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Le Sanglier [The Boar]

By: Pascal Étienne(Author)
Le Sanglier [The Boar]
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Language: French

Also known as the "black beast", the boar does not fail to impress with its secretive behaviour, its broad shoulders and large tusks. Although rarely seen, it lingers in the minds of the walker who walks the vast forests, as the signs of his presence are numerous. This book summarizes the various sources of knowledge published in Europe but also in Asia and Africa on this species that has a broader global distribution among mammals.

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Connu également sous le nom de "bête noire", le sanglier ne manque pas d'impressionner par ses moeurs cachées, sa large carrure et ses grandes facultés de défense. Bien que trop rarement observé, il hante l'esprit du promeneur qui arpente les vastes forêts, tant les signes de sa présence sont nombreux. Ce livre résume les diverses connaissances publiées en Europe, mais aussi en Asie et en Afrique, sur une espèce qui présente une des plus larges répartitions mondiales parmi les mammifères.

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By: Pascal Étienne(Author)
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