By: Keith S Thomson (Author)
252 pages, b/w photos
Describes the life and habitat of the coelacanth and what scientists have learned about it during fifty years of research.
"A marvelous book describing the discovery of the coelacanth and its importance to evolutionary biology [...] Fascinating reading for scientist and non-scientist alike."
– George D. Langdon, president, American Museum of Natural History
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