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Cats of Africa Behaviour, Ecology and Conservation

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Luke Hunter and Gerald Hinde
176 pages, 240 col photos
Cats of Africa
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  • Cats of Africa ISBN: 9781770070639 Hardback Nov 2005 Out of Print #151983
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Stunning coffee-table volume that examines all members of the cat family in Africa. Hunter's text compares and contrasts all African species but concentrates on the big three - lions, leopards and cheetahs. His text examines the different habitats cats occupy, adaptations they require, their social and reproductive lives, and how they hunt.

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Luke Hunter works on the Science and Exploration Programme of the Wildlife Conservation Society of New York. With a doctorate in zoology, he has worked extensively in the field, and particularly with big cats. He has authored books, papers and numerous articles and has won awards and scholarships. Luke is affiliated to many organisations and is currently chairman of the Carnivore Section, IUCN, Reintroduction Specialist Group. Gerald Hinde gave up running the family business in 1989 to pursue a career in wildlife photography. He has produced several award-winning wildlife documentaries and contributed to An African Experience and Africa's Big Five. He was named AGFA Photographer of the year in 2000.
Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Luke Hunter and Gerald Hinde
176 pages, 240 col photos
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