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A Penguin's World

Art / Photobook
By: Ian Strange and Georgina Strange
80 pages, Col photos
A Penguin's World
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  • A Penguin's World ISBN: 9780955070822 Hardback Sep 2009 In stock
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This work brings together a collection of stunning photographs along with informative text about the Penguin's world. The authors and designers of this title, who reside in the Islands and work with such species, have endeavoured to show not only the fascinating aspects of these birds, but their amazing resilience and the life they lead when they come ashore to breed. The six species of penguin found in the Falklands are featured, but for the reader to understand a little more of this penguins' world, some species that associate with, or prey on, penguins are included.

It is hoped that this book will further the knowledge of penguins, but also to help promote the Falkland Islands as a valuable and pristine wilderness area.

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Art / Photobook
By: Ian Strange and Georgina Strange
80 pages, Col photos
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