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First Phase Report of the Třeboň Otter Project

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By: Robert Dulfer(Editor), Kevin Roche(Editor)
142 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
First Phase Report of the Třeboň Otter Project
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The Biosphere Reserve of Třeboň in the Czech Republic contains a remarkable population of otters. The Government of Luxembourg finances, through the Bern Convention, a research and conservation programme on the otters of this area, the results of which are presented in this volume.

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By: Robert Dulfer(Editor), Kevin Roche(Editor)
142 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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