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Trekking in the Congo Rainforest

Series: Travelling Wild Volume: 1
By: Alex Woolf
32 pages, colour photos
Trekking in the Congo Rainforest
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  • Trekking in the Congo Rainforest ISBN: 9780750283236 Paperback Jun 2014 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Follow a traveller's journey through the African rainforest and learn about the unusual animals and plants, peoples, landscape, climate and industry. Find out how to survive on your journey when you meet poisonous insects, venomous snakes and learn how to build a shelter and makeshift campfire!



Age Level: Junior scientist

Contents

- The Congo Rainforest
- Arrival
- Gorilla Tracking
- Watching the Forest
- Elephants
- The Salines
- Net Hunting
- Bird Watching
- Collecting Plants and Honey
- Monkey Walk
- Threats to the Forest
- Music and Dance of the BaAka
- Going Home

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Biography

Alex Woolf is an experienced author of non-fiction titles and specialises in geography and history titles.

Series: Travelling Wild Volume: 1
By: Alex Woolf
32 pages, colour photos
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