By: JR Choate, J Knox Jones Jr and C Jones
304 pages, B/w photos, maps
The authors describe the ecologically diverse environment of the south-central US, and explain how it determines which species can exist there. They also discuss other factors, such as geographical history, competition between species, and the effects of man, which determine the distribution of each species. The book also includes a checklist of the 103 mammals, and an account of each species provides details of physical description, preferred habitat, reproduction, population densities and distribution.
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