Wildlife in Asia: Cultural Perspectives

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3.1 A wild boar-hunter holding the carcass of a young boar caught by his dogs 59
3.2 Two boar-hunters returning from a successful hunt 61
3.3 A wild boar carcass 62
3.4 A wild boar trophy in the foyer of the Mountain Village Development Centre in Hongū, Japan 64
4.1 Dolphins landed at a fishing port in Japan 75
4.2 A whale monument in Taiji, Japan 78
4.3 The post office in Ayukawa, Japan 81
4.4 A manhole cover in Taiji, Japan 82
5.1 A nineteenth-century representation of the butchering of a deer from a temple in Laos 90
5.2 Shops in China near the border with Vietnam selling a variety of wildlife products (mainly from Vietnam and Laos) 93
5.3 Natural products on sale at a National Park in Laos 94
5.4 A leopard skin for sale in a shop in Sapa, northern Vietnam 100
7.1 A farming settlement in Bhutan 133
7.2 Map of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan 136
7.3 Size of households, agricultural land and livestock 137
8.1 A pig hunt using dogs and spears 152
8.2 A ranjau—for use against wild pigs or deer 154
9.1 From pig hunter to farmer 166
9.2 A section from the poster Suids of Southeast Asia produced by the Pigs and Peccaries Specialist Group of the World Conservation Union (IUCN)—Species Survival Commission 168
10.1 Map of the Malay world 187

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