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With nearly 1,000 species worldwide, bats constitute one of the largest groups of mammals. They are also the world's only truly flying mammals and can form colossal aggregations. Yet despite their vast numbers and a wide distribution between the Arctic Circle and the tip of South America, we have only recently begun to understand much about their lives and their remarkable mastery of the night skies. This intriguing study contains a fascinating collection of photographs gathered from around the world. Its text conveys all the latest research about the lifecycles, conservation, and extraordinary qualities of these too often misunderstood creatures.

Synopsis:

This top-selling series introduces the wild creatures of the world and examines the natural world. Good general introductions for ages 10+, these volumes contain the knowledge, personal experiences, and research of leading naturalists and scientists, accompanied by stunning photography. Unless otherwise noted (*), all volumes are sturdy paperback.

Synopsis:

Voyageur Naturally is your one-stop resource for books about nature and country sports. We have one of the largest selections available for both young adult and adult readers. Zoos and aquariums, natural history museums, gift shops, sporting book retailers, and other booksellers all appreciate the depth and quality of our series and our commitment to providing up-to-date information from leading naturalists and scientists.

Details some of the best-known and most unusual bats and their patterns and biology.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780896585003
Author:
Hutson, Tony
Author:
Hutson, Anthony Michael
Publisher:
Voyageur Press
Location:
Stillwater, MN
Subject:
Wildlife
Subject:
Mammals
Subject:
Bats
Subject:
General House & Home
Subject:
Animals - Mammals
Subject:
Nature Studies-Mammals
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Worldlife Library
Series Volume:
#11
Publication Date:
20031214
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
72
Dimensions:
8.66x9.85x.32 in. .80 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by ,
This top-selling series introduces the wild creatures of the world and examines the natural world. Good general introductions for ages 10+, these volumes contain the knowledge, personal experiences, and research of leading naturalists and scientists, accompanied by stunning photography. Unless otherwise noted (*), all volumes are sturdy paperback.
"Synopsis" by , Voyageur Naturally is your one-stop resource for books about nature and country sports. We have one of the largest selections available for both young adult and adult readers. Zoos and aquariums, natural history museums, gift shops, sporting book retailers, and other booksellers all appreciate the depth and quality of our series and our commitment to providing up-to-date information from leading naturalists and scientists.

Details some of the best-known and most unusual bats and their patterns and biology.

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