By: Greg Dimijian and Mary Beth Dimijian
143 pages, 80 col photos
Photographing a diversity of animals in a range of habitats - from the misty rain forests of Costa Rica to the plains of Africa - and with an accompanying essay for each mammal, bird, reptile, fish or insect covered, this superb photobook tells us why animals do what they do.|
From the foreword by Jane Goodall: `The photographs capture the very essence of each of the subjects portrayed - the wonderful loving, joyous delight in an elephant meeting a good friend; the staunch, rugged spirit of a penguin alone in the great expanse of the Antarctic ice field; the extraordinary desterity and industry of the leafcutter ant'.
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On behalf of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi I would like to thank NHBS. The book will be very useful for my students.
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