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Dangerous Creatures of Africa

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Chris Stuart and Mathilde Stuart
240 pages, Col illus throughout
Dangerous Creatures of Africa
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  • Dangerous Creatures of Africa ISBN: 9781770073555 Hardback Oct 2009 Out of Print #180074
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Dangerous Creatures of Africa documents the range of dangerous and threatening aspects of nature-animals that can wound, venomous creatures, those that are poisonous to eat and diseases caused by animals.

The focus, as the subtitle suggests, is on understanding, identifying, avoiding and surviving these potential hazards of the African wilds. Symptoms are detailed and first aid measures supplied. A lively design with a strong element of drama through photographs, information boxes and case studies make even this very practical information riveting reading.

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Chris & Mathilde Stuart are founders of the African Carnivore Research Programme and the African-Arabian Wildlife Research Centre. They are well known authors of numerous books including Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern Africa, Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa and Field Guide to the Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife.
Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Chris Stuart and Mathilde Stuart
240 pages, Col illus throughout
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