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Otters in Shetland The Tale of the 'Draatsi'

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By: Richard Shucksmith(Author), Brydon Thomason(Author), Hans Kruuk(Foreword By)
276 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Shetland Times
Otters in Shetland
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A stunning collection of photographs, history and ecology of one of the most charismatic of British mammals, this is a must have for any visitor to Shetland, or anybody who loves the great outdoors! Written with a deep understanding for location, and of course the otters, and illustrated with breathtaking photography.

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Art / Photobook
By: Richard Shucksmith(Author), Brydon Thomason(Author), Hans Kruuk(Foreword By)
276 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Shetland Times
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"[...] This book is highly recommended to anyone with an interest in natural history, and especially the behaviour and ecology of such an iconic species."
– Gordon L Woodroffe, British Wildlife 27(5), June 2016

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