By: Robert Clark (Illustrator), Carl Zimmer (Introduction By)
176 pages, 70 colour photos
These beautiful photographs from award-winning National Geographic photographer Robert Clark offer a fascinating new view of bird feathers. Each detailed close-up image is paired with informative text about the function and evolution of that feather, making this handsome volume the perfect marriage of art and science.
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Robert Clark is a freelance photographer based in New York City. His previous work has focused on a wide range of subjects, including the evolution of dogs, high school football, the life of Charles Darwin, and the secrets of the world's greatest taxidermists. A longtime photographer for National Geographic, Clark has photographed more than thirty stories for the magazine, including over a dozen covers.
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