News and Information from the Protected Area Update 1996-2015
ISBN: 978-81-923269-3-1 (First print 2019).
Edited by Pankaj Sekhsaria
Published by the Duleep Matthai Nature Conservation Trust, Kalpavriksh, and Rainfed Books.
Pages: xii+235pp, 100 line-drawings; Price Rs. 400/-
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