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African Predators

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Gus Mills and Martin Harvey
160 pages, 200 col photos
African Predators
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  • African Predators ISBN: 9781770072206 Edition: 2 Hardback Sep 2005 Out of Print #153458
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New edition of this colour photo portfolio on the large carnivores of Africa.

Author Mills and wildlife photographer Harvey combine their talents and their knowledge of the large African carnivores to tell the story of their existence. Mills brings many years of study and practical research in revealing the origins, the present struggle for survival and the uncertain future of Africa's predatory mammals. His examination of their behaviour, social make-up, relations and interactions is supported by Harvey's superb and dramatic photography.

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Gus Mills is a specialist scientist with the National Parks Board in South Africa. He has spent more than 20 years studying the ecology and behaviour of large carnivore, and has written a book on hyaenas, a popular book on the Kalahari and was the text editor of The Complete Book of Southern African Mammals. Martin Harvey worked for various National Parks before taking up a professional photographic career in 1993. He has photographed in over 22 countries and his photographs have been published in magazines (National Geographic, BBC Wildlife,) and books through-out the world. Harvey has received numerous photographic awards in both the BBC Wildlife competition and Agfa Wildlife Awards.
Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Gus Mills and Martin Harvey
160 pages, 200 col photos
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