Natural History and Ecology of Suriname is a richly illustrated reference work about the flora and fauna of Suriname, a publication of LM Publishers in co-operation with WWF Guianas. Suriname is a treasure trove of natural riches. The most densely forested country in the world, it also holds savannas and swamps, rivers and mountains, and a vast array of plants and animals. Around every corner you can find something you've never seen before.
Natural History and Ecology of Suriname offers a unique overview of the remarkable nature of this diverse and beautiful country. It showcases more than 200 fascinating tropical plant and animal species, making it an indispensable guide for anyone wanting to explore Suriname's remarkable flora and fauna. It also provides an introduction to the country's history, geology, climate, ecosystems and more.