Safari, A Photicular Book, captures animals in motion and enables you see them as if you were in front of them for real.
This book written by Carol Kaufmann journalist, editor and freelance writer, including articles for National Geographic Magazine, and created by Dan Kainen, provides a window into the wild life of Kenya and Tanzania.
A 12 page introduction offers a touching insight into what is like to go on a safari.
Feel wonder at seeing the cheetah streaking across the grassland, a fierce-looking silverback gorilla chewing plants, or a young zebra trotting across the savannah.
For each animal featured here: the cheetah, the lion, the gorilla, the rhinoceros, the zebra, the elephant, the gazelle and the giraffe you will enjoy a page dedicated to its profile describing its behaviour and lifestyle, the other features the photicular with additional data like size, speed, diet, life span, etc.
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