Indica: A Deep Natural History of the Indian Subcontinent

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Indica takes a reader to a journey embedded in history. The same places we think we know so well have hidden secrets of their past revealed in this book. For instance, the exemplary Ellora caves were cut out of rock formed in the greatest lava floods in human history. The reason behind Bengaluru’s unique climate is a tectonic event that took place 88 million years ago. The sediments of Ganga and Brahmaputra, over millions of years, have created submarine canyons larger than the Grand Canyon. And then there’s evidence of Rajasaurus, an Indian dinosaur.

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Rare and fascinating collection of images and illustrations.

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India's deep and amusing natural history filled with natural events, flora, and fauna.

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The book is exclusive to Indian natural history only.

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