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Life Amongst the Thorns Biodiversity & Conservation of Madagascar's Spiny Forest

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By: Louise Jasper(Author), Charlie Gardner(Author), Sir David Attenborough(Foreword By), Guy Suzon Ramangason(Foreword By), Nanie Ratsifandrihamanana(Preface By)
318 pages, ~300 colour photos, 14 colour maps
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  • Life Amongst the Thorns ISBN: 9781909612679 Hardback Jul 2015 Out of Print #222724
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Produced in collaboration with WWF-Madagascar, this beautiful book provides a fascinating treasures, the unique but highly threatened Spiny Forest. Lavishly illustrated with stunning images and including an authoritative, fully-referenced text, the book introduces the diverse endemic flora and fauna of the region before exploring how people have shaped today's landscapes and biodiversity. Continuing with a discussion of the varied conservation actions now being implemented and an overview of the forest's protected areas, this accessible book will appeal to wildlife lovers and conservationists the world over.

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  • Timely and necessary
    By Jorge 21 Oct 2015 Written for Hardback
    I believe one of the ways to contribute to save the spiny forest of Madagascar is by divulging its wonders, something the authors have helped to do outstandingly with this masterpiece.
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Out of Print
By: Louise Jasper(Author), Charlie Gardner(Author), Sir David Attenborough(Foreword By), Guy Suzon Ramangason(Foreword By), Nanie Ratsifandrihamanana(Preface By)
318 pages, ~300 colour photos, 14 colour maps
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