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  • Otter Countryby Miriam Darlington

    Granta Publications 2012; US$ 13.32

    Over the course of a year, Miriam Darlington travelled around Britain in search of wild otters; from her home in Devon to the wilds of Scotland; to a sanctuary in Suffolk credited with saving British otters from extinction; to Cumbria, Wales, Northumberland, Cornwall, Somerset and the River Lea; to her childhood home near the Ouse, site of Virginia... more...

  • The Natural Superiority of Mulesby John Hauer; Sue Cole

    Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 29.99

    Mules are hybridsprogenies of male donkeys (jacks) and female horses (mares). Baby mules are a bit more precocious than other equines, and the mature mule is one of the most fascinating, yet often unappreciated, creatures in the world. In the revised and expanded second edition of The Natural Superiority of Mules , ranch owner and operator John... more...

  • Badgerlandsby Patrick Barkham

    Granta Publications 2013; US$ 13.32

    Britain is the home of the badger - there are more badgers per square kilometre in this country than in any other. And yet many of us have never seen one alive and in the wild. They are nocturnal creatures who vanish into their labyrinthine underground setts at the first hint of a human. Here, Patrick Barkham follows in the footsteps of his badger-loving... more...

  • Village Horse Doctorby Ben K. Green

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2013; US$ 27.00

    In the inimitable yarn-spinning fashion of Horse Tradin? and Wild Cow Tales , Ben K. (Doc) Green now takes us back with him to the deep Southwest and the never-a-dull-moment years he spent as practicing horse doctor?working out of Fort Stockton, Texas?along the Pecos and the Rio Grande, in one of the last big ?horse countries? of North America.... more...

  • Southern African Mammals Made Simpleby Doug Newman; Gordon King

    Penguin Random House South Africa 2013; US$ 12.00

    Southern African mammals made simple enables users to distinguish between commonly confused mammals by applying the breakthrough methodology that made Southern African LBJs made simple so hugely popular. more...

  • Horses in Australiaby Nicolas Brasch

    NewSouth 2014; US$ 29.99

    This beautifully illustrated book celebrates the horse in Australia past and present. From Cobb & Co to Black Caviar, from the Walers of World War I to The Man from Snowy River, it showcases our best historical and contemporary images.The horse has been an integral part of Australian history since the First Fleet brought the first horse to our shores.... more...

  • Horsewatchingby Desmond Morris

    Random House 2015; US$ 16.91

    How intelligent are horses? Why do they toss their heads and what makes them paw the ground? After spending more than twenty years studying the body language of the human species, Desmond Morris has turned his attention to the behavior of some of our closest animal companions. First he looked at dogs, then cats, and now horses. As Curator of Mammals... more...

  • The Intimate Apeby Shawn Thompson

    Kensington 2010; US$ 13.00

    Kusasi is a three-hundred-pound male who could rip your arms and legs off like daisy petals if he wanted. Princess was taught sign language by a researcher and had a limited ability to combine vocabulary. . .. For centuries the shaggy red orangutan lived in peaceful seclusion in the jungles of Southeast Asia and kept the ancient secrets about its... more...