Professional Life of Kenneth Anderson
Kenneth Anderson was employed as the Factory Manager for Planning by the British Aircraft Factory in Bengaluru. He was known for writing real-life adventurous stories. However, as a hunter, Kenneth Anderson tracked down many man-eating tigers and leopards. Unlike Jim Corbett, Kenneth Anderson mostly hunted in South India including Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Mysore and Hyderabad.
Books of Kenneth Anderson
Books by Kenneth Anderson are quite popular. Some of the books written by him are Nine Maneaters and One Rogue (1954), The Black Panther of Sivanipalli and Other Adventures of the Indian Jungle (1959), Jungles Long Ago, Man Eaters and Jungle Killers, Tiger Roars, Tales from the Indian Jungle, This is the Jungle and The Call of the Man Eater.
Kenneth Anderson died in the year 1974 at the age of 64.
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