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ISBN:186436307X
Author: Terence Lindsey,Louise Egerton
ISBN13: 978-1864363074
Title: Green Guide Mammals of Australia (Australian Green Guides)
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Language: English
Category: Biological Sciences
Publisher: New Holland Books (August 27, 2001)
Pages: 96

Green Guide Mammals of Australia (Australian Green Guides) by Terence Lindsey,Louise Egerton



Start by marking Green Guide Mammals of Australia (Australian Green Guides) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This innovative new series is aimed at wildlife enthusiasts of all ages. Compact and visually exciting, each guide examines a different type of Australia's fauna and provides information about animal behavior, tips on identification and photography and practical advice such as how to find wildlife and what to look for in the field. Compact and visually exciting, each guide examines a different type of Australia's fauna and provides information about animal behavior, tips.

Australia's isolation from the rest of the world has led to the evolution of many unique species of mammals. This book introduces all of the major groups including egg-laying mammals, pouched mammals, placental mammals, introduced mammals and marine mammals. There is emphasis on those species the amateur naturalist and nature-lover is most likely to see. Information is organized simply, with individual species or group entries describing key characteristics such as where they are found, food requirements and behavioural habits.

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This book poses questions and answers about common Australian birds, includes behavioural insights, action photography and answers to all your questions about the bird life of Australia. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.

Cronin's Key guide to Australian Mammals, Leonard Cronin. This is a nice book, and I like the pictures a lot. It doesn't have all the mammal species, but almost all of them, and it has good information. Common Birds of Australia (Green Guide), Peter Rowland. A smaller, more introductory book. It won a Whitley Award for best zoological book. This is probably out of print. It comes with an audio cassette with the bird calls on it.

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Academic & Professional Books. Series: Green Guides to Australia (New Holland). By: Peter Krisch(Author). 128 pages, colour photos, colour maps. The structure of this book is similar to that of other titles in the series. Fact panels cover interesting aspects of the subject. Questions answered include: ‘what is the difference between a tree and a shrub?’, ‘what age can Australian trees reach?’, ‘how tall do trees grow in Australia?’ and ‘how many species of trees and shrubs exist.

One in a new, innovative series aimed at wildlife enthusiasts of all ages, Green Guides: Mammals of Australia is a compact and visually exciting guide to the different types of mammals that make Australia their home. This books answers commonly asked questions, with a particular emphasis on amazing behavioral insights into both common and unusual mammals. The animals on these pages come alive through vivid photography and entertaining, informative text. This pocket-sized book is perfect for readers of all ages.