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Creatures of the Night

by Joe McDonald, Mary Ann McDonald

Creatures of the Night
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 This unique book offers a window into the lives of little-known and studied creatures and their remarkable behaviour and adaptations in order to optimise their ability to go about their business in the hours of darkness.

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