Mark Owens and Delia Owens
This person spent seven years in the Kalahari Desert, a desolate region in the northern sector of Botswana, studying the wildlife there.
This person was the twenty-six-year-old African hired to help American researchers in their camp for the rate of fifty cents per day.
This person was a professional hunter living in the village of Maun in the northern region of Botswana.
This animal was a dominant male lion that was shot in the face and chest but survived.
This animal was the dominant male in the Blue Pride before being inadvertently killed by a safari hunter.
This person was a field rep for the Botswana Department of Surveys and Lands. The character brought supplies to American researchers before dying from a heart attack.
This person brought mail to the American researchers.
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