448 page hardback from HarperCollins Natural History
Another great field guide!
This book covers every species of mammal that occur in Europe and in
the seas around it, over 230 species, in detail. The text not only covers
the vital information for identifying the differences between a rabbit and
a hare, a red deer and a roe deer, or a killer whale and a long-finned
pilot whale, or how to tell a red fox print from a dog, but also provides
all the biological and taxonomic information you need to positively
identify mammals. It also gives readers an insight into how the animals
live, how crested porcupine adults keep their young warm crushing them
between the parents, how many baby seals actually moult while still inside
the mother and why the red fox can cause such destruction.
A great field guide for experts and amateurs alike -
Detailed colour plates and
species descriptions make identification almost as easy as it can be. This is (as well as the other Collins Field
Guides) a good choice for all people interested in European animals.
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