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Delhi, Jaipur and Agra (Globetrotter Travel Map) [Folded Map] [Map]

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30 May 2008 Globetrotter Travel Map
This useful guide provides a comprehensive overview of the wide variety of snakes, lizards, crocodiles, turtles and tortoises to be found in India. Over 240 species, primarily native but with the odd exotic, are included in the book. Each description is supported by a clear colour photograph taken where possible in the creature's natural Indian habitat. The guide looks at the more common species such as the Travancore Wolf Snake and the Indian Black Turtle and also focuses on some of the rarer, and in some cases highly endangered, species such as the King Cobra, the unique Gharial crocodile, and the Indian Star Tortoise.

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Indraneil Das studied at the Universities of Calcutta and Oxford, receiving a doctoral degree in zoology from the latter institution in 1991. He was a Fulbright Fellow at Harvard University, and a Research Fellow at Universiti Brunei Darussalam. At present, he is Associate Professor at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, and Editor of the herpetological journal, Hamadryad. Indraneil Das is author of a number of other titles including books on the turtles of India, of Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo, a work on the biogeography of the reptiles of southern Asia, and one on ethnoherpetology.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for my use 27 May 2009
By Dick Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Map|Verified Purchase
The front has a physical map of the northern portion of India including Bangladesh. There is also a city index.

The back has maps of the Delhi Metro, Dehli (with street index), Amber, Jaipur, Jaipur City Palace, Shahjahanabad, Red Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Tajmahal, Agra, Agra Fort, Golden Triangle and a place names index.

The scale is 1:3,500,000. There is a Southern India map. Unbelievably, its scale is 1: 2,500,000! There is also one in this series that covers all of India (1:4,000,000).

General comments about the Globetrotter Travel Maps:
These Globetrotter maps measure 28" x 39". The fronts are really 28" x 34" because the left 5" is the unfolded heavy cover. They are printed on heavy paper that should hold up well under normal use. I make use of a bound atlas that has an extensive list of cities to help me find specific places on these larger maps.

These are great for me because I read a lot of foreign authors (in translation) and want to know where the action is taking place. I have atlases, but I prefer this size. These are not substitutes for travel guides; so buy them for what they are. I have bought a dozen of these (and there are a few more I want). Their being available under Amazon's 4 for 3 deal is a bonus.
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2.0 out of 5 stars too big to carry with you on the street 16 April 2010
By Cristian Ramirez V - Published on Amazon.com
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Big enough to sit at home and study the area, but way too big to carry with you for a quick look when you find yourself lost on the street.
4.0 out of 5 stars delhi map 28 Dec 2011
By Kevin J Kearney - Published on Amazon.com
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The map should be helpful when i go to India in a few weeks. We'll see. The only problem is that its a bit bulky.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Detail! 6 Jun 2011
By Kelley Shaw - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Map|Verified Purchase
So glad to have this map for a trip I'm planning to India in 2012. Very detailed with a lot of helpful information.
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