Hunter and habitat in the Central Kalahari Desert.


The Central Kalahari Game Reserve in Botswana is a sand desert covered with scrub and thorn forest,dry and bitterly cold in winter and extremely hot in summer before the short wet season.The author explains how the G/wi exist in the desert by adapting their patterns of living to match the low-density subsistence permitted by the habitat.The book provides a thorough analysis of G/wi society,describing their social,political,and economic organisation.A very interesting book.

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Limp pictorial card covers,front corners creased and somewhat bruised,a little on the grubby side.Size 9×6 pp 20+330,inc,index,bibliography,photographic plates in text,diagrams in text,various lists,and tables,some full plates,page maps.A school library copy,but with only one stamp and serial number to tittle page.Some inked-out markings on the inside front cover.Hinges strong,Binding weak in only one place all the rest firm.Internaly clean throughout. A g-v/g clean copy.


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