Bombay: June 5,1997 - At a function held in the Hornbill House, the home of the Bombay Natural History Society, the first six titles of the NCSTC-BNHS Hornbill series of books on natural history were released. Authored by some of the most well-known and celebrated experts in the field, these titles were:
1.PREDATORS AND PREY: Nature strikes a balance
by K. Ullas Karanth
2.DIVERSITY the cornerstone of life
by Madhav Gadgil
3.THE INDIAN ELEPHANT: endangered in the land of
of lord Ganesha by Ajay Desai
4.EXTINCTION is forever
by J.C. Daniel
5.MOTHS OF INDIA: An introduction
by Isaac Kehimkar
6.EVOLUTION the story of life
by Renee Borges
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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