The Zoological Survey of India

  title={The Zoological Survey of India},
  author={Harold Munro Fox},
  • H. Fox
  • Published 1 June 1947
  • Environmental Science
  • Nature
THE Zoological Survey of India was founded in 1916. It derived from the Zoological Section of the Indian Museum. The latter was a descendant of the zoological portion of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Annandale, a first-class naturalist and an authority on freshwater faunas, was the first director of the Survey. He had distinguished successors in Kemp, Sewell, and Prashad, and, when the last-named was lately called to be adviser,on fisheries to the Government of India, in Dr. B. N. Chopra, the… 
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The Botanical Survey of India

PROF. MUNRO FOX1 has recently given an admirable account of the Zoological Survey of India. This department has had a glorious past when viewed in the light of scientific achievements; but as the



The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma

The general character of “The Fauna of British India” is so well known, and has been so frequently commented on, that it is only necessary to say that the present half-volume is similar to those which have preceded it, and that the high character of the series is fully maintained.

Fish and Fisheries of the Inle Lake

  • N. Annandale
  • Environmental Science
    Records of the Zoological Survey of India
  • 1918

On the Internal Anatomy of the Families of Opisthomi

Notes on the Freshwater Fish of Madras

  • B. Raj
  • Environmental Science
    Records of the Zoological Survey of India
  • 1916

Classification of fishes both recent and fossil