Serengeti: A Kingdom of Predators

Schaller, George, B.

1972

Reviews

'Records the lives of lives of the carnivores, with color photos'

Bechky

Book ID 235

See also

Schaller, George, B. Serengeti: A Kingdom of Predators, 1972
Page Number: 02
Extract Date: 1907

Sea of Grass

"And all this a sea of grass, grass, grass, grass and grass. One looks around and sees only grass and sky", exulted Fritz Jaeger; who in 1907 was one of the first Europeans to visit the area.

Extract ID: 4245

See also

Schaller, George, B. Serengeti: A Kingdom of Predators, 1972
Page Number: 11
Extract Date: 1913

Abundance

. . . And the view described by Stewart White in 1913 in what is now the northern part of the park still exists today: "Never have I seen anything like that game. It covered every hill, standing in the openings, strolling in and out among groves, feeding on the bottom lands, singly, or in little groups. It did not matter in which direction I looked, there it was; as abundant one place as another"

Extract ID: 4246
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