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Galapagos Wildlife: An Introduction to Familiar Species (Pocket Traveller)by James Kavanagh
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The Galapagos Tortoise and the Flightless Cormorant are two of the better known species on this archipelago. Four ecological zones offer an array of unusual species to view and identify. Galapagos Wildlife is an essential guide for the eco-tourist visiting this archipelago. Color illustrations highlight familiar birds, mammals, reptiles, fishes and insects. Created and printed in the USA, this guide was updated in 2012 with a new cover design and updated species selection. Durable and lightweight, it conveniently folds to fit into a pocket when you want to reach for your water bottle, camera or binoculars. This is the one to take on your next eco-adventure!
An essential guide for eco-tourists visiting this archipelago, this copiously illustrated exploration highlights the species of birds, mammals, reptiles, fishes, and insects indigenous to the Galapagos Islands. Laminated for durability, it is ideal for field use by novices and experts alike.
Galapagos Wildlife is an essential guide for the eco-tourist visiting this archipelago. Color illustrations highlight the commonly observed marine life, reptiles, birds and insects. An excellent tool for straightforward species identification, this guide is folded for convenience and printed on weatherproof material for durability.
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James Kavanagh has written over 450 pocket guides to nature, travel, science and languages that have sold over 4.5 million copies worldwide.
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