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The lions of Savuti

Dereck Joubert

The lions of Savuti

hunting with the moon

by Dereck Joubert

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Published by National Geographic Society in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lions -- Botswana -- Savuti -- Pictorial works

  • Edition Notes

    Col. ill. on end papers.

    Other titlesHunting with the moon.
    Statementtext by Dereck Joubert and photographs by Beverly Joubert.
    GenrePictorial works
    ContributionsJoubert, Beverly., National Geographic Society (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.C23 H87 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination168 p. :
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23274645M
    ISBN 100792270207
    LC Control Number97007593

    Click to read more about Hunting With the Moon: The Lions of Savuti by Dereck Joubert. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(1). Lions rarely prey on elephants. Botswana‘s Savuti lions, however, switch to preying on elephants during the late dry season (August–November), and the frequency of this has increased in the.

    Two Emmy Award-winning naturalists and cinematographers who have lived among the lions of Botswana for thirteen years present a book of astonishing photographs and text about the wild cats' nocturnal world, capturing their ferocious nighttime kills.   Savuti forms the natural border between Chobe, Linyanti and Moremi. The lion pride in this region grew so large that they started taking down elephant to feed so many mouths. Eventually the pride grew so large, it split into what is known as the Marsh Pride (currently 21 with cubs) lions and the Northern Pride (of about nine).

    The lion (Panthera leo) is a species in the family Felidae; it is a muscular, deep-chested cat with a short, rounded head, a reduced neck and round ears, and a hairy tuft at the end of its is sexually dimorphic; adult male lions have a prominent mane, which is the most recognisable feature of the a typical head-to-body length of – cm (72–82 in) they are larger Class: Mammalia. My first experience of Savuti Lions feeding on Elephants was a sighting of the famous Maomi's Pride feeding on a very small individual. My personal view at the time was that hyenas had killed the elephant and the pride had taken over the carcass.


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The lions of Savuti by Dereck Joubert Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a joy to browse through, to read and to admire the photographs. Every page shows the author's passion towards the lions of Savuti, a magical and wild place in Northern Botswana. Derek and Beverly Joubert spend years in that place filming and photographing lions and /5(14).

They create a portrait of the Savuti lions at rest, at play, and on the shadowy hunts that end in a sudden, explosive kill, offering a rare glimpse of the lithe power and They create a portrait of the Savuti lions at rest, at play, and on the shadowy hunts that end in a sudden, explosive kill, offering a rare glimpse of the lithe power and /5.

The Savuti lions of the Chobe National Park, also known as the elephant killers, are in many ways the metaphorical David of the animal kingdom. The Savuti region of the Chobe National Park is a prime game-viewing area in Botswana.

The rangers told us that there are normally no lions wondering around the campsites at night. The landscape in Savuti is truly beautiful and magical.

It will not disappoint, either at the marsh itself or around it. We saw lots of animals (leopard, lions, 4/5. Lions rarely prey on elephants. Botswana's Savuti lions, however, switch to preying on elephants during the late dry season (August-November), and the frequency of this has increased in the last Author: Richard John Power.

Hunting With the Moon: The Lions of Savuti by Joubert, Dereck; Joubert, Beverly and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   And so the elephant killing lions of the Savuti were born out of necessity for survival.

The Savuti is a place of mystery and intrigue; and is known for its fascinating geography. Tectonic plate movement causes erratic flow of water to the Savute Marsh and dried up for some 28 – 30 years causing herbivores great distress, and predators.

If you would like to go to Savuti Bush Camp one day, you should be aware of that elephants, snakes, leopards, and as mentioned, the lions, walk straight through the camp, between the tents.

The animals don't see any borders. Get this from a library. The lions of Savuti: hunting with the moon. [Dereck Joubert; Beverly Joubert; National Geographic Society (U.S.)] -- Naturalists Dereck and Beverly Joubert, who spent years living among the lions of Savuti, share the biology, behavior and social structure of these lions who do most of their hunting and stalking at.

The abundance of Lions in the Savuti Channel has inspired many filmmakers to observe and follow the adventures of the renowned big cats for over twenty years. It is said that the big cats of the Savuti channel would form large prides, and worked together to take down elephants as prey.

: Hunting With the Moon: The Lions of Savuti () by Dereck Joubert; Beverly Joubert and a great selection of similar New, Used and /5(29). Buy Hunting with the Moon: Lions of Savuti 01 by Joubert, Dereck, Joubert, Beverly (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8).

The seasons are changing in the Savuti, and so are the lions, elephants and other animals that call it home. Watch full episodes for free. This book is the spectacular culmination of over 20 years' work by the Jouberts, who have won numerous awards and honors for their documentary films.

In the late s, they began an intense study of lions in the Savuti (an area of approximately square miles that is part of the Chobe National Park in Botswana).Author: Dereck Joubert.

Explore Savuti holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. With the exception of rhinos, you’ll find all of Africa’s most charismatic megafauna in residence here or passing through – on one afternoon wildlife drive, we encountered 15 lions and two leopards.

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Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). The famous pride that is known to hunt and kill elephants was once 30 lions strong, but the resurgence of the Savuti Channel separated the pride, as the population of prey species increased and they no longer relied on the strength of one large pride.

Savuti campsite is well located in the heart of Chobe national park just next to the Savuti Marsh which has a large concentration of wildlife. Savuti has 14 unfenced campsites, an ablution block surrounded by an elephant protective wall to keep elephants out of the shower- something that used to be an issue in the past.

These lions were at one point used as an example of groups of carnivores attacking very large, dangerous herbivores, and has recently come up in some other context as well.

Well, for the record, I read the chapter relating to this kind of hunting, "Against the Odds," and, as related there, the lions in Savuti prey on very young elephant calves.

savuti is definitely worth the trip, we drove there in the rainy season, (10 hrs from Kasane) and stayed a few days, great place if you enjoy camping with elephants and lions roaming around the campsite, not too many people go there, great place to stay but very expensive ($ USD) per night for a campsite.

need 4x4 to get there and do game drives around.4/5(). Savuti is known for its excellent game and offers good sightings throughout the year. Within the park SKL operates an impressive camping ground of 14 camping sites.

Book Now! Linyanti is well known for a healthy population of predators particularly lions. Huge concentrations of elephants roam the area.In this remarkable book Chris McBride, author of the White Lions of Timbavati and Operation White Lion provides a dramatic record of his time with the night hunters of Savuti.

This account of the ceaseless struggle between Africa’s largest carnivore, the lion, and its prey hurtles the reader into the dust- swirled world of the Savuti Lion.The lions in the area eventually developed the ability to take down grown elephants.

Today, the Savuti is still well known for its large prides of lions. Linyanti and Savuti.