NO BEAST SO FIERCE | THE CHAMPAWAT TIGER AND HER HUNTER, THE FIRST TIGER CONSERVATIONIST (H/B)

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The deadliest animal of all time meets the world’s most legendary hunter in a classic battle between man and wild. But this pulse-pounding narrative is also a nuanced story of how colonialism and environmental destruction upset the natural order, placing man, tiger and nature on a collision course.

In Champawat, India, circa 1900, a Bengal tigress was wounded by a poacher in the forests of the Himalayan foothills. Unable to hunt her usual prey, the tiger began stalking and eating an easier food source: human beings. Between 1900 and 1907, the Champawat Man-Eater, as she became known, emerged as the most prolific serial killer of human beings the world has ever known, claiming an astonishing 436 lives.

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Format

HB

Publisher

William Collins

Size

15.9 x 3 x 24 cm