By: Dale Kenmuir
135 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
Lake Kariba was formed in 1958 by the damming of the River Zambesi, creating a 300 km long lake. Written by a senior ecologist working on the lake over 30 years, this is an account not only of the 41 species and how to identify them, but also of the lake's features, ecology, history and changes.
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