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Collins Safari Guide: Wildlife of the Galapagos

Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Julian Fitter, Daniel Fitter and David Hosking
254 pages, 260 col photos
Publisher: HarperCollins
Collins Safari Guide: Wildlife of the Galapagos
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  • Collins Safari Guide: Wildlife of the Galapagos ISBN: 9780002201377 Paperback Dec 2000 Out of Print #103942
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Contains photographs and descriptions of over 200 species including Giant Tortoises, many other mammals, reptiles, coastal and marine life, birds, plants and invertebrates. Also includes information on the climate, conservation, the Galapagos National Park and the volcanoes of the area.

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Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Julian Fitter, Daniel Fitter and David Hosking
254 pages, 260 col photos
Publisher: HarperCollins
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