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3.0 out of 5 stars Good at what it does, 2 July 2012
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This review is from: Cronin's Key Guide to Australian Mammals (Paperback)
It is important to know what you are getting. If you are after a field guide Menkhorst and Knight's 'A field guide to the mammals of Australia' is more comprehensive and more succinct than this book is, and has better illustrations. Where Cronin's guide scores is in the information it gives on each species covered, going beyond the conventional field guide to give information on diet, behaviour and development of the young. Another weakness of the book is in the species covered. Introduced species such as red fox, domestic cat and rabbit have devastated Australia's mammals, but are not covered. However, if you are looking for an introductory guide to marsupials, monotremes and other native mammals you could do far worse.
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Cronin's Key Guide to Australian Mammals by Leonard Cronin (Paperback - 1 Jan. 2008)
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