By: Robert Bateman and Rick Archbold
192 pages, 200 col plates
In this work Robert Bateman explores in words, sketches and magnificent new paintings the living systems upon which all life depends. From the drama of Canada's rugged west coast, to life and death struggles in the Arctic, Poland's haunting ancient waterways, the serenity of Costa Rica's cloud forests and the vast plains of the Serengeti, each of the `life zones' explored in Natural Worlds reveals the complex relationships between living things and their environments.
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