Encyclopedia of Endangered Species, Volume 1

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Mary Emanoil
Gale Research, 1994 - Reference - 1230 pages
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Published in association with IUCN - the World Conservation Union - this reference offers 700 descriptions and status reports on endangered plants and animals around the world. Each entry contains: a description of the species; range and habitat data; population; history; conservation record and survival outlook. Entries are ordered taxonomically by order, family, genus and species, and contact information on wildlife and conservation organizations is also provided. This resource is aimed at students, researchers and anyone interested in the environment and wildlife.

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Gale Research has teamed with the IUCN-The World Conservation Union to produce this latest volume in the "Gale Environmental Library." It provides roughly 700 accounts, ranging in length from about a ... Read full review

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