By: WWF, Frans Lanting, Galen Rowell and David Doubilet
256 pages, Col photos
In a revolutionary new approach to conservation, a team of scientists recently identified 232 ecoregions called the Global 200. These regions contain the richest and most diverse forms of terrestrial, freshwater and marine life, and are particularly imperiled by encroaching development.This book is an essential element in the WWF's effort to promote the Global 200 campaign and features the work of three of the world's finest nature photographers. Ecoregions focused on include the forests of the Andes, the mangroves of New Guinea, and the rainflooded grasslands of the Florida Everglades.
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