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Lobos del Río Madre de Dios [Giants of the Madre de Dios]

By: Frank Hajek and Jessica Groenendijk
160 pages, colour photos
Lobos del Río Madre de Dios [Giants of the Madre de Dios]
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  • Lobos del Río Madre de Dios [Giants of the Madre de Dios] ISBN: 9789972258527 Paperback Dec 2006 In stock
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Language: Spanish

Reports the findings of 15 years of conservation efforts to save the Giant Otter (known locally as the "river wolf") in Peru. Richly illustrated, this book offers in-depth insights into the habitat, ecology, biology and natural history of these carnivores, as well as threats, past and current conservation efforts, and a look into the future of giant otter conservation.

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By: Frank Hajek and Jessica Groenendijk
160 pages, colour photos
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