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Edited By: Gordon L Miller
249 pages, Illus
Presents an anthology of writings on amphibians drawn from the entire Western natural history tradition, beginning with Aristotle's Inquiry Concerning Animals through to recent scientific accounts of the relatively sudden - and alarming - global declines and deformities in amphibian species. The offerings not only reveal much about amphibian life, but also provide fascinating insights into the worldviews of the many writers, scientists, and naturalists who have delved into the world of amphibians.
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