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Prologue: strategies of the dung beetle FREE 5 pgs

Chapter 1: Setting the scene FREE 14 pgs

Chapter 2: The Serengeti FREE 15 pgs

Chapter 3: Strategies of the Giraffe keeping the vision £2.50 70 pgs
  As the tallest animal on earth, the giraffe can be up to 6metres (18 feet). The eyes are the largest of any mammal and extremely Click to read more.

Chapter 4: Strategies of the Elephant corporate knowledge £2.50 63 pgs
  This, the largest land animal can weigh up to 6 tonne. Elephants have the ability to survive in a variety of domains and have a female dominated Click to read more.

Chapter 5: Strategies of the Zebra – approaches to threats £2.50 57 pgs
  This non-territorial, gregarious and plentiful equine has evolved and developed a range of strategies to deal with threats from predators. Sharp teeth and hooves enable a ‘fight’ strategy, Click to read more.

Chapter 6: Strategies of the Hippo – being in the right place £1.50 20 pgs
  This huge aquatic mammal is king of the river. Their fat reserves protect them from hypothermia and give a specific gravity which enables them to Click to read more.

Chapter 7: Strategies of the Cheetah – getting there first £1.50 27 pgs
  As the fastest land animal (up to 120kph, 75mph) the cheetah specialises in getting to the market first. With initial acceleration of Click to read more.

Chapter 8: Strategies of the Warthog – protecting vulnerabilities £1.50 17 pgs
  The abundance of this aesthetically challenged hog is a tribute to the success of their strategies. Despite being the visual comedian of the Serengeti, their sharp tusks are a Click to read more.

Chapter 9: Strategies of the Lion – co-ordinating resources £1.50 19 pgs
  With a powerful build and a fearsome dental armoury the lion is top of the Serengeti land food chain. They spend up to 20 hours a day resting and tend to hunt Click to read more.

Chapter 10: Strategies of the Rhinoceros – keep on going £1.50 17 pgs
  This bad tempered armoured giant is thought to have been on the earth for over 60 million years. In that time, they appear to have changed Click to read more.

Chapter 11: Strategies of the Wildebeest – safety in numbers £1.50 14 pgs
  The wildebeest is a non-aggressive member of the antelope family who eats over 4kg of grass each day. Moving in superherds, Click to read more.

Chapter 12: Strategies of the Hyena – benefiting from others £1.50 14 pgs
  The much maligned hyena has immense jaw strength – 3 times stronger than the lion – but weak hindquarters which make them comparatively slow. Combined with their highly acidic and efficient stomachs, the jaws Click to read more.

Chapter 13: Strategies of the Crocodile – stealth and ambush £1.50 19 pgs
  Of the 23 species of crocodile, only 1 is found in the Serengeti – the fearsome Nile crocodile. This supreme predator, unchanged for possibly millions of years, has thick armour-plated Click to read more.

Chapter 14: Strategies of the Ostrich – looking big £1.50 15 pgs
  The ostrich is the largest bird on the planet up to 9 foot high and 6 foot from wing tip to wing tip. Ostrich strategies often Click to read more.

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