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Very Wonderful, Very Rare - Saving the Most Endangered Wildlife on Earth

Out of Print
By: Jonathan Bailey(Author)
Very Wonderful, Very Rare - Saving the Most Endangered Wildlife on Earth
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  • Very Wonderful, Very Rare - Saving the Most Endangered Wildlife on Earth ISBN: 9781445122977 Hardback Oct 2013 Out of Print #208153
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About this book

This spectacular book introduces children to some of the most endangered species on Earth, from the pygymy sloth to Attenborough's pitcher plant. It explores what scientists are doing to save species and what we can do to help, featuring wildlife that is critically endangerd alongside species that have been brought back from the brink of extinction. Large, spectacular photos and engaging text by award winning authors Jonathan and Marilyn Baillie really capture a child's attention and show why our wonderful wildlife is worth saving. Produced in assoication with the IUCN.

Contents

Meet the World's Rarest Wildlife

How to Save a Species
- Humpback Whale
- Przewalski's (Wild) Horse
- Great Bamboo Lemur
- Javan Rhino
- Cebu
- Frill-Wing Damselfly
- Red River
- Giant Softshell Turtle
- Spoon-billed Sandpiper
- Tarzan's Chameleon Pygmy
- Three-toed Sloth
- Saola
- Luristan Newt
- Attenborough's Pitcher Plant
- Wild Yam, South Africa
- Red-finned Blue-eye Fish
- Northern Muriqui
- Wooly Spider Monkey
- Mauritius Kestrel

Where on Earth? The world's 100 most threatened species

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Index

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Out of Print
By: Jonathan Bailey(Author)
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