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Dr. A.J.T.Johnsingh is one of India’s most respected scientists, having worked tirelessly across India in conservation and field research for over thirty years, under the aegis of well known institutes including the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, the Wildlife Institute of India, Bombay Natural History Society and WWF India, and initiated pioneering field research on free-ranging large mammals in India. His research projects have ranged from Dhole to Asian Elephants, to Sloth Bear, Himalayan Ibex to Golden Mahseer, and travelled and run training programmes for conservation of these species in Bhutan, China and Vietnam. While Dean of Wildlife Studies at the Wildlife Institute of India, trained over 300 managers and PHD students. He continues to write, lecture and advise on natural history and conservation.