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Lost Animals: Extinction and the Photographic Record [Hardcover]

Errol Fuller
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a remarkable collection of photos Daily Express Mildly saddening while also fascinating Sport valuable...this brings together extraordinary photographs of now-extinct species The Guardian ...highlight[s] the spectre of extinction. Sunday Express ...rare and remarkable images that reveal the last days of some of the planet's most iconic extinct creatures. The Lady a striking collection of photos Science Uncovered

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"The species accounts are engaging, and I can truthfully say that I learned something in every case. The photographs are fascinating and sobering."--Luke Hunter, author of Carnivores of the World

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About the Author

Since 1987, when he published the first edition of his seminal Extinct Birds, Errol Fuller has been the world's number one authority on extinct birds. An author and artist, Fuller's many titles include a breathtaking monograph on The Great Auk (2000) and Dodo - From Extinction To Icon (2002). His last book was a stunning review of the Birds of Paradise, co-authored with Sir David Attenborough.
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