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From Aardvark to Zebra Questions and Answers

Popular Science
By: Riëtte(Author), Eduan Naudé(Translated by)
780 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Riëtte
From Aardvark to Zebra
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  • From Aardvark to Zebra ISBN: 9780620695657 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 2021 In stock
Price: £36.00
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About this book

Aardvark to Zebra is the result of 25 years of research and investigation towards a unique collection of facts about 70 of South Africa’s wild animals (67 mammals, two reptiles and one bird). In addition to being used as a hand guide during field trips it also provides interesting reading for young and old who would like to know more about South Africa's wildlife. The book contains over 2,200 questions and answers. While the questions are the typical ones asked by nature-loving, but not necessarily zoologically trained members of the public, each answer is backed by scientific authentication by experts in their respective fields. All the species descriptions are backed by excellent colour photographs, and many behavioural traits mentioned in some of the answers are proven by photographs catching the animals in action.


- Aardvark
- Aardwolf
- Baboon, Chacma
- Badger, Honey
- Blesbok
- Bontebok
- Buffalo, African
- Bushbuck
- Bushpig
- Caracal
- Cat, African Wild
- Cheetah
- Civet, African
- Crocodile, Nile
- Duiker, Blue
- Duiker, Common
- Duiker, Red
- Eland
- Elephant, African Savanna
- Fox, Bat-eared
- Galago, Southern Lesser
- Galago, Thick-tailed
- Gemsbok
- Genet, Large-spotted
- Genet, Small-spotted
- Giraffe
- Hartebeest, Lichtenstein’s
- Hartebeest, Red
- Hippopotamus, Common
- Hyaena, Brown
- Hyaena, Spotted
- Hyrax, Rock
- Impala
- Jackal, Black-backed
- Klipspringer
- Kudu, Greater 
- Leopard 
- Lion
- Meerkat
- Mongoose, Banded
- Mongoose, Dwarf
- Mongoose, Slender
- Mongoose, Yellow
- Monkey, Vervet
- Nyala
- Oribi
- Ostrich
- Otter, Cape Clawless
- Pangolin, Ground
- Polecat, Striped/Cape
- Porcupine, Cape
- Reedbuck, Common
- Rhinoceros, Black
- Rhinoceros, White
- Roan Antelope
- Sable Antelope
- Serval
- Springbok
- Squirrel, Tree
- Steenbok
- Suni
- Tortoise, Leopard
- Tsessebe
- Waterbuck, Common
- Warthog, Common
- Wild Dog, African
- Wildebeest, Black
- Wildebeest, Blue
- Zebra, Cape Mountain
- Zebra, Plain

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Popular Science
By: Riëtte(Author), Eduan Naudé(Translated by)
780 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Riëtte
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