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By: Dan Freeman(Author), Tony Soper(Foreword By)
224 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
The author takes readers on his journeys to find wildlife around the world. As a professional zoologist, his career has taken him to six of the world's seven continents for research, photography, tourism or film-making.
Complemented with line drawings by Robin Prytherch, this is a powerful and evocative collection of stories, the result of 45 years engaging with animals and people on six continents. Dan has observed his subjects with a naturalist's passion for detail, resulting in a book that is engaging, informative and highly revealing.
"In this entertaining book, which is as much about people and places as it is about wildlife, you'll read of hair-raising encounters with giant crabs, lions and killer bees. But rest assured, with Dan Freeman you are travelling with the best of guides."
- Extract from Foreword by Tony Soper
- Bonding with spiders
- Grasswrens from the north
- Reef encounter
- Point Torment
- A safari to remember
- Isobel Bennett
- A Christmas camel
- Tony and the last tortoise
- Mangroves and man-eaters
- The Italian job
- Red-bellied piranhas
- James and the giant oak
- To and from the Puszta
- Nzou of the buffaloes
- The lions of Selinda
- In the land of the dragon
- Mr Blackbird
- Sugar Mike Mike
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