By: R Naveen, C Monteath, T de Roy and M Jones
224 pages, 175 col photos.
Written by four leading Antarctic explorers and naturalists, this is a photographic essay on the landscape and natural history of this hostile yet beautiful continent. Covering the Antarctic ecosystem from the peripheral islands to the South Pole, colour photographs portray the rich variety of life-forms. The text also gives a passionate argument for keeping development out of this last unspoilt continent.
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