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Strahan's The Mammals of Australia

Flora / Fauna
By: Andrew Baker(Author), Ian Gynther(Author)
887 pages, 477 colour photos, 383 distribution maps
Strahan's The Mammals of Australia
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  • Strahan's The Mammals of Australia ISBN: 9781925546156 Edition: 4 Hardback Not yet published #238140
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Fully updated and with completely reworked text and images, this is essentially the Fourth Edition of The Mammals of Australia, with the name change acknowledging the contribution of the late Ronald Strahan, who authored the first edition in the 1970s. The most recent third edition was edited by Steve Van Dyck and Ronald Strahan and published in 2008.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Andrew Baker(Author), Ian Gynther(Author)
887 pages, 477 colour photos, 383 distribution maps
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