American Nature: Our Intriguing Land and Wildlife
Reader's Digest, 1997 - Nature - 336 pages
Combining scientific exactitude and a sense of wonder, a beautifully illustrated and informative question-and-answer book provides a treasury of basic facts and intriguing revelations about America's animals, plants, and landscapes.
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