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Field Guide to the Mammals of the Kruger National Park

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Heike Schütze(Author)
219 pages, 150 colour photos, maps
Field Guide to the Mammals of the Kruger National Park
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  • Field Guide to the Mammals of the Kruger National Park ISBN: 9781770079007 Edition: 2 Paperback Oct 2010 Out of Print #189736
  • Field Guide to the Mammals of the Kruger National Park ISBN: 9781868725946 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 2002 Out of Print #215939
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The Kruger National Park is the oldest wildlife reserve in Africa, famous for its diversity of species and its variety of ecozones. Field Guide to the Mammals of the Kruger National Park features all the mammal species known to occur in the park. Newly revised and updated, it provides detailed information on the distinguishing features, distribution, behaviour, reproduction, diet, habitat and predators of each species. Colour photographs facilitate identification, and each account includes distribution maps and spoor drawings, where relevant.

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Heike Schütze has worked in biomedical science and research for a decade. Currently established in Australia, she has lived in South Africa and has been involved with many safari tours. This comprehensive guide to the mammals of the Kruger National Park is a product of her passion for wildlife and awareness of the urgent and ongoing need for nature conservation.

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Heike Schütze(Author)
219 pages, 150 colour photos, maps
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