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Why Big Fierce Animals Are Rare: An Ecologist's Perspective

Series: Princeton Science Library

By: Paul A Colinvaux(Author)

264 pages, no illustrations

Princeton University Press

Paperback | Dec 1979 | #67281 | ISBN: 0691023646
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Essays on matters ecological examine recent work in the field and central ideas of an increasingly important science, ranging from the behavior of the wolf spider to the variety of plant and animal species

"A mind-tingling survey [...] of the many factors involved in the interrelationships of all living things [...] An incisive and stirring book, and a model of scientific explanation."
- The New Yorker

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