By: Colin Saunders
386 pages, Col & b/w photos, maps, illus
This is a captivating story about a remote area of wildest Africa, still undeveloped, and mercifully untamed. The Gonarezhou is the kingdom of giant elephants, and hosts of other spectacular wild creatures that characterize unspoilt Africa. It is also a mysterious land of tantalizing myth and legend. It has a magic all of its own.
It is soon to be incorporated, along with South Africa's renowned Kruger National Park and Mozambique's giant unexplored Limpopo National Park, in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area. This mega-park will be Africa's largest, and the Gonarezhou is an essential component.
Colin Saunders has been collecting historic and natural-history material on the Gonarezhou for more than 40 years. He writes passionately about an area with whose conservation he has been deeply involved. His book is a fascinating collection of insights into all aspects of the national park.
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