Stuarts’ African Mammals is a comprehensive and authoritative app authored by mammal experts Chris and Mathilde Stuart. The app will enrich your wildlife-viewing experience in Africa, and is packed with interesting information about each species.
The app is suitable for all nature lovers, amateurs, students and professional scientists.
– Covers all large and small wild African mammals.
– Well-researched, updated, and accurate information about each species.
– Easily swipe between species.
– Thousands of photos, illustrations and maps.
– Calls and videos.
– Key ID pointers for each species.
– Compare two species side-by-side.
– Includes English, scientific, French and German names.
– A personal record of mammal sightings that can be exported using email.
– No collection of personal/location data, in-app purchases or advertising.
Chris and Mathilde Stuart have authored a range of books on African mammals, wildlife and conservation, as well as scientific papers and popular articles. They have also published the app eGuide to Mammals of Southern Africa.
** Apart from the initial download, no internet connection is required for the app to function. **
For technical support, please use the built in 'Contact Us' feature. We’ll do our best to resolve problems as quickly as possible
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