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The African Baobab

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By: Rupert Watson(Author)
208 pages, 60 colour photos
The African Baobab
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  • The African Baobab ISBN: 9781775848691 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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The African Baobab is a revised and expanded edition of a book originally published in 2007. In this absorbing and inspired account of one of the continent's oldest botanical wonders, Rupert Watson explores the life and times of the majestic baobab, an ancient tree that has outlasted every plant and animal around it. The narrative effortlessly blends natural history and personal observation, while also drawing on extracts from the journals of early explorers. There are intriguing accounts of the baobab's eccentric growth and reproductive habits, its present-day distribution, and its wide impact on everyday African life. Watson also takes a close look at the relationship between humans and baobabs, and the tree's myriad uses over the ages, from shelters to medicinal and spiritual applications.

This new edition is aimed at nature lovers, environmentalists, botanical enthusiasts, travellers and anyone intrigued by the wonders of plants and the natural world.

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After qualifying in the United Kingdom as a lawyer, Rupert Watson moved to Kenya, where he has lived and worked for the past 45 years. A passionate writer, he has written on natural history and travel for a wide range of publications including New Scientist, The Independent and The Times. Early 2020 saw the publication of his book Peacocks & Picathartes: Reflections on Africa's Birdlife, with Struik Nature. He maintains an active interest in conservation and is Chair of the East African Natural History Society.

New Edition
By: Rupert Watson(Author)
208 pages, 60 colour photos
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