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Extinct

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By: Anton Gill and Alex West
256 pages, 150 col and b/w illus
Extinct
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  • Extinct ISBN: 9780752261621 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #123170
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Tie-in to a TV series featuring the dodo, sabre-toothed tiger, great auk, Tasmanian tiger, Irish elk and woolly mammoth. Examines the interplay between evolution and extinction, where factors such as disease, adaptability, climate change and the arrival of man can all spell death, and the mysteries behind the disappearance of these extraordinary animals.

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Out of Print
By: Anton Gill and Alex West
256 pages, 150 col and b/w illus
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