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Endangered and Threatened Animals of Florida and their Habitats

Series: Corrie Herring Hooks Series Volume: 58
By: Chris Scott
315 pages, 85 col and 23 b/w photos
Endangered and Threatened Animals of Florida and their Habitats
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Covers all 71 species, subspecies, or populations of mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, crustaceans, insects, corals, and molluscs. The species accounts describe each animal's listed status, identifying characteristics, historical and current distribution, biology, current threats, and conservation efforts. To make the link between animals and their habitats, Scott also includes extensive discussions of Florida's natural regions; human impacts on the environment, including habitat destruction, pollution, and the introduction of invasive, nonnative species; and ongoing efforts to conserve and restore native plant and animal communities.

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Series: Corrie Herring Hooks Series Volume: 58
By: Chris Scott
315 pages, 85 col and 23 b/w photos
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