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About the author:
Justin Fox is a travel writer, novelist and editor based in Cape Town. He was a Rhodes Scholar and received a doctorate in English from Oxford University after which he became a research fellow at the University of Cape Town, where he now teaches part time. His articles and photographs have appeared internationally in a number of publications and on a wide range of topics, while his short stories and poems have appeared in various anthologies. He is a two-time Mondi journalism award winner (1999 and 2004). His recent books include The Marginal Safari (Umuzi, 2010), nominated for the 2011 Alan Paton Award for non-fiction and the 2012 Olive Schreiner Prize for Literature, and a not-so-swashbuckling pirate novel, Whoever Fears the Sea (Umuzi, 2014), longlisted for the Etisalat Prize for Literature.


One Man's Obsessive Search for Africa's Most Elusive Leopard

Authored by Justin Fox

People have driven Cape Leopards to the brink of extinction. Can we bring them back?

The majestic Cederberg mountains in the Western Cape region of South Africa are home to the elusive Cape Mountain Leopard. But for how long? The population has been decimated over centuries by human enemies and the survival of these glorious and mysterious cats is in jeopardy. Thanks to zoologist Quinton Martins and his Cape Leopard Trust, there may just be hope that the species will survive and continue to reign over its rocky habitat.

Publication Date:
1944354212 / 9781944354213
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Nature / Endangered Species

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