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Akela the wolf, Shere Khan the tiger, Baloo the sloth bear, Hati the elephant and Bagheera the black panther filled the forest of Rudyard Kipling’s imagination, ancestors to the animals of today. Wolves still hunt in India’s arid flatlands, tigers slink through the diminishing forests, elephants tread their ancient trails, pythons lie in wait and panthers stalk their prey. And today’s animals must still obey Kipling’s “Law of the Jungle” to survive, through the great passage of the seasons, culminating in the all-powerful Monsoon.