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What Shat That? The Pocket Guide To Poop Identity

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Matt Pagett
112 pages, Col photos, illus, distrib maps
What Shat That?
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  • What Shat That? ISBN: 9781906051129 Hardback Sep 2007 Out of Print #171340
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Ever wondered what wild creatures visit your garden at night, or which animal produces the world's biggest poop? Well, here is the book that will solve all those debates and will answer that crucial question, "What shat that?". Ideal for any nature-lover or amateur biologist, "What Shat That?" is an original and authoritative survey of the substance that, like it nor not, unites every living creature, from your pet dog to the giant African land snail. All of the major animal species are covered, together with some of the more wild and exotic species, and full-colour photographs reveal eachtype of poop in all its glory. Handy identification tips and 'Scat Facts' run throughout the book to help you gain confidence in your poop-identification ability. It includes a special colour-comparison chart for in-the-field classification; covers all the major animal species and each type of poop and much, much more... than you probably ever needed or wanted to know!

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Matt Pagett
112 pages, Col photos, illus, distrib maps
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