Etosha. Life and death on an African Plain.


As the world’s savannas gradually shrink before man’s onslaught and our natural wild life is increasingly threatened,Etosha-the 2.4 million hectare reserve in northwestern Namibia-is still undisturbed in parts,and remains a reminder of the old Africa;an Africa where life and death were governed only by Nature’s forces;a world where the seasons’cycles still form a backdrop against wich the predatores and their prey play out their predestined roles.It is in this world that the author and his wife spent three years,photographing the animals whose lives and deaths they chronicled,and which are the subjects of this book.

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H/b in v/g clean boards,also in a v/g clean pictorial d/w with faded spine.Large format 11×9 pp 160,packed from cover to cover with quarter,half and full-page beautiful illustrations in full colour.supported with descriptive text.This book is completely dedicated to the fauna and flora of the area and the human element is not included.Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean and bright.However ther are two small, what appears to be dents,They seem to originate from page 15 where the pages are broken through,about 25mm apart,nothing serious,but what a shame.


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