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Creatures of Habit Understanding African Animal Behaviour

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By: Peter Apps and Richard Du Toit
160 pages, Col photos
Creatures of Habit
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  • Creatures of Habit ISBN: 9781770073920 Edition: 2 Paperback Aug 2006 Out of Print #161434
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Illustrated guide to the behavioural traits of southern African mammals, arranged by characteristics such as feeding, communication, social living, courtship and many more.

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Introduction - mammals and behaviour; birth and infancy - beginnings and becomings; food and water - the bare necessities; strategies for survival - outwitting the enemy; social life - bonds and boundaries; communication - signalling and sensing; reproduction - closing the cycle.

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Peter Apps and Richard du Toit
Out of Print
By: Peter Apps and Richard Du Toit
160 pages, Col photos
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