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Ecoviews: Snakes, Snails and Environmental Tales

By: Whit Gibbons and Anne R Gibbons
168 pages, Illus
Ecoviews: Snakes, Snails and Environmental Tales
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Celebrates the intrinsic worth of all plants and animals in order to motivate people in a unified effort to preserve the Earth's rich array of life forms. The preservation of the integrity of our planet's biodiversity is, the authors illustrate, critical to our own survival.

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By: Whit Gibbons and Anne R Gibbons
168 pages, Illus
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"[...] Whit and Anne Gibbons have provided compulsively readable essays, with a southern twist, based on fingertip intimacy and feel for their subject"
- Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University

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