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Geliebte J Gerin

Author: Christine Feehan
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641197716
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Als Kind wurde die junge Gestaltwandlerin Cat Benoit von einem Kriminellen entführt und gefangen gehalten. Jahre später gelingt ihr die Flucht, und sie kann sich in Texas ein neues Leben au auen. Dort begegnet sie auch dem unverschämt attraktiven Ridley Cromer, und aus anfänglicher Freundschaft wird schnell feurige Leidenschaft. Doch wie lange kann Cat die Leopardin in sich beherrschen? Ridley ahnt, dass Cat Geheimnisse vor ihm hat, doch als die Wahrheit ans Licht kommt, ist es beinahe schon zu spät . . .

Leopard S Prey

Author: Christine Feehan
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101623845
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan takes readers to the sultry streets of New Orleans in this Leopard novel—where the nights have never felt so torrid or so dangerous… From a tough stint in the armed forces to stalking the unknown as a bayou cop, leopard shifter Remy Boudreaux has been served well by his uncanny gifts. And right now, New Orleans could use a homicide detective like Remy. A serial killer is loose, snatching victims from the French Quarter with pitiless rage and unnatural efficiency. But something else is drawing Remy into the twilight—a beautiful jazz singer bathed night after night in a flood of bloodred neon. Sultry, mysterious and as seductive as her songs, she’s luring Remy deeper into the shadows than he ever imagined. And as their passions swell, his keen instinct for survival will be challenged like never before. By a killer—and by a woman.

Predators And Prey

Author: Michael Chinery
Publisher: Cherrytree Books
ISBN: 9781842340035
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Tropical rainforests cover only about 6% of the earth's surface, yet they are home to more than half the world's species. This book looks at the biology and behaviour of predators and prey describing how they live together in harmony and balance and how vital they are to the wellbeing of the whole world. It is one of a series of books which aims to provide an understanding of the unique ecosystems of the rainforest. It describes the amazing plants and animals and how they interact, and addresses local and global environmental and conservation issues.

Snow Leopards

Author: Elaine Landau
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 9780766034631
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"Provides information for young readers about snow leopards, including habitat, eating habits, mating, babies, and conservation"--Provided by publisher.

When Man Is The Prey

Author: Michael J. Tougias
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781429930611
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Since we humans have evolved into the dominant species on this planet, we sometimes fail to recognize--and respect--the ever-present threat posed by the animals we love or fear, hunt or fight to protect. Many of nature's most lethal residents have combative skills that have been honed by millions of years of adaptive survival, and it takes only a second for an otherwise evolved individual to become a helpless victim. WHEN MAN IS THE PREY is a one-of-a-kind collection of real-life encounters between man and beast that explores the uneasy relationship that humanity has with its native habitat. From bears, boars, and black dogs to swimming with sharks and dancing with wolves, the stories in WHEN MAN IS THE PREY offer a fascinating, frightening, and enlightening look at the natural world and its many creatures.

The Leopard S Prey

Author: Suzanne Arruda
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440655944
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?A larger-than-life heroine far ahead of her time,?(Denver Post) returns to 1920s Africa, where she meets with an ominous warning? Jade del Cameron?s latest endeavor?helping a company collect wild animals for U.S. zoos? finds her lassoing zebras and posing as bait for a leopard. But the real danger begins when Jade?s friends find a merchant?s body on their coffee plantation. Authorities determine the cause of death to be murder. Their prime suspect: Jade?s beau, moviemaker and World War I flying ace Sam Featherstone. To clear Sam?s name, Jade launches her own investigation, questioning the dead man?s partners and clients. But nothing can prepare Jade for the journey that lies ahead, as she must make an emergency landing in Sam?s plane deep within the vast African wilderness, then risk the long trek back to Nairobi to confront more than one kind of brutal killer face-to-face?


Author: Desmond Morris
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1780233183
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The sleek, spotted leopard may be the smallest of the big cats, but its ferocity and solitary style makes lions and tigers seem puny in comparison. Lacking the social mentality of other animals, the leopard is stealthy and selfish, ambushing its prey and carrying it high into a tree where it can dine alone. Humans call leopards the “perfect predator." In Leopard, renowned zoologist Desmond Morris seeks to show all sides of the cat, delving into the fascinating history of these incredible animals. Morris examines the leopard’s athletic elegance, predatory skill, wary shyness, and cunning intelligence while also exploring the animal’s parental devotion, preference for solitude, and capacity for revenge. In addition to tracing the evolution of leopards, he considers how humans have related to the animal throughout history. Leopards, he shows, have long featured in the art, mythology, and folklore of ancient Greece, Persia, Rome, and even England, where they have not lived for several millennia. But humans and leopards do not always coexist peacefully; as Morris explains, leopards have been known to attack humans when their food is scarce or they are injured. He reveals how humans have exploited the cats, attempting to train them for circus roles, and how today some people are now making strides toward the leopard’s conservation. He also describes their rich symbolism, appearances in literature and film, and the use of the leopard print in both haute couture and down-market fashion. Packed with compelling images of this amazing animal in action, Leopard sheds new light on these gorgeous cats.


Author: Claire Throp
Publisher: Raintree
ISBN: 1406273511
Size: 65.45 MB
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"Here's an animal lover's one-stop source for in-depth information on leopards! What do they eat? How do they behave? Are they at risk? This book also includes loads of fun and fascinating facts about leopards, as well as maps, charts, and wonderful photographs of these clever creatures."--