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The Very Best of African Wildlife

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By: Gerald Hinde(Author)
128 pages, 140 colour photos
The Very Best of African Wildlife
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Think of Africa and one immediately thinks of its wild animals, birdlife and even its unusual and colourful insects. The continent's rich and incredibly varied wildlife draws visitors from around the world, and this book brings together the best Africa has to offer. An extensive overview of African wildlife in stunning images.

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Art / Photobook
By: Gerald Hinde(Author)
128 pages, 140 colour photos
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