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By: Maria Veneke Ylikomi

Tracking the Panthera family

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Embark on a magnificent adventure in the trails of the big cat animals, all belonging to the Panthera family. With stunning photos, exciting field stories and informative factual texts, the photographer Jan Fleischmann and the factual writer Maria Veneke Ylikomi guide the readers to the large cats’ territories; the tiger’s jungles, the savannahs and bush forests where the lion and leopard are residing, and the rivers and wetlands where the mighty jaguar is roaming. We also meet the fifth member of the Panthera family, the elusive snow leopard, who is the master of the mountains in Central Asia.


What’s on the jaguar’s menu?

How does the tiger live?

Who are the enemies of the lion?

How to see the difference between a jaguar and a leopard?


The answers are found in the book, where we also get acquainted with some of the scientists and nature guides who are fighting for the big threatened felines.

Jan Fleischmann, photoreporter in Mariestad, western Sweden, makes wildlife stories and covers international sports events, among these he has followed the Women’s World Cup 1995 to 2015.
He has been fascinated about the wild and threatened animals since childhood. He did his first East African safari in Kenya at the age of 15 and has returned many times.
Jan has taken all the photos in this book except where anything else is mentioned and he has written the field stories and the photo advices.
Maria Veneke Ylikomi, from Blekinge, southern Sweden, works as a language consultant within the areas of proofreading, text editing and writing. She regularly writes articles for the Swedish magazine Gränslöst (borderless/limitless in the Swedish language), with the theme of human rights, democracy and tolerance. News about justice – for all. Maria is a global citizen. As a Goodwill Ambassador for the international non-profit organization Globcal International, Maria is a global advocate for peace, human rights and the environment. Since May 2018, she is a member of the Environmental Peacebuilding Association. Maria is Ambassador of Sweden for the International Organization for Defenders of Peace and Human Rights.

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