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By: Eviatar Nevo
413 pages, 18 b/w illus, 59 figs, tabs
This book draws together the burgeoning literature about all aspects of the biology of subterranean mammals. Their extraordinary environment presents a unique, global, `natural environment' in evolution that has implications throughout biology. As such this comprehensive survey of 50 years of international research will stand as an invaluable reference in years to come.
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