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  • Do Turtles Really Breathe Out of Their Bums?by Noel Botham

    John Blake 2015; US$ 5.99

    Amaze your friends by telling them about shrimps so loud they can shatter glass and the world's most venomous frogs Did you know that the smelliest animal on earth can be smelled up to half a mile away? Do you want to know how much electricity is generated by an adult electric eel? Learn the answers to all these questions?and more! This book... more...

  • Where to See Birds in Victoriaby Tim Dolby; Penny Johns; Sally Symonds

    Allen & Unwin 2009; US$ 31.81

    A guide to finding birds in Victoria that is both a twitcher's bible and an indispensable handbook for anyone interested in Australia's wildlife. more...

  • Water Communitiesby Rajib Shaw; Danai Thaitakoo

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2010; US$ 114.95

    Water is the key to human civilization.  Most of the ancient civilization had its roots to river basins, where people-water interaction was the key aspect.  Due to innovations of knowledge and technology and modernization of lifestyles, the human-water direct contact has become less significant.  People have become more dependent to... more...

  • Commonwealth of Wingsby Pamela Alexander

    Wesleyan University Press 2010; US$ 12.99

    A Portrait of the Last Days of the American Wilderness more...

  • A Zoo in My Luggageby Gerald Durrell

    Penguin Books Ltd 1980; US$ 12.78

    The true and hilarious story of how Gerald Durrell and his wife set up their own zoo. Journeying to the Cameroons, he and his wife, helped by the renowned Fon of Bafut, managed to collect 'plenty beef.' Their difficulties began when they found themselves back at home, with Cholmondely the chimpanzee, Bug-Eye the bush-baby, and other founder members...... more...

  • At the Pondby Jane Gould

    Shell Education 2012; US$ 8.99

    This reader shows students how to compare quantities as they read about life in a pond. Students must count to find out how many plants or animals are in the photographs. Then students compare the quantities of two plants or animals. The text introduces the comparing terms: more, less, and equal. more...

  • Snakebittenby Kevin Markwell; Nancy Cushing

    UNSW Press 2010; US$ 31.95

    Before Steve Irwin, Alby Mangels, the Leyland Brothers and Harry Butler there was Eric Worrell. This book traces the life and times of Worrell, the original reptile danger man and naturalist, and the iconic tourist attraction he established on the NSW Central Coast in 1959, The Australian Reptile Park. With the assistance of a committed team of keepers,... more...

  • Niko's Natureby Hans Kruuk

    Oxford University Press 2003; US$ 35.99

    A charismatic naturalist, bird-watcher, teacher, artist, photographer, film-maker, and winner of the Nobel Prize, Niko Tinbergen was a prominent and influential scientist. Jointly with Konrad Lorenz, he laid the foundation for a new science, the biological study of animal behaviour. 'Ethology', and his talent for devising behaviour-testing... more...

  • A Country So Full of Gameby James J. Dinsmore; Mark Muller

    University of Iowa Press 1994; US$ 32.95

    Indian agent Joseph Street said it well in 1833 when he described his trip across Iowa: ?I had never rode through a country so full of game.? In the early 1800s Iowa's deep soil, free-flowing rivers and streams, and favorable climate had combined to produce the welcoming habitats that supported a surprising variety of animals. In his engaging, intelligent... more...

  • Snijburchtby Laurens de Rooy

    Amsterdam University Press 2011; US$ 38.75

    Snyburg was de bijnaam van het Amsterdamse theatrum anatomicum (tegenwoordig De Waag) op de Nieuwmarkt, waar anatomen als Frederik Ruysch de geheimen van het menselijk lichaam blootlegden. Maar het statige Ontleedkundig Laboratorium dat in 1909 aan de Mauritskade verrees, zou de naam ?snijburcht? zeker niet minder hebben verdiend. Deze universitaire... more...