"The quixotic quest at the heart of Carnivorous Nights is more than just endearing and engrossing, it's inspiring." JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER "Alexis Rockman and the thylacine are two of the most fascinating critters that have ever prowled the woods of Tasmania or the galleries and basketball courts of New York. Put them together, and you're off on a roaring adventure." DAVID QUAMMEN author of The Song of the Dodo: Biogeography in the age of extinctions"
About the Author
Naturalists MARGARET MITTELBACH and MICHAEL CREWDSON have joined forces on numerous articles for the New York Times and other publications, employing their dry wit and off-kilter sensibilities to reveal nature in the strangest places. Their previous book, Wild New York, uncovered the city's unsung wonders. They give frequent talks and lectures, and live in Brooklyn.