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The Arabian Leopards of Oman

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By: Andrew Spalton(Author), Hadi Musallam Al Hikmani(Author), Khalid Mohammed Al HIkmani(Contributor), David W Willis(Illustrator), Vicky White(Illustrator), Khalid Bin Hilal Bin Saud Al Busaidi(Foreword By)
160 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, 4 colour maps
The Arabian Leopards of Oman
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This illustrated volume brings together scientific data and camera trap photography to capture the secret life of the wild animals of the remote and inaccessible Dhofar Mountains Chain. It tells the story of Oman's vital conservation work that hopes to bring the unique and elusive creature back from the brink. Of enduring interest to scientist, conservationist, nature-lover and traveller alike, this is a rare record of one of the world's most elusive and endangered big cats and its exceptional habitat.

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Art / Photobook
By: Andrew Spalton(Author), Hadi Musallam Al Hikmani(Author), Khalid Mohammed Al HIkmani(Contributor), David W Willis(Illustrator), Vicky White(Illustrator), Khalid Bin Hilal Bin Saud Al Busaidi(Foreword By)
160 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, 4 colour maps
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