Along the Luangwa: A Story of an African Floodplain (The Nature Conservancy)

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9781568997810: Along the Luangwa: A Story of an African Floodplain (The Nature Conservancy)

In the silver moonlight fifty Nile crocodile babies hatch in the Luangwa River Valley of Zambia, Africa. Their mother must protect them from hungry predators as she carries them to a nursery pool. Then, when a drought strikes the valley, the crocodile family must move on to the shores of the Luangwa River.

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Soundprints, in association with The Nature Conservancy, invites readers to discover the world and its inhabitants. Soundprints' habitat stories are authenticated by experts at The Nature Conservancy for an accurate portrayal of these unique habitats and animals. Each book includes a lush, pictorial glossary that opens to a 4-page panoramic gatefold of the habitat. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book benefits The Nature Conservancy.

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Schulyer Bull has written Through Tsavo for Soundprints. She is currently attending law school at Boston College.

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