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Leopard Diaries | BIC Streams
A presentation by Sanjay Gubbi followed by a conversation with Sejal Mehta

The leopard is perhaps one of the world’s most beautiful creatures. It is social but solitary, inconspicuous but significant in numbers, large but ubiquitous, and does not fit any of the pigeonholes of large-cat conservation. In India, the leopard is a poster boy of the fight to preserve wildlife, but in many countries, it faces either ecological or local extinction. A worrying phenomenon, given that these cats carry out important ecosystem services that have not been fully understood yet. In a first of its kind book on leopards from India (Leopard Diaries), based on over a decade of field research work Sanjay Gubbi unravels the complex and ambivalent world of leopards that is sometimes marked by horrifying tension between the humankind and the natural world. The relation of the species with the ecosystem, the landscape it survives in, the people, and the society is extremely important to be understood



May 12, 2021 06:30 PM in India

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