Ideal for children 7 – 9 years, How to Track a Leopard explains the best way to learn about this stealthy, agile master of camouflage, since it is so hard to spot – and that is, to study its poop. It may sound gross, but it is entirely scientific. If you’ve never heard the proper name for a leopard’s spots or how leopard’s mark their territory How to Track a Leopard will teach you that and much, much more. So brave up, young animal lovers and get ready for the icky as you learn How to Track a Leopard.
Author Dory Zane has written a series of How to Track books for children on various hard to track animals including some of the fiercest. Published by Windmill Books.
Length: 24 pages