Historical incidence of the larger land mammals in the broader Eastern Cape

by C. J. Skead

Publisher: Centre for African Conservation Ecology, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Written in English
Published: Pages: 570 Downloads: 866
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  • Mammals -- South Africa -- Eastern Cape -- History

Edition Notes

StatementC.J. Skead.
ContributionsBoshoff, André., Kerley, G. I. H. 1956-, Lloyd, Peter.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL731 .S6S5 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 570 p. :
Number of Pages570
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24078936M
ISBN 10192017608X
ISBN 109781920176082
LC Control Number2009521222

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  Biological Conservation 31 () 7 19 History, Current Status and Conservation of Large Mammalian Predators in Cape Province, Republic of South Africa C. T. Stuart, I. A. W. Macdonald* & M. G. L. Mills** Albany Museum, Somerset Street, Grahamstown , Republic of South Africa ABSTRACT The status and distribution ojthe six large mammalian carnivore species known to occur in the Cape . The origins of the taxon Afrotheria is deeply rooted in the African continent. The best known of these is the aardvark and the African bush members of the Afrotheria have remained in Africa. The African bush elephant is the only proboscidean in South Africa, and the largest native animal. It is an ecosystem engineer, opening up dense thicket and woodland for more open-habitat. Boers from Cape Colony in South Africa between and the early s, in rebellion against the policies of the British government and in search of fresh pasturelands. The Great Trek is regarded by Afrikaners as a central event of their 19th-century history and the origin of their nationhood. The mammals of the north-eastern Cape Province (Memoirs van die Nasionale Museum Bloemfontein) Historical Mammal Incidence in the Cape Province Volume 1 Western and Northern Cape Good. These are extremely large and heavy books so extra shipping will be required. Please order the book after which we will assess the shipping cost and let.

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