Beat About the Bush: Mammals and Birds
More comprehensive than a field guide yet more accessible than an academic text, this completely revised and fully updated favorite reference answers fundamental questions about mammals and birds in the African bush such as How does an elephant's trunk work? Is the cheetah really the fastest animal? and Why do some bird species sit on animals? Ideal for anyone who has ever wanted to know why animals walk in line, how they see at night, or why they have the coloring they do, Beat about the Bush is the most comprehensive bush and field companion available. Photographs, charts, and tables accompany the question-and-answer format, making this all-in-one guide user-friendly for both wildlife enthusiasts and professionals.
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