Pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde. Stuart, Chris/ Stuart, Tilde 2019-03-06

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pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

A chain of soda lakes runs like an uneven necklace down the floor of the Great Rift Valley. When foraging they follow well-used pathways, and droppings are deposited at regularly used latrine sites - often near water. We have included most of the larger and more conspicuous mammal species. For each species it offers: key identification features; behaviour, diet, breeding biology, occurrence and size; clear, full-colour photographs; track illustrations; silhouettes to indicate size relative to human figure; and, distribution map. For each species it offers: key identification features; behaviour, diet, breeding biology, occurrence and size; clear, full-colour photographs; track illustrations; silhouettes to indicate size relative to human figure; and, distribution map. Example from Mammals of East Africa Pocket Guide, by Chris Stuart and Tilde Stuart: Atilax paludinosus Swahili: Nguchiro cha maji German: Wassermanguste French: Mangouste des marais Identification pointers: A large, stoutly built mongoose with a uniformly dark brown and rather shaggy coat.

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Pocket Guide to Mammals of East Africa by Chris Stuart ยท OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

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It offers clear, full-color photographs, concise text, distribution maps, footprints and size indicators for some 130 animals, making for quick and easy identification. Poaching has resulted in decreasing mammal diversity and populations. This compact guide covers all of the common and some of the less common mammal species of the region. This compact guide covers all of the common and some of the less common mammal species of the region. Compact and easy-to-use, thisis the ideal companion both for regulars and visitors to the region.

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Pocket Guide Mammals Of East Africa by Stuart, Chris and Mathilde

pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

These range in size from the elephant to the tiniest bats, shrews and mice. Outside the conservation areas much of the landscape has been greatly modified by the actions of growing human populations. These range in size from the elephant to the tiniest bats, shrews and mice. When hunting they rely on sight and hearing. Yet the region is comprised not only of this, but of many different habitats, from high mountains to rain forests, great lakes and rivers to coastline, all providing suitable living space for more than 360 species of terrestrial mammal. The mammal species range in size from elephants that may weigh several thousand kilograms, to bats, shrews and mice that tip the scales at little more than a few grams. It is a region not only of great topographical diversity but also of numerous vegetation types.

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Pocket Guide Mammals of East Africa

pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

Compact and easy-to-use, this is the ideal companion both for regulars and visitors to the region. To the east lies the Indian Ocean and to the west are the four great lakes - Edward, Victoria, Tanganyika and Malawi. They are well known authors of numerous books including Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern Africa, Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa and Field Guide to the Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife. Here are the legendary Ruwenzoris, or Mountains of the Moon, and the mighty peaks of Kilimanjaro, Kenya and Elgon. Synopsis This Pocket Guide to Mammals of East Africa rounds up all the mammals you are most likely to see in the region.

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Mammals of East Africa Pocket Guide, by Chris Stuart and Tilde Stuart vorgestellt im Namibiana Buchdepot

pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

Sightings are mainly of solitary animals, although pairs and females with young sometimes seen. Sometimes found several kilometres from water. East Africa comprises a varied range of habitats, which provide living space for more than 360 diverse species of mammal. Politically East Africa consists of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda. Calls: High-pitched bark alarm call is usually the only one heard. Human settlements have increased and existing ones have expanded.

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Mammals of East Africa Pocket Guide, by Chris Stuart and Tilde Stuart vorgestellt im Namibiana Buchdepot

pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

This compact guide covers all of the common and some of the less common mammal species of the region. Dear Subscribers, We apologize for inconvenience caused by our platform downtime We have been experiencing technical difficulties and our technical team is working to restore All the services You can reach us via the Online Chat module to inquire about your order. These vary in size from the massive elephant to the tiniest bats, shrews and mice. Nuria Stores Brief Summary East Africa comprises a range of habitats that provide living space for more than 360 diverse species of mammal. Compact and easy-to-use, this is the ideal companion both for regulars and visitors to the region.

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Chris Stuart: Pocket Guide to Mammals of East Africa (PDF)

pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

Drop: 1-3 cubs, about 120 g, in dense vegetation cover reed beds , rock crevices, or the burrows of other species. The name 'East Africa' conjures up vistas of grassland scattered with umbrella thorn trees, and home to vast herds of hoofed mammals. Mammals of East Africa Pocket Guide, by Chris Stuart and Tilde Stuart. East Africa comprises a range of habitats that provide living spacefor more than 360 diverse species of mammal. Compact and easy-to-use, this is the ideal companion both for regulars and visitors to the region. Similar: Could only be confused with Alexander's cusimanse Crossarchus alexandri , but overlap may occur only in far-western Uganda; sometimes mistaken for otter, but latter is larger, sleeker and variably marked on throat.

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Mammals of East Africa Pocket Guide, by Chris Stuart and Tilde Stuart vorgestellt im Namibiana Buchdepot

pocket guide to mammals of east africa stuart chris stuart mathilde

Will penetrate arid areas along watercourses as long as permanent pools present. They are well known authors of numerous books including Field Guide to the Mammals of Southern Africa, Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa and Field Guide to the Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife. Some individuals may be almost black, or reddish-brown, but from a distance all look blackish and, at close quarters, grizzled. The vegetation map has been greatly simplified but does indicate seven of the most important vegetation types that you will encounter during your East African travels. For other enquire please call +254-729-829-697 Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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