By: Jonathan Scott and Angela Scott
128 pages, 150 col photos
A companion to the Big Cat Diary: Lion and Leopard, and designed to complement the BBC television series, this book explores the lives of cheetahs in the Masai Mara and beyond, and in particular, their history, biology, behaviour and conservation. As well as a detailed examination of biology and behaviour, Scott provides an historical perspective of the cheetah families featured in the series. Finally, Scott discusses the conservation measures required to ensure that big cat populations survive.
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'll ever need to know about the top of the spots' BBC Wildlife
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On behalf of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi I would like to thank NHBS. The book will be very useful for my students.
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