Fauna Britannica

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Hamlyn, 2002 - Nature - 528 pages
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Enter the fascinating world of animal life in the British Isles with this most comprehensive testament to date. An internationally renowned plant expert dedicated over four years of wide-ranging research to produce an authoritative reference work that outlines not only the evolution and history of Great Britain's wildlife, but also its abiding influence on deep-rooted customs, beliefs, traditions, and folklore. Over 3,000 entries range from the common snail and earthworm to the deer and golden eagle, and are now preserved forever.

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At first glance, these two British books are very similar and include much of the same content, but each has a slightly different agenda. Neither is designed as an encyclopedic source of information ... Read full review

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