Face to Face With Cheetahs

Johns, Chris (Book - 2008)
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Face to Face With Cheetahs

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Chris Johns, Editor-in-Chief of National Geographic magazine, brings you face to face with a family of cheetahs. The story begins in Okavango Delta in Botswana--as the cheetah mother hunts her prey and the photographer tracks the elusive cat. After watching the family for four months, he is rewarded when a cheetah cub comes up and actually licks his hand--one of the most profound moments of his life. But the encounter brings a responsibility: to help save these endangered creatures and protect their habitat from one of their biggest threats, man. As Africa's most endangered cat, the cheetah is in a race for survival. But the book gives us hope, too, detailing practical ways we can all help to protect them and ensure they have a future in the wild. Stunning photographs, action-packed stories, and thorough research complete the picture of these cagey cats.
Authors: Johns, Chris
Title: Face to face with cheetahs
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, 2008.
Characteristics: p. cm.
Local Note: 15 112 118 172 182 198 203 226
Additional Contributors: Carney, Elizabeth 1981-
ISBN: 9781426303234
Statement of Responsibility: by Chris Johns with Elizabeth Carney
Subject Headings: Cheetah Africa. Cheetah Africa Pictorial works.
Topical Term: Cheetah
LCCN: 2007041220
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