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Mammals of Qatar

By: Frances Gillespie(Author)
32 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Mammals of Qatar
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  • Mammals of Qatar ISBN: 9789992194829 Hardback Nov 2013 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The Qatar Nature Explorer series offers a unique insight into Qatar's natural history and wildlife, and is an essential resource for schools and parents.

Why do desert foxes have enormous ears? How fast can a hare run? How do bats catch insects? Which mammals can kill snakes?

From tiny rodents to wandering camels, shy little sand cats to elegant gazelles, Mammals of Qatar introduces the reader to the rich natural history of the country's sandy areas, rocky hills and flat stony plains. With interesting information about the variety, life-cycles and habits of the mammals that inhabit these areas, this book is fun, easy-to-read and informative.

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Frances Gillespie is a British writer and journalist, resident in Qatar for over 25 years. Her bestselling book, Discovering Qatar, was published in 2006, reprinted in 2008, and has sold over 8000 copies. She also co-authored Common Birds of Qatar (2010).

By: Frances Gillespie(Author)
32 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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