Antarctica: A Guide to the Wildlife

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Bradt Publications, 1994 - Travel - 144 pages
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This unique, hardbound color book is a guide to the phenomenal wildlife south of the Antarctic convergence. Authored by a well-known naturalist and lecturer on Antarctica, this is the definitive reference for a region that is one of the few remaining outposts of unfettered nature and unspoiled beauty.

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Great wildlife descriptions for the Antarctic visitor. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
TERRESTRIAL PLANTS AND INSECTS
21
BIRDS Penguins
28
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About the author (1994)

Tony Soper has written numerous books on birds and other natural history topics.
Dan Powell is an artist best known for his studies of birds.

Tony Soper is a veteran natural history presenter, film maker, lecturer and author. Dafila Scott is an artist and zoologist, member of the Society of Wildlife Artists and 'Scott of the Antarctic's' grand-daughter.

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