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Exploring the development and behaviour of wild cats, this book covers form and function, evolution and distribution. It also examines each species in detail, providing information on distinctive features such as sight, hearing, hunting techniques and locomotion. Part of the Of the World series.
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David Alderton is a noted writer on the living world. He is active internationally in conservation matters, especially CITES and its work on the protection of the world's threatened species.From School Library Journal:
YA-A broad, comprehensive overview of the world's wild felines. The first half of the book covers the animals' anatomy, way of life, and interaction with humans. The second half is a species-by-species look at the specific cats. A map and a description indicates where they can be found. The author's ecological concerns are evident throughout. The full-color photographs are detailed and intriguing and amount to perhaps a third of the book. Appendixes list conservationist groups and the taxonomy of the species and subspecies. The pages are almost of plate quality. A compact volume that contains a wealth of information for reports.
Claudia Moore, W.T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, VA
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