Mammals of Illinois

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University of Illinois Press, 2002 - Nature - 384 pages
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A guide that provides a detailed profile of all the state's mammals, past and present - from the elephant-sized mastodons that roamed the region during the Ice Age and the black bears and bobcats that early Illinois settlers encountered, to the plethora of creatures that now live on the state's prairies, woodlands, and hills.
 

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Donald F. Hoffmeister contributed to nature guides from Golden Guides and St. Martin's Press.

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