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Makgadikgadi Botswana’s Dusty Wetlands

By: Cornelis Vanderpost(Author), Pete Hancock(Author)
135 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Sandor Books
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  • Makgadikgadi ISBN: 9789996841767 Paperback Jan 2018 In stock
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Makgadikgadi is a scientifically accurate, up-to-date account of the natural history of the unique salt pans which are the relict of what was once a huge inland sea in central southern Africa. Informative, readable chapters describe its origin and functioning, and how it is shaped by nature’s forces; the area’s fauna and flora are accorded separate chapters, with emphasis on the birds found in this Important Bird Area. The penultimate chapter looks at how people have influenced the environment, and the book concludes by providing an insight into it’s future. Clear photographs, and numerous images and maps illustrate the text and bring this fascinating landscape to life.

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By: Cornelis Vanderpost(Author), Pete Hancock(Author)
135 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Sandor Books
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