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Title: Captive Elephants of Andaman Islands: An Investigation into the Population Status, Management and Welfare Significance.
Other Titles: Elephants in Captivity: Technical Report. 11
Contributors: Varma, Varma Surendra
Verghese, George
Abraham, David
Sujata, S.R.
Hasbhavi, Rajendra
Keywords: Andaman Islands (India) – Captive elephants
Andaman Islands- India and three distinct type of elephant ownership
Andaman Islands- Forest and Plantation Development Corporation (ANIFPDC)
Andaman Islands- plantation and harvesting of palm oil and rubber trees.
Private ownership and individuals - timber industries
Three major industries in the Andaman Islands -- the Andaman Timber Industries (ATI), Jayashree
Timber Products (JTP) and the Asian Woods and Polymers (AWP)
Captive elephant population and feral elephants
Scientific investigations and captive elephants
Captive elephants - distribution, management and the welfare status
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Compassion Unlimited Plus Action (CUPA) and Asian Nature Conservation Foundation (ANCF)
Place of Publication: India, Bangalore.
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