Natural Diversity of the Cape Peninsula

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Unknown Publisher, Jan 1, 2001 - Biodiversity - 136 pages
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This collection of photographs of the Cape Peninsula - the little finger of land extending south from Table Mountain to the Cape of Good Hope at Africa's southwestern tip - lends eyes to inhabitants and visitors alike. Each chapter explores one of seven different types of habitat that co-exist in this small area, including the diverse mountain fynbos for which the Cape is justly famous.

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lowland fynbos
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mountain fynbos
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