By: Talbot Waterman
243 pages, 195 illus
A volume in the Scientific American Library series, in which the author reviews the feats of spectacular migrators such as insects, birds and whales, before investigating the means by which they navigate. Includes a brief discussion of the historical and evolutionary factors that could explain why they migrate.
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