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Behavioral Ecology and Conservation Biology

Tim Caro - Science - 1998 - 608 pages
In just the last few years, behavioral ecologists have begun to address issues in conservation biology. This volume is the first attempt to link these disciplines formally ...
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Conservation by Proxy: Indicator, Umbrella, Keystone, Flagship, and Other ...

Tim Caro - Nature - 2010 - 400 pages
The vast scope of conservation problems has forced biologists and managers to rely on "surrogate" species to serve as shortcuts to guide their decision making. These species ...
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Zebra Stripes

Tim Caro - Science - 2016 - 320 pages
From eminent biologists like Alfred Russel Wallace and Charles Darwin to famous authors such as Rudyard Kipling in his Just So Stories, many people have asked, “Why do zebras ...
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The Serengeti Lion: A Study of Predator-Prey Relations

George B. Schaller - Nature - 2009 - 504 pages
Based on three years of study in the Serengeti National Park, George B. Schaller’s The Serengeti Lion describes the vast impact of the lion and other predators on the vast ...
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Cats of Africa: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation

Luke Hunter, Gerald Hinde - Nature - 2006 - 175 pages
With photographer Gerald Hinde's stunning, crisp, graphic images, Luke Hunter presents a comprehensive overview of the entire cat family in Africa -- the only place on Earth ...
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Wild Cats of the World

Mel Sunquist, Fiona Sunquist - Nature - 2002 - 452 pages
A detailed volume on thirty-six species of cats from around the world, from the two-pound black-footed cat to the 500-pound tiger, draws on a wide range of sources and provides ...
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East African Mammals: An Atlas of Evolution in Africa, Volume 3, Part A ...

Jonathan Kingdon - Nature - 1988 - 491 pages
Detailed anatomical illustrations accompany information on the appearance, habits, geographical distribution, and evolutionary changes of the smaller mammals of Kenya, Uganda ...
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The Lions of Tsavo: Exploring the Legacy of Africa's Notorious Man-Eaters

Bruce Patterson - History - 2004 - 231 pages
Through field research and forensic evidence, a scientist reveals his theory on why two Kenyan lions killed humans and then ate their prey.
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