The Man-eaters of Eden by Robert R. Frump
Life and Death in Kruger National Park

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Kruger National Park is known as the Eden of South Africa. Here, wildlife exists in a natural state and during the day time, more than one million tourists a year wonder at the elephants, antelope, rhinos and lions.
Night time is a different story. It is then that the lions of Kruger seek out refugees from Mozambique -- and prey upon them as if they were zebra or impala.
What causes this phenomenon, which may have claimed thousands of human lives? There are many answers, but the apartheid history of South Africa, still impacting the nation years after its demise, is a chief suspect.

About Robert R. Frump

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Robert R. Frump is a respected author and journalist with a number of national awards under his belt, including a Polk and part of a Pulitzer. His last book, Until the Sea Shall Free Them, was critically well received, and is currently being reviewed by Disney/Buena Vista. He lives in Summit, New Jersey.
Published July 14, 2009 by Race Point Production, Inc.. 240 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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According to Frump, lions in South Africa's Kruger National Park today "are killing people three times as often as fifteen years ago";

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Let me share these words from the official park web site: The world-renowned Kruger Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa.

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