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Describes the physical characteristics of crustaceans, along with their habitats, behaviors, methods of moving around, feeding habits, and life cycles. Various species are highlighted including lobsters and crabs.
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Daniel Gilpin studied Zoology at Bristol University before becoming a professional writer. He is now one of Britain's most respected natural history authors. Daniel has written more than 30 books and contributed to several encyclopedias. He has also written numerous articles for part-works and magazines. Daniel's work has been published in Europe, North America, and Asia, with some titles translated into several different languages. This is his third book about fish and his sixth about aquatic life as a whole.Review:
In 48 pages each of these five volumes from the Animal Classification series manage at least a brief mention and illustration of a full range of both common and obsure invertebrate groups, from sponges to tunicates. The emphasis in each volume is descript --Science Books & Films
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