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  • Mokele-mbembeby Rick Emmer

    Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 32.95

    According to local legend, a modern-day African dinosaur called Mokele-mbembe lurks in the murky waters of the Congo Basin rainforest. This elephant-sized version of Diplodocus kills hippos, elephants, and humans that invade its territory in Lake Tele and vine-choked Likouala Swamp. Many cryptozoological expeditions have been conducted in this inhospitable... more...

  • Megalodonby Rick Emmer

    Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 39.54

    Presents evidence for and against the continued existence of Megalodon, a giant prehistoric cousin of the great white shark, thought to be extinct, and includes information on past and current sightings. more...

  • Dragonflyby John Woodward

    Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 36.00

    Dazzling in appearance, dragonflies have long captured the imagination of people in various cultures. In this volume, dozens of full-color photographs enable readers to learn about the needs, life cycle, and food preferences of these long-bodied insects. more...

  • When Man is the Preyby Michael J. Tougias

    St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 27.99

    Since we humans have evolved into the dominant species on this planet, we sometimes fail to recognize--and respect--the ever-present threat posed by the animals we love or fear, hunt or fight to protect. Many of nature's most lethal residents have combative skills that have been honed by millions of years of adaptive survival, and it takes only a... more...

  • The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China II (2 vols)by Brian Morton

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 2010; US$ 128.00

    A collection of papers presented to the Second International Workshop which reports the most recent research findings on the molluscan fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China. more...

  • The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China III (3 vols)by Brian Morton

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 1994; US$ 96.00

    This is a collection of 22 papers presented at the Third International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China held at the Swire Marine Laboratory on 13 April to 1 May 1992. The topics cover taxonomy, anatomy, behaviour and ecology. more...

  • Jeremy and Amyby Jeremy Keeling

    Short Books 2010; US$ 10.99

    Jeremy Keeling first met Amy, an abandoned orang-utan, when he was looking after the private menagerie of music impresario Gordon Mills. Amy had been born to an orang-utan with no maternal instincts and Jeremy, feeling a connection with the rejected primate, hand-reared her. A friendship was forged that would become the defining relationship of both... more...

  • My Animal Lifeby Maggie Gee

    Saqi 2011; US$ 8.74

    How do you become a writer, and why? Maggie Gee's journey starts a long way from the literary world in a small family in post-war Britain. At seventeen, Maggie goes, a lamb to the slaughter, to university. From the 1960s onwards she lives the defining events of her generation: the coming of the Pill and sexual freedom, tremors in the British layer-cake... more...