Rauf Ali

Rauf Ali (1954-2016) was a naturalist who played an important role in environmental conservation and ecological sciences in India. This is an extract from his memoir Running Away from Elephants: Adventures of a wildlife biologist, Speaking Tiger Books, 2018, 224 pp, INR 450.

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