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The Book of Nature The Natural Heritage according to UNESCO

528 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: Monaco Books
The Book of Nature
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A fully-illustrated insight into 191 UNESCO Natural Heritage sites, combining absorbing text with full-page, colour photography, to place a revealing spotlight on endangered species and their diverse natural habitats. You will find intriguing fact files for each site, covering everywhere from Norway's fjords to the majestic parks of North America, and the nature reserves of the Andes to the vastness of the Amazon rainforest, and much more. Highlights include a selection of special treks exploring the last sanctuaries of the Siberian tiger, the Indian rhinoceros and orangutans of Asia, to name a few.

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528 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: Monaco Books
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