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By: Neil Aldridge
156 pages, 140+ colour photos
Underdogs: The Fight To Save South Africa's Wild Dogs celebrates what is special about the African wild dog and looks at what makes it Africa's most efficient carnivore. With journalistic candour, "Underdogs" also explores the reasons behind the decline of the African wild dog and champions the efforts being made to secure its future in South Africa and beyond.
Acute senses, a lightweight body, unrivalled stamina and power in numbers may make the wild dog one of Africa's most successful hunters but these remarkable characteristics saw the species fare badly with the arrival of big game hunters in Africa in the late 1800s. This charismatic carnivore has been an underdog in its fight to find its place in a developing continent ever since. With a donation from each sale going towards wild dog conservation, "Underdogs" aims to make a real difference to the future of this endangered species.
A great addition
by Amy, Zoo Curator in the United States (25/01/2012)
This beautifully photographed and written book is a welcome addition to the current wild dog literature whether you are a wildlife lover, conservationist, biologist, zoo keeper, curator or a dog lover.
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Born in the UK and raised in Southern Africa, Neil Aldridge is a professional conservation photojournalist and wildlife guide. His photography of conservation issues not only showcases controversial and endangered wildlife but, as importantly, it explores man's relationship with these creatures and their environments. His work has been published and exhibited all over the world and has featured in the winning portfolios of the coveted international Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and the British Wildlife Photography Awards.
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