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Living Animals of the World, Volume 1: Mammals

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Living Animals of the World, Volume 1: Mammals offers an extensive look into the diverse world of mammals. From tiny shrews to majestic elephants, this book covers a wide range of species with detailed descriptions and beautiful photographs.

The book is well-organized, with each section dedicated to a specific order or family of mammals. This makes it easy to navigate and find information on a particular species. The writing is clear and informative, making it accessible to readers of all ages.

One of the highlights of this book is the stunning photography. The images are vibrant and engaging, bringing these animals to life on the page. The inclusion of range maps and conservation status information adds depth to the book and highlights the importance of protecting these amazing creatures.

Overall, Living Animals of the World, Volume 1: Mammals is a fantastic resource for anyone interested in the world of mammals. Whether you're a casual animal lover or a budding biologist, this book is sure to educate and inspire. Highly recommended!

Book Description:
The Living Animals of the Natural World, subtitled "a popular Natural History", proposed to present the most updated version of the wonders of the Animal World in a new and clearer form. It used photography instead of the traditional illustrations of the life of beasts, birds, fishes, insects, corals, and the subjects photographed were obtained from every part of the world, many of them from the most distant islands of the Southern Ocean, the great barrier reef of Australia, the New Zealand hills, the Indian jungle, the South African veldt, and the rivers of British Columbia. But not only the illustrations were important, since the attention given to the descriptive portion of the work was also meticulous, and the Editor had the assistance of specialists, eminent alike in the world of science and practical discovery. The result is a very thorough picture of human knowledge of the animal world at the time of publication, in 1902.

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