By: LH Blankenship, ISC Parker and SA Qvortrup
128 pages, 33 b/w photos, 27 figs, 60 tabs
Concentrating on two common species of antelope - the Impala and Thomson's gazelle - this text offers the idea that game species in Africa are potentially a renewable resource. They could be farmed in the same way as cattle or red deer. At a time when food and resources are coming under increasing pressure, this is a timely study.
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