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Darwin: The man, his great voyage, and his Theory of Evolution
John van Wyhe
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Title: Darwin: The man, his great voyage, and his Theory of Evolution
Author: John van Wyhe
Published Year: 2018
Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
Dimensions: 19.05 x 1.91 x 24.77 cm
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Astonishing… It seems somehow to tip the natural world upside down ― Observer
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David Attenborough’s “The Living Planet” is a fully updated narrative edition of his seminal biography exploring the intricate lives of plant and animal species thriving or surviving within every extreme climate and habitat on Earth. Attenborough’s curiosity and enthusiasm illuminate the extraordinary adaptations of these species, from fish that walk to flightless birds that graze like deer. The book showcases their interdependence and ingenuity in contriving a living within their habitats. The updated edition includes the most recent discoveries of ecology and biology, a full-color 64-page photography section, and addresses the urgent issues facing our living planet, such as climate change, pollution, and mass extinction of species.
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