Paperback - 272 pages from Oxford University Press (29 Jan 1998)
Bats are found throughout the world, and their 966
species represent one quarter of all mammals found on earth. This book describes
all the bats and their natural history, with a unique emphasis on how the lives
of bats exemplify processes and principles of broad biological relevance. No
other book combines such comprehensive coverage with Altringham's blend of
up-to-date scientific information and effective teaching skills. If you are
serious about bats, this book is a must.
An excellent book - very readable but plenty of depth.
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