In Wildest Africa, vol 1 (of 2)
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In Wildest Africa, vol 1 (of 2)

By Carl Georg Schilling
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  • IN WILDEST AFRICA
  • IN WILDEST AFRICA BY C. G. SCHILLINGS AUTHOR OF “WITH FLASHLIGHT AND RIFLE IN EQUATORIAL EAST AFRICA” TRANSLATED BY FREDERIC WHYTE WITH OVER 300 PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIES DIRECT FROM THE AUTHOR’S NEGATIVES, TAKEN BY DAY AND NIGHT; AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS Vol. I London HUTCHINSON & CO. PATERNOSTER ROW 1907
  • LION STUDY. Preface
  • BLACK-HOOFED ANTELOPES. Contents of Vol. I
  • GULLS. List of Illustrations in Vol. I
  • A GIRAFFE PHOTOGRAPH, TAKEN IN THE SHIMMERING LIGHT OF THE VELT. I The Spell of the Elelescho
  • ONE OF THE OLDEST “NATURE DOCUMENTS” FROM THE HAND OF MAN. PREHISTORIC SKETCH OF A MAMMOTH ON A FRAGMENT OF IVORY. (From L. Reinhardt’s work Der Mensch zur Eiszeit in Europa.) II From the Cave-dweller’s Sketch to the Flashlight Photograph
  • A RHINOCEROS MOVING SLOWLY THROUGH THE GRASS OF THE VELT—TAKEN WITH THE TELEPHOTO-LENS AT A DISTANCE OF 120 METRES, AND WHERE THERE WAS NO COVER. THE ANIMAL LOOKED REMARKABLY LIKE AN ANT-HILL. ON ITS BACK ONE SEES A BIRD—(BUPHAGUS ERYTHRORHYNCUS, Stanl.)—HUNTING FOR TICKS. III New Light on the Tragedy of Civilisation
  • YOUNG GRANT’S GAZELLES ON A BLACK-BURNED STRETCH OF VELT. IV The Survivors
  • EGYPTIAN GEESE IN A SWAMP. V Sport and Nature in Germany
  • ORYX ANTELOPES TAKING TO FLIGHT. VI The Lonely Wonder-world of the Nyíka
  • A FRANCOLIN PERCHED ON A THORN-BUSH. VII The Voices of the Wilderness
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