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NCSTC-BNHS Series: First Six Titles Released

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June 21, 1997
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Vigyan Prasar
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On the World Environment Day, June 5, the first six titles: Predators and Prey, Diversity, Extinction, The Indian Elephant, Moths of India, and Evolution were released in Bombay. These have authored by foremost natural history experts in India.

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The titles have been prepared by the National Council for Science and Technology Communication and the Bombay Natural History Society, and published jointly by Vigyan Prasar and the Sanctuary Magazine.


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