By: Jonathan Scott and Angela Scott
128 pages, Col photos
The first of three books derived from the BBC television series Big Cat Diary: Lion is designed to be a companion volume providing a complete picture of the lives of the big cats that live in the Masai Mara and beyond. A splendid photographic reference, which also covers biology, behaviour and the historical perspective of the big cat families featured in the series.
Praise for Big Cat Diary: Lion 'This book offeres a great insight into lions' lives: their everyday behaviour, their social organisation and their development from cub to adult' Geographical 'The king of beasts inspires a multitude of emotions!this book captures their magic and the day-to-day reality of their lives ' Traveller Magazine Praise for Big Cat Diary: Cheetah 'beautifully illustrated with the Scotts' superb photography ! a detailed and insightful introduction to these slinky speed machines ! the Scotts' anecdotes and reflections give the book a warmth and personality missing from so many of its ilk.' Geographical, Jan 2005 'Unmissable' Wanderlust, Feb 05 'the ultimate armchair-safari insight into one of the fastest creatures on the planet.' Abta travelspirit, Feb 05 'Wildlife book of the month' BBC Wildlife Praise for Big Cat Diary: Leopard 'everything you will ever need to know about the top of the spots' BBC Wildlife
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