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Southern African Mammals Made Simple

Southern African Mammals Made Simple enables users to distinguish between commonly confused mammals by applying the breakthrough methodology that made Southern African LBJs Made Simple so hugely popular.

The simple three-step system allows for quick and certain identification of mammals in the field. For each species featured, the book gives:range maps; full-colour illustrations and photographs; key identification pointers, and concise text describing height, weight, habits and habitat.

All of southern Africa’s most common and distinctive mammals are included, but the particular value of this book lies in separating the more challenging species, such as antelope, mongooses, genets, primates and many more. It will appeal to both local and foreign visitors to our game parks.

Southern African Mammals Made Simple is also available in eBook PDF format for those with tablets and readers.

» Author: Doug Newman; Gordon King
» Title: Southern African Mammals Made Simple
» ISBN: 9781920572389
» Format: Softcover AND eBook PDF
» Release Date: December 2013
» Imprint: Nature
» Pages: 108

Paper version available from:

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Kalahari Link

eBook version available from:
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Barnes & Noble Link
Kalahari Link

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