Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa

Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa Of the than mammals species worldwide at least occur in Africa Stuarts Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa a classic and widely acclaimed work concentrates on the visible and easi

  • Title: Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa
  • Author: Chris Stuart Tilde Stuart
  • ISBN: 9781770073937
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Of the than 5,500 mammals species worldwide, at least 1,200 occur in Africa Stuarts Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa a classic and widely acclaimed work concentrates on the visible and easily distinguished larger species, as well as some of the frequently seen smaller mammals This new edition has been extensively revised, expanded and redesOf the than 5,500 mammals species worldwide, at least 1,200 occur in Africa Stuarts Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa a classic and widely acclaimed work concentrates on the visible and easily distinguished larger species, as well as some of the frequently seen smaller mammals This new edition has been extensively revised, expanded and redesigned and includes the most recent research and taxonomy revised distribution maps and many new images colour coded grouping of orders size icons detailed descriptions of each species, offering insight into key identification characters, typical behaviour, preferred habitat, food choice, reproduction and longevity whales and dolphins now featured too.

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    1. Note: This review pertains to the most recent Revised Edition (2006/2007) of the Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa, but we will explain some of the changes between this and the first printing (1997).The Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa, by wife and husband team Tilde and Chris Stuart, might be the perfect balance of depth and breadth for amateur wildlife watchers seeking insight into the behavior, habitat, and daily life of more than 200 species. Its size bridges the gap bet [...]

    2. The Field Guide has on the left page a map (left top) were the animal or animals live. A foot print may or may not be below the map. There is also on some pages drawings of how some animals horn growth look like as they age (these drawings will mostly be at the bottom of the left page) A description of the animal, and saying what habitat or habitats they live in, a drawing to compare to how big they are to a human (all this in a square box in the center). Below this are the species or subspecies [...]

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