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The Man-Eaters of Tsavo (Peter Capstick Library Series) Hardcover – 31 Dec 1986
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Tells the story of two man-eating lions who terrorized East Africa and brought to a halt the construction of a new railway line.
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The classic man-eating story of the lions that halted construction of a railway line an reportedly killed one hundred people, told by the man who risked his life to successfully shoot them. Considered one of the greatest man-eating sagas of all time, this book is the firsthand account of the infamous Tsavo lions. Written by the legendary officer who shot these lions and risked death several times in the attempt, this is not only the story of this breathtaking hunt, but of Lieutenant-Colonel Patterson's other adventures in the African bush.See all Product description
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But the second half of this book of African tales is all about big game hunting for 'sport' and 'play' - as the author calls it. I don't get this concept (in those times or nowadays) and, despite attempts to claim natural history advancement it left me feeling sad and sorry for having bought the book.
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