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Crown Pub., 1980 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 200 pages
Color photographs, drawings, diagrams, and a well-researched text explore the extraordinary world of jungle life, studying the many unique plants and animals found in jungles and illuminating how humankind depends on the survival of jungles

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The author emphasizes--with charts, drawings, photographs and scientific analysis -- the fact that the most complex of the ecospheres we inhabit is the most fragile in the face of our peculiar "uses ... Read full review

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