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Lions (Worldlife Library) Paperback – 15 Jun 2005

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Lions are the most social and best-studied of the large cats and mankind has regarded these great predators with awe for thousands of years. However, despite their strength and today's conservation efforts, lions are in decline throughout their ranges, for they do not mix well with the many human activities which threaten their livelihood. Brian Bertram's first-hand observations from his studies in the wild bring us directly into the lion's pride, the core of lion society. Here we experience their daily life: the rearing of the young, the experience of a hunt and we learn something of the harshness of their existence. This is an enlightening account of the co-operative lifestyle of the 'King of the Beasts'.

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