Synopses & Reviews
An enlightening history of how Europeans, through the introduction of a single species, changed Australia forever. Survivor of drought, fire, flood, diseases, predators, and poisonsthe humble rabbit might be small and attractive but it has irrevocably transformed Australia's environment and influenced the country's social, political, and cultural life.
A beautifully written, wonderfully entertaining history of the rabbit in Australia and the country's inventive attempts to thwart it.
About the Author
Brian Coman was a research scientist with the Victorian Department of Natural Resources for twenty-three years and has been a contributor to numerous book and journal publications.