Juliet Clutton-Brock, Don E. Wilson
Dorling Kindersley, 2002 - Nature - 400 pages
The most visually appealing guides to the natural world that one can buy. Packed with superb full-color photography, detailed descriptions, and highlights of key facts, Mammals is the latest addition to the Smithsonian Handbook series. Including more than 500 profiles each with its own spread, there isn't a more reliable identification guide on the market.
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Review: Mammals (Smithsonian Handbooks)User Review - Nic - Goodreads
A great reference for worldbuilding, and full of fun facts. Read full review
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Lots of wonderful pictures and fun facts. Not the most encyclopedic of books, but a great moderate-sized and useful handbook. Read full review