Wild Life in South Africa – J. Stevenson-Hamilton


Condition: Good. DJ shows wear on edges and a little paper loss on spine. Book itself solid and neat.
Format: Hardcover with DJ
Published: 1957 (Cassell)
Pages: 364

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Wild Life in South Africa – J. Stevenson-Hamilton

” A book from Colonel J. Stevenson-Hamilton, formerly warden of the Kruger National Park, is bound to be of interest and importance, and Wild Life In South Africa is not merely of absorbing interest in its account of the life histories of most South African mammals, birds and reptiles, but of great value as a book of reference for the comparative study of animal behaviour. It is largely a study of the behaviour of the animals in the Kruger National Park, and is throughout influenced by their attitude towards man in an area where they are not shot at or persecuted in any way. Their progressive indifference to the presence of man and motor-cars, and its result in turning fear to what might almost be termed arrogance at times, should warn those who are apt to assume that indifference removes all chance of danger by attack.” –Country Life


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