Meerkats

The remarkable collection of photographs in this book provide a rare insight into the fascinating world of meerkats.

Review:

Bursting with gorgeous photographs, this beautiful book provides a rare insight into the fascinating world of meerkats. Outdoor Photography (01/09/09) 'This is a book that anyone interested in wildlife will be tempted to pick up and enjoy.' Biologist (November 2009)
Author:
Nigel Dennis David MacDonald

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Short Description

The remarkable collection of photographs in this book provide a rare insight into the fascinating world of meerkats.

Review:

Bursting with gorgeous photographs, this beautiful book provides a rare insight into the fascinating world of meerkats. Outdoor Photography (01/09/09) 'This is a book that anyone interested in wildlife will be tempted to pick up and enjoy.' Biologist (November 2009)

Long description

The remarkable collection of photographs in this book provide a rare insight into the fascinating world of meerkats. Here these endearing little carnivores appear in their many moods and in a wide variety of daily activities, from grooming one another to taking turns on guard duty, and from catching scorpions and small reptiles to setting forth to do battle with rival mobs. This stunning portfolio is accompanied by an informative and readable text which provides an overview of the meerkats' lifestyle and behaviour, and examines their social make-up and adaptations to a hostile environment.

Product details

Author:
Nigel Dennis, David MacDonald
Format:
Hardcover
Imprint:
A & C Black
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Publishing Group
ISBN:
9781408112120
Audience:
General
Pages:
104
Width (mm):
220
Length (mm):
256
Additional Info:
Nigel Dennis is an award-winning photographer based in South Africa with several books to his credit. He spends most of his time in the bush specialising in the wildlife of Africa's great open spaces. David Macdonald is a world authority on carnivore behaviour and director of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University. He undertook the first major study of meerkats in the Kalahari in the 1980s.

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