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From Library Journal
Serengeti National Park covers an area the size of Connecticut across the wilds of East Africa. Within its boundaries, millions of animals live and die, as they have for thousands of years. Consisting of about 300 photographs, this book presents one year on the African plain. Iwago's photographs capture the essence of a sometimes brutal, sometimes idyllic, always fascinating life. It is hard to believe that many of the species shown in this vital book face extinction as humans crowd ever closer. For libraries wishing to supplement their African wildlife collection, this book is an excellent choice. Randy Dykhuis, Grace A. Dow Memorial Lib., Midland, Mich.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Text: English, Japanese (translation)