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By: Robin Brown
235 pages, 12 b/w photos
Over the last century the African elephant has been threatened with extinction. Robin Brown paints a vivid picture of the impact on hunting on Africa's elephants, of the conservation movement which has become essentially a tale of war, and of the powerful personalities involved on both sides - from Cecil Rhodes to Dennis Fitch-Hatton and Edward, Prince of Wales, to David Sheldrick.
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