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Exploring Irish Mammals

Out of Print
By: Tom Hayden, Rory Harrington and Billy Clarke
381 pages, Col and b/w illus, distrib maps
Exploring Irish Mammals
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  • Exploring Irish Mammals ISBN: 9781860590931 Paperback Dec 2000 Out of Print #116568
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With illustrations by Billy Clarke.
Describes and illustrates the mammals found both in Ireland and in the coastal waters around it. Also looks at the general evolution of mammals, examining how evolution works, why there are different types of mammals, and how they have developed.

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Dr Tom Hayden is a senior lecturer in the Department of Zoology at the National University of Ireland, Dublin (formerly UCD). He is the Director of the Mammal Research Group, and has particular interest in behavioural ecology, evolution and the origin's of Ireland's mammals. Dr Rory Harrrington is a senior scientist with the National Parks and Wildlife Service of Duchas, The Heritage Service. Head of Mammal Research, Conservation Genetics and Biodiversity Research, he works in the areas of forestry land use, ecology and genetics at NUI Dublin and at Yale in the US.
Out of Print
By: Tom Hayden, Rory Harrington and Billy Clarke
381 pages, Col and b/w illus, distrib maps
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