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A Natural History Guide to the Arid Kalahari Including the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

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By: Gus Mills(Author), Margie Mills(Author)
200 pages, colour photos
A Natural History Guide to the Arid Kalahari
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The landscapes and vegetation, the antelope, the hyaenas, cats and other carnivores, the birds and the smaller creatures... all are included in this comprehensive guide. Plus: Tips and advice for getting the most out of your visit to the arid Kalahari.

Not only is A Natural History Guide to the Arid Kalahari a wonderful guide to one of the most intriguing nature destinations in Africa, but you can read it like a book. The insights given into the inhabitants of the desert combined with Gus and Margie's personal observations and anecdotes of their long association with the region are both informative and a delight. A must-read and must-have for anyone visiting the arid Kalahari

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Wildlife Guide
By: Gus Mills(Author), Margie Mills(Author)
200 pages, colour photos
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