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  • The Passenger Pigeon
    The Passenger Pigeon by Errol Fuller

    This stunningly illustrated book tells the astonishing story of North America's Passenger Pigeon, a bird species that – like the Tyrannosaur, the Mammoth, and the Dodo – has become one of the great icons of extinction. The Passenger Pigeon features rare archival images as well as haunting photos of live birds.

    Paperback £22.95 Buy Now
  • Extinct Birds
    Extinct Birds by Julian Hume, Errol Fuller
    Hardback £60.00 Buy Now
  • Mammoths: Giants of the Ice Age
    Mammoths: Giants of the Ice Age by Errol Fuller

    Complete mammoths lie frozen in the icy wastes of Siberia, and from time to time one is exposed as the temperature and conditions change. This provides excellent specimens that inform us how they lived and died. Illustrations, 48pp. 2004

    Hardback £5.95 Buy Now
  • The Great Auk: The Extinction of the Original Penguin
    The Great Auk: The Extinction of the… by Errol Fuller

    Since the total vanishing of the species, the Great Auk has become an icon of extinction alongside the Dodo, the Passenger Pigeon and the Moa. More than any other extinct bird, the Great Auk has been prized as a trophy, and all its attributes, from its eggs to the oral history of its demise, have been voraciously collected until fairly recently. This book recounts the tale of destruction and reminds us what we, as a species, have done and are still doing to the world around us.

    Hardback £5.95 Buy Now
  • The Dodo; Extinction in Paradise
    The Dodo; Extinction in Paradise by Errol Fuller

    The story of the Dodo is a classic of evolution and extinction to equal, in fascination, that of the dinosaur or the sabre toothed tiger. Unlike these, the Dodo was the first recorded example of extinction, in all probability, entirely caused by humans. Humankind coexisted with the Dodo between 1598 and 1681, and then the Dodo was gone, hunted to extinction, unable to escape the new predators that arrived in ships on their isolated island later known as Mauritius. Explores the science, mythology, history, archaeology, and legend, along with the Dodo's place in art and literature.

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  • The Great Auk
    The Great Auk by Errol Fuller

    Not reliably seen since 1844 and only now known from museum specimens, this remarkable bird has become one of the great icons of extinction.The book includes chapters on every aspect of the Great Auk's natural - and unnatural - history with special sections on its life cycle and the years during which it dwindled to extinction. More than 200 colour plates a similar number of b/w plates and dramatic photos of the lonely islands it once inhabited.

    Paperback £40.00 Buy Now

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