By: Duff Hart-Davis
416 pages, Col photos, col illus
Finely illustrated encyclopedic reference to Britain's animals, birds, fish, reptiles and insects, both wild and domestic. Also provides an historical survey from the earliest records: when and how species were introduced and died out, and how they have flourished or declined. There are essays on their interaction with man, from outright exploitation to over-production. Social history, folklore and legend are also included.
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