Edited By: Heiko Riemer, Frank Forster, Michael Herb and Nadja Pöllath
369 pages, Figs, tabs
This book covers the proceedings of the ACACIA Workshop held at the University of Cologne, December 14-15 2007. It investigates the changing and complex relationship between man and wild animals from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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