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Cry of the Kalahari Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Mark James Owens
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Topics for Discussion

How were Mark and Delia able to recognize what animals were nearby their campsite in the dark of night?

What are specific animals that fall into the categories of predator, scavenger and undulate?

Mark and Delia determined the reason why the brown hyenas live in clans. What was that reason?

How did Mark and Delia save Bones, the dominant male of the Blue Pride, and what was his eventual fate?

How did the behavior of the lionesses of the Kalahari Desert differ from those studied in the Serengeti?

One of the Owenses favorite campsite visitors was William the shrew. What happened to him?

What were the contributing factors that destroyed a large portion of the vast wildebeest herd that was seeking a water source during the two-year drought?

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