By: Bogumiła Jędrzejewska (Editor), Jan M Wójcik (Editor)
214 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Mammals are not the most diverse animals on the planet, yet they are the animals with which humans have had the most profound, affectionate association. In Essays on Mammals of Białowieża Forest, a group of scientists share their fascination with and knowledge of wild mammals living the best preserved temperate forest of the Europeans lowlands.
These essays are primareily intended as an educational resource for students. But other readers – professional biologists, conservationists, naturalists, and outdoorsmen – will also enjoy discovering the new information on common and rare species. The book covers species including bison, deer, bears, wolves, cats, badgers, weasels, rodents, and bats. There are also various detailed treatments of ecology and genetic diversity of some of the mammal populations.
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