Serengeti Shall Not Die.

The authors jouney to the Serengeti reserve in Tanganyika to examine the threat that is hanging over the very many species of wild-life who’s habitat is very swiftly being erroded away by the needs for more intensive farming pressures.The Serengeti is supposed to be a reserve where no wild animals can be killed,but there is insufficient money to police it properly,and the demand for the land for agricultural purposes is steadily increasing eyerywhere in Africa.

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H/b in nice clean Zebra-patterned boards,but no d.w.Size 9×6 pp 344,inc,index,sketches in text,page map, fully illustrated with many b/w plates and some in colour,with portraite of one of the authors,Coloured maps of the Serengeti National Park to both front and back p/d & e/p’s.Hinges strong,Binding good internaly nice and clean throughout,some light foxing to outer edges visible only when closed.No staining or browning,in general a nice clean copy.

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