READ ☆ AND-REY.US Æ Luke HunterOst have never been the focus of dedicated scientific research This *book covers all 10 species Inevitably the bias is towards the large *well studied cats but includes all that is known *covers all 10 species Inevitably the bias is towards the large *well studied cats but includes all that is known the smaller *studied cats but it includes all that is about the smaller including observations and data from their Asian range or from captivity to fill in some gaps Chapters deal with evolution and anatomy predation social systems reproduction and survival competition and conflict and conservation and include the most current research findings from around the continent Supported by a wealth of dramatic and beautiful images this is a comprehensi. There is nowhere on EARTH LIKE AFRICA FOR OBSERVING WILD like Africa for observing wild A week spent in *The Superb National Parks And *superb national parks and reserves produces almost guaranteed sightings of the three most spectacular and sought after species lions cheetahs and leopards Yet alongside the
big three Africa is home to a further seven species of cat far less conspicuous than their largerthree Africa is home to a further seven species of cat far less conspicuous than their larger Of these the caracal serval and African wildcat are marginally better known while few people have seen the remaining four the black footed cat African golden cat jungle cat and sand cat Rarely observed and little nderstood ,
Ve overview of the cat family "IN AFRICA FROM THE FAMOUS AND "Africa from the famous and African parks with their celebrated safari friendly felids to the few remaining places on the continent Saints and Misfits uninhabited by people where a wild cat may spend its entire life without feeling the effects of the human presence Unfortunately suchntrammelled freedom is rare The challenges facing *cats in Africa are profound Only one the biuitous domestic cat does not reuire dedicated conservation activity to *in Africa are profound Only one the biuitous domestic cat does not reuire dedicated conservation activity to its survival for the next century More than at any time in history the fate *its survival for the next century More than at any time in history the fate Africa's wild cats is in our hand. .