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Amazon Wildlife

RRP $12.99

Familiar species, common plants, and natural phenomena are introduced in these beautifully illustrated guides to nature and the outdoors. Printed on the same heavy-duty waterproof stock as the titles in the popular Duraguide™ series, these Waterproof Pocket Guides are highly durable for use in the field. Each title provides a portable reference to a variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, butterflies, and insects and beginning nature enthusiasts as well as seasoned explorers will relish the abundance of detailed information packed within.

 

From toucans, parrots, and monkeys to anteaters, frogs, and crocodiles, this identification tool showcases the varied array of wildlife found in one of the world’s richest and most diverse ecosystems. Easy to use while hiking or floating though this breathtaking region of the world, this pocket reference is an ideal source of portable information for both casual and expert sightseers.


A Walk To The River In Amazonia

RRP $289.99

Our lives are mostly composed of ordinary reality--the
flow of moment-to-moment existence--and yet it has been
largely overlooked as a subject in itself for
anthropological study. In this work, the author achieves
an understanding of interstitial reality for the Mehinaku
Indians, an Amazonian people, in two stages: first by
observing various aspects of their experience and second
by relating how these different parts come to play in the
stream of their ordinary consciousness. In this way,
abstract schemata such as cosmology, sociality, gender,
and the everyday are understood as they are actually
lived. This book contributes to the general ethnography
of the Amazon, specifically the Upper Xingu. Its approach
crosses disciplinary boundaries between anthropology,
philosophy, and psychology, and in doing so attempts an
understanding of what Malinowski called the
imponderabilia of actual life.


A Walk In The Amazon

RRP $15.99

Professor Hendricks and a select few students of the University of Dartford assumed their scheduled research trip to the heart of the Amazon was going to be just like any other. Arriving at ground zero, the small village of Humaita, the university party's first day of jungle living couldn't have been any weirder. As a small group goes missing in the dead of night, a once routine research expedition turns out to be a race against time to save the remaining students and solve the primordial secrets that lurk in the jungle. Because it doesn't take long until Hendricks realises that there's more to this jungle than he was initially led to believe. Stalked by a mystical python known to the villagers as Ngala-na, the university troop are forced into a fight for survival in this stunning adventure story. Using nothing but their wits and extensive knowledge of animal habitats, the students have to overcome the odds, thousands of miles from home, to even stand a chance of ever seeing their missing friends again. Seeped in atmosphere and dripping with tension, the otherworldly beauty of the exotic Amazon rainforest is perfectly captured in Boniface Ossai's new novel, A Walk in the Amazon. Terrifying, suspenseful and always action-packed, A Walk in the Amazon packs as much bite as any critter that the rainforest has to offer. From decades-long prophecies to thousand year-old myths, the secrets of the Amazon are ready to be discovered in Boniface Ossai's gripping short story.



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