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dat upon chitwan tigers, by melvin sunquist, featuring info upon feeding behavior, measurements, ect.
dat upon chitwan tigers, by melvin sunquist, featuring info upon feeding behavior, measurements, ect.

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The Social Organization
of Tigers
{Panthera
tigris)
in Royal ChitawanNational Park, Nepal
MELVIN E. SUNQUIST
SMITHSONIAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO ZOOLOGY
NUMBER 336
 
SERIES PUBLICATIONS OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
Emphasis upon publication as a means of "diffusing knowledge" was expressedby the first Secretary of the Smithsonian. In his formal plan for the Institution, JosephHenry outlined a program that included the following statement: "It is proposed topublish a series of reports, giving an account of the new discoveries in science, andof the changes made from year to year in all branches of knowledge." This themeof basic research has been adhered to through the years by thousands of titles issuedin series publications under the Smithsonian imprint, commencing with
SmithsonianContributions to Knowledge
in 1848 and continuing with the following active series:
Smithsonian Contributions to
Anthropology
Smithsonian Contributions to AstrophysicsSmithsonian Contributions to BotanySmithsonian Contributions to the Earth
Sciences
Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine
SciencesSmithsonian Contributions to
Paleobiology
Smithsonian Contributions to
Zoo/ogy
Smithsonian
Studies
in Air and
Space
Smithsonian Studies in History and
Technology
In these series, the Institution publishes small papers and full-scale monographsthat report the research and collections of its various museums and bureaux or ofprofessional colleagues in the world of science and scholarship. The publications aredistributed by mailing lists to libraries, universities, and similar institutions throughoutthe world.Papers or monographs submitted for series publication are received by theSmithsonian Institution Press, subject to its own review for format and style, onlythrough departments of the various Smithsonian museums or bureaux, where themanuscripts are given substantive review. Press requirements for manuscript and artpreparation are outlined on the inside back cover.S. Dillon RipleySecretarySmithsonian Institution

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