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  1. Amphibians of Central and Southern Africa

    Amphibians of Central and Southern Africa

    Amphibians of Central and Southern Africa is the first comprehensive guide to the frogs, toads, and caecilians of the ten sub-equatorial African countries – Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The result is at once a valuable reference tool, a field guide and a source of ideas for future research. Key features of this book include • detailed accounts for 205 species of frogs and toads (and 2 species of caecilians) accompanied by colour illustrations, distribution maps, details of breeding and tadpole behaviour, and call descriptions • illustrations and tadpole identification keys for each genus • special sections for some species with topics such as “skin toxins” • an overview of fossil frogs, a discussion of humankind and frogs in Africa, and a bibliography of African frog biology.
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  2. Hunters of the dunes

    Hunters of the dunes

    The renowned zoologist Fritz Eloff became interested in the Kalahari lion in 1958 when he first heard a lion roaring from the red dunes surrounding the camp. So impressive was the earth-trembling sound that he decided to devote his studies to these predators. This meant that he also had to become familiar with the Kalahari, its dust, its intense heat during the day and freezing cold nights, its vegetation, all the mammals and birds that form part of the lion’s food chain as well as the other predators the lion has to compete with. This book is the result of 40 years of extensive research and numerous exciting adventures.
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