Some Plants Used by the Bushmen in Obtaining Food and Water.

£31.00

This realy is a study in Botany,regarding the vegetation that flourishes in the Kalahari Desert in South-West Africa.The Kalahari is not a sandy desert in the sence that it is devoid of vegitation.It is the absence of surface water which makes the region such a hazzard to human habitation.It is the last refuge of the Bushmen,he thives in these hostile conditions,because he has learned to use all growing plantlife to provide him with the basic food and water.This book describes these plants in detail,and how they are put to use.

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Limp printed card covers,somewhat faded,creased and spine ends chipped.Size 10×6 pp 115 inc,index,references,many b/w illustrations with full suporting text,page maps in prelims.Hinges strong.Stapled binding tight (suggest unread) prelims and end papers a little grubby Othewise nice and clean throughout.

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