Choose the next cover of African Zoology

Posted 3 February 2015 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: African Zoology
Choose the next cover of African Zoology

 

VOTING HAS CLOSED The Wildebeest cover has been selected!!!

 

Help us choose the next cover of African Zoology. Like, share, retweet, favourite and/or comment on the cover you prefer and we will select the most popular cover on social media for the next volume of African Zoology. There are 3 potential covers to choose from:

  • Option1: Blue Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) taken by Chad Wright
  • Option2: Spotted Eagle Owl (Bubo africanus) by Theo Busschau
  • Option3: Leopard (Panthera pardus) by Emmanuel Do Linh San

​You can select your favourite on one or all of the NISC social media pages and/or add your comment below.

 

VOTING HAS CLOSED The Wildebeest cover has been selected!!!

 
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