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Poyser Species Monograph: Penguins

by Lloyd Spencer Davis, Martin Renner

Poyser Species Monograph: Penguins
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Penguins are associated in the public consciousness with the icecap of the South Pole. However, several species occur in warmer regions further north, in Southern Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand and even the Galapagos. This book looks at all aspects of penguin evolution, biology, ecology and sociobiology, as well as conservation issues.

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