Giants of the Desert The Elephants of the Namib and the World They Live in Fritz C. Eloff Bridge Books

Giants of the Desert The Elephants of the Namib and the World They Live in Fritz C. Eloff

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Book Title
Giants of the Desert The Elephants of the Namib and the World They Live in Fritz C. Eloff
Author
Bridge Books
ISBN
9781869193904
The Kaokoveld, one of the world's most forbidding wastes, is host to an assortment of animals that have found ways of surviving in this hostile environment. Here giraffes go entirely without water, and rhinos climb towering mountains in search of that scarce resource. Most unforgettable of all must be the elephants of the Namib. Witnessing these giants cross bare sand dunes is a once-in-a-lifetime sight, and Prof. Fritz Eloff writes evocatively of their habits and environment. Giants of the Desert is a fascinating introduction to this harsh world and its denizens, vividly brought to life in both images and words. Publisher: Protea Book House Published date: 2010 Page count: 149 Dimensions: Height:25.00 cmThickness:1.50 cmWeight:500g
The Kaokoveld, one of the world's most forbidding wastes, is host to an assortment of animals that have found ways of surviving in this hostile environment. Here giraffes go entirely without water, and rhinos climb towering mountains in search of that scarce resource. Most unforgettable of all must be the elephants of the Namib. Witnessing these giants cross bare sand dunes is a once-in-a-lifetime sight, and Prof. Fritz Eloff writes evocatively of their habits and environment. Giants of the Desert is a fascinating introduction to this harsh world and its denizens, vividly brought to life in both images and words.
Publisher: Protea Book House
Published date: 2010
Page count: 149
Dimensions: Height:25.00 cm
Thickness:1.50 cm
Weight:500g
The Kaokoveld, one of the world's most forbidding wastes, is host to an assortment of animals that have found ways of surviving in this hostile environment. Here giraffes go entirely without water, and rhinos climb towering mountains in search of that scarce resource. Most unforgettable of all must be the elephants of the Namib. Witnessing these giants cross bare sand dunes is a once-in-a-lifetime sight, and Prof. Fritz Eloff writes evocatively of their habits and environment. Giants of the Desert is a fascinating introduction to this harsh world and its denizens, vividly brought to life in both images and words.
Publisher: Protea Book House
Published date: 2010
Page count: 149
Dimensions: Height:25.00 cm
Thickness:1.50 cm
Weight:500g