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Animal Earth The Amazing Diversity of Living Creatures

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By: Ross Piper(Author)
320 pages, 565 colour photos and illustrations
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
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  • Animal Earth ISBN: 9780500291658 Paperback Mar 2015 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The familiar tigers, elephants, eagles, fish, and insects of the animal kingdom account for only a tiny proportion of known species. The true picture of animal life on our planet is much more diverse.

Animal Earth: The Amazing Diversity of Living Creatures takes us on a tour of this animal world, highlighting the bizarre appearances, hidden lives, and mostly small scales of the creatures that inhabit Earth. Drawing on the latest research, it shows how the vast number of species are offshoots from a limited number of lineages, all of which share a common body plan and evolutionary history. Stunning color photographs, electron micrographs, and drawings are featured throughout, with many coming directly from animal specialists and researchers working around the world.

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Art / Photobook
By: Ross Piper(Author)
320 pages, 565 colour photos and illustrations
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
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