Beautifully illustrated with full-colour photographs throughout, Madagascar...
Series: Bradt Wildlife Guides
By: Nick Garbutt, Hilary Bradt and Derek Schuurman
171 pages, colour photos
Beautifully illustrated with full-colour photographs throughout, Madagascar Wildlife is a celebration of the unique fauna of a remarkable island. Featuring over 250 species - from lemurs to millipedes - this guide is ideal for natural history enthusiasts and travellers alike. Newly discovered species and recently protected habitats are all covered in this fully revised edition. Also included is practical advice on visiting the key national parks and reserves plus special features on the evolution, camouflage, night-time wildlife and conservation issues.
*Fully updated and expanded to show the changes that have taken place in Madagascar, both in conservation successes and in the discovery of new species
*Over 275 colour photographs - the vast majority of which are new
*Practical tips for wildlife watching and photography
Informative and reader-friendly... the photographs are of outstanding quality
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An Introduction to the Wildlife of Madagascar
What's in a Name?
HABITATS AND RESERVES
- Dry Deciduous Forest
- The Southern Region
- Carnivores: Civets and Mongooses
- Endemic Oddities
- Rarities and Rediscoveries
REPTILES AND FROGS
- 6-600 Legs
- Butterflies and Moths
- Squashy Things
Madagascar at Night
- The Malagasy and their Environment
- The Orchid and the Moth
- A shot in the dark
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The authors of the guide have all worked as tour leaders in Madagascar; their intimate knowledge of the country and professional photography are brought together in this guide.
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