This top-selling series introduces the wild creatures of the world and examines the natural world. Good general introductions for ages 10+, these volumes contain the knowledge, personal experiences, and research of leading naturalists and scientists, accompanied by stunning photography. Unless otherwise noted (*), all volumes are sturdy paperback.
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With its authoritative information based on world-recognized research, plus spectacular color photography and range maps, Lions helps readers of all ages discover fascinating facts about this phenomenal animal. This book is a wonderful introduction to the remarkably adaptable lion and its characteristics, its uniquely social nature and structure. Lions also covers research studies in the wild and the great conservation efforts being made on behalf of the Asiatic subspecies of lion.About the Author:
Brian Bertram is a freelance zoological advisor, acting principally for the Bristol Zoo Gardens, England, as Special Projects Coordinator, where he is responsible for a variety of new development projects. He was Curator of Mammals at the Zoological Society of London, where he was responsible for all the big cats--along with 150 other species of mammals--as well as the Aquarium and Invertebrates. He spent four years studying lions and leopards in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.
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Book Description Voyageur Press, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110896583996