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Stuarts’ African Mammals

Stuarts’ African Mammals is a comprehensive and authoritative app authored by mammal experts Chris and Mathilde Stuart

Stuarts’ African Mammals is a comprehensive and authoritative app authored by mammal experts Chris and Mathilde Stuart

Stuarts’ African Mammals

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Stuarts’ African Mammals
Stuarts’ African Mammals
Stuarts’ African Mammals

What is it about?

Stuarts’ African Mammals is a comprehensive and authoritative app authored by mammal experts Chris and Mathilde Stuart. The app will enrich your wildlife-viewing experience in Africa, and is packed with interesting information about each species.

Stuarts’ African Mammals

App Details

Version
1.0.1
Rating
NA
Size
1142Mb
Genre
Reference Books
Last updated
June 19, 2017
Release date
May 18, 2017
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App Store Description

Stuarts’ African Mammals is a comprehensive and authoritative app authored by mammal experts Chris and Mathilde Stuart. The app will enrich your wildlife-viewing experience in Africa, and is packed with interesting information about each species.

The app is suitable for all nature lovers, amateurs, students and professional scientists.

Features:
– Covers all large and small wild African mammals.
– Well-researched, updated, and accurate information about each species.
– Easily swipe between species.
– Thousands of photos, illustrations and maps.
– Calls and videos.
– Key ID pointers for each species.
– Compare two species side-by-side.
– Includes English, scientific, French and German names.
– A personal record of mammal sightings that can be exported using email.
– No collection of personal/location data, in-app purchases or advertising.

The authors
Chris and Mathilde Stuart have authored a range of books on African mammals, wildlife and conservation, as well as scientific papers and popular articles. They have also published the app eGuide to Mammals of Southern Africa.

** Apart from the initial download, no internet connection is required for the app to function. **

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