The Mammoth Book of Predators

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Little, Brown Book Group, Sep 1, 2011 - Nature - 512 pages
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Don't go into the woods today. . .

If you're on a cruise, tramping through a forest or holidaying in an exotic location, you are constantly being watched - somewhere close by a creature is lurking, stalking and eyeing your every move. The variety and range of these potential predators is truly astonishing, from Asiatic wolves to rogue elephants, fire ants to sharks, snakes, crocodiles and grizzlies. In this definitive anthology survivors recall their terrifying ordeals, while hunters and other witnesses describe the final bloody moments of victims and their killers.


The British climber alone in the mountain wilderness pursued for days by a vengeful bear

The African traveller's unhappy encounter with a crocodile

A member of the Royal Family's gory meeting with a shark in the Caribbean

A tiger breaking out of the jungle to grab a woman from her village

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About the author (2011)

Alex MacCormick a publishers' editor and painter. Alex MacCormick a publishers' editor and painter, is author of the updated edition of Shark Attacks, also published by Robinson.

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