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Crocodiles and Alligators of the World

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By: David Alderton(Author)
190 pages, 53 col & 20 b/w photos, distrib maps
Publisher: Facts on File
Crocodiles and Alligators of the World
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  • Crocodiles and Alligators of the World ISBN: 9780713723823 Paperback Dec 1993 Out of Print #24184
  • Crocodiles and Alligators of the World ISBN: 9780816057146 Hardback Dec 2004 Out of Print #145913
  • Crocodiles and Alligators of the World ISBN: 9780713721454 Hardback Dec 1991 Out of Print #11167
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David Alderton describes the lifestyle, zoology, distribution, and conservation of crocodiles. Their fascinating evolution, from the age of the dinosaurs to the present, is presented in detail. Despite their popular image as dangerous creatures, or perhaps because of it, many crocodile and alligator species are in danger of extinction. Yet, no crocodilian species has gone extinct in the time since humans became dominant on the planet, a testament to their resilience and adaptability. Reissue: First published in 1991.

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David Alderton is a noted writer on the living world. He is active internationally in conservation matters, especially CITES and its work on the protection of the world's threatened species.

Out of Print
By: David Alderton(Author)
190 pages, 53 col & 20 b/w photos, distrib maps
Publisher: Facts on File
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