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History of Indian Wildlife
History of Indian wildlife can be classified into ancient, medieval and modern history. As per historical records, hunting was considered to be a part of the statecraft of India, long before the British invasion. It also highlights efforts taken to protect wildlife from hunting. Presently, protected areas in India provide shelter to Indian wildlife.

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