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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Elephants From Their Origins and Evolution to Their Ceremonial and Working Relationship with Man

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Edited By: SK Eltringham
188 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Salamander Books
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Elephants
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  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Elephants ISBN: 9780861019274 Hardback Dec 1997 Out of Print #64917
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Elephants ISBN: 9780861015566 Hardback Dec 1991 Out of Print #16370
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&i;`...a veritable banquet of elephant lore, much of it extremely well-written and profoundly researched...the book's illustrations - both photo and graphic - are of particular merit.'&o;, BBC Wildlife Magazine.

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Out of Print
Edited By: SK Eltringham
188 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Salamander Books
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