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SEALS AND SEA LIONS
By Andrew Cleave
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Hardcover. Over 80 illustrations. From the true seals to the fur seals and sea lions, as well as the walruses and manatees, here is a pictorial celebration of sea-going mammals, who have adapted to life both on land and in the water under a variety of different climates and conditions. Covered in detail are the anatomical adaptations necessary for aquatic life, streamlining and movement, keeping warm, special senses, and the specific characteristics of the various species and races. From the ferocious leopard seal to the massive and quarrelsome elephant seal to the playful California sea lion, the full range of these appealing marine mammals is captured in 80 full-color photographs.

Category: NATURAL HISTORY, GENERAL INTEREST, ANIMALS
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS
Retail Price $12.95
Your Price  $11.01
 

SEALS AND SEA LIONS
By Andrew Cleave
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Paperback. Over 80 illustrations. From the true seals to the fur seals and sea lions, as well as the walruses and manatees, here is a pictorial celebration of sea-going mammals, who have adapted to life both on land and in the water under a variety of different climates and conditions. Covered in detail are the anatomical adaptations necessary for aquatic life, streamlining and movement, keeping warm, special senses, and the specific characteristics of the various species and races. From the ferocious leopard seal to the massive and quarrelsome elephant seal to the playful California sea lion, the full range of these appealing marine mammals is captured in 80 full-color photographs.

Category: ANIMALS, GIFT BOOKS, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS
Retail Price $9.95
Your Price  $8.46
 

PANDAS
By Jill Caravan
9 x 12 3/4 in (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Hardcover. 80 illustrations. This concise and informative volume discusses the fascinating and evocative history and habits of the panda, the "gentle giant" that is among the world's most endangered species. The controversy over whether the panda is a bear or a raccoon is explored, along with comparison photos of well-known bear species and the lessor panda which is classified by scientists as a raccoon. Panda behavior is discussed, including foraging, eating, sleeping, reproduction, and parenting, as well as the problems faced by pandas in captivity. Featuring 80 full-color photographs made in the panda's last remaining habitats in the bamboo forests of western and southwestern China, a clear view of this intriguing animal's life in the wild is seen.

Category: ANIMALS, GENERAL INTEREST, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS
Retail Price $12.95
Your Price  $11.01
 

PANDAS
By Jill Caravan
9 x 12 3/4 in (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Paperback. 80 illustrations. This concise and informative volume discusses the fascinating and evocative history and habits of the panda, the "gentle giant" that is among the world's most endangered species. The controversy over whether the panda is a bear or a raccoon is explored, along with comparison photos of well-known bear species and the lessor panda which is classified by scientists as a raccoon. Panda behavior is discussed, including foraging, eating, sleeping, reproduction, and parenting, as well as the problems faced by pandas in captivity. Featuring 80 full-color photographs made in the panda's last remaining habitats in the bamboo forests of western and southwestern China, a clear view of this intriguing animal's life in the wild is seen.

Category: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS
Retail Price $9.95
Your Price  $8.46
 

LIONS
By Lee Server
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Hardcover. Over 80 illustrations. Of all animals, the lion is one of the most intriguing. Venerated as a symbol of strength for thousands of years, its place in nature as a fierce and powerful predator is no less striking. Here is the story of the only social animals in the cat family, known for their preference for living in close family groups called "prides." Held together by bonds of mutual trust, pride members become killing teams that completely cooperate in the tracking, stalking, and taking of prey. From the great game reserves of Kenya to the more remote corners of Uganda, this volume provides an action-packed look at the hunting techniques, mating rituals, and complex life of the King of Beasts, vividly illustrated with 80 full-color photographs.

Category: NATURAL HISTORY, GENERAL INTEREST, ANIMALS
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS, BIG CATS
Retail Price $12.95
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TIGERS
By Lee Server
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Hardcover. 80 illustrations. The largest of all the cats, the tiger's reputation is that of a fearsome predator, and occasionally, a man eater. Once numerous and covering a vast range, the tiger population today numbers little more than 6,000. In this volume, stunning action-photographs vividly portray the tiger as it stalks, chases, and attacks its prey. Gentler moments, such as the playful antics of young cubs under the watchful protection of their mother are also included. Here the life cycle of these magnificent cats is presented as they live their daily lives and fight for survival in the wild. This book includes 80 full-color photographs on tigers in action in their natural habitat.

Category: NATURAL HISTORY, ANIMALS
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS, BIG CATS
Retail Price $12.95
Your Price  $11.01
 

TIGERS
By Lee Server
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Paperback. 80 illustrations. The largest of all the cats, the tiger's reputation is that of a fearsome predator, and occasionally, a man eater. Once numerous and covering a vast range, the tiger population today numbers little more than 6,000. In this volume, stunning action-photographs vividly portray the tiger as it stalks, chases, and attacks its prey. Gentler moments, such as the playful antics of young cubs under the watchful protection of their mother are also included. Here the life cycle of these magnificent cats is presented as they live their daily lives and fight for survival in the wild. This book includes 80 full-color photographs on tigers in action in their natural habitat.

Category: NATURAL HISTORY, ANIMALS
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS, BIG CATS
Retail Price $9.95
Your Price  $8.46
 

LIONS
By Lee Server
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 72 pages. Paperback. Over 80 illustrations. Of all animals, the lion is one of the most intriguing. Venerated as a symbol of strength for thousands of years, its place in nature as a fierce and powerful predator is no less striking. Here is the story of the only social animals in the cat family, known for their preference for living in close family groups called "prides." Held together by bonds of mutual trust, pride members become killing teams that completely cooperate in the tracking, stalking, and taking of prey. From the great game reserves of Kenya to the more remote corners of Uganda, this volume provides an action-packed look at the hunting techniques, mating rituals, and complex life of the King of Beasts, vividly illustrated with 80 full-color photographs.

Category: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS, BIG CATS
Retail Price $9.95
Your Price  $8.46
 

WOLVES
By Leonard Lee Rue III
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 80 pages. Hardcover. 100 illustrations. The wolf is an intelligent and elusive animal which has been feared by man as a dangerous predator for centuries. In addition to attacking lifestock, the wolf has also been blamed for many attacks on humans. Only recently has the wolf's true nature been understood due to increasing studies of its habits and annual cycles. This volume details the anatomical structure and sensory capabilities of the animal, and follows the wolf through the changing seasons to reveal its behavior patterns. There are explanations of hunting tactics, mating rituals, territoriality, and pack order, and finally, denning and birth. With 100 vivid full-color photographs, the story of this largest member of the canine family is geographically brought to life.

Category: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS
Retail Price $12.95
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WOLVES
By Leonard Lee Rue III
9 x 12 3/4 in. (235 x 325mm) 80 pages. Paperback. 100 illustrations. The wolf is an intelligent and elusive animal which has been feared by man as a dangerous predator for centuries. In addition to attacking lifestock, the wolf has also been blamed for many attacks on humans. Only recently has the wolf's true nature been understood due to increasing studies of its habits and annual cycles. This volume details the anatomical structure and sensory capabilities of the animal, and follows the wolf through the changing seasons to reveal its behavior patterns. There are explanations of hunting tactics, mating rituals, territoriality, and pack order, and finally, denning and birth. With 100 vivid full-color photographs, the story of this largest member of the canine family is geographically brought to life.

Category: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY
Keywords: ANIMALS, NATURAL HISTORY, WILD, WILDERNESS
Retail Price $9.95
Your Price  $8.46
 


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