Killer Whale by Carol Inskipp


Killer Whale by Carol Inskipp

A superb series that highlights the plight of animals that are endangered or threatened by extinction. Each book examines the lifestyle of the animal and why it is considered endangered or threatened. The human involvement in the threat to these animals or their habitat is discussed, and the conservation efforts being made to avoid extinction are detailed. There is also further information on sustainable development and how the reader can become involved in saving the animals. Including a world map showing areas inhabited by the animal and statistics of the animal population so rate of decline can be seen, it features case studies of specific groups of animals and people involved in their conservation

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48 pages


Carol Inskipp
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Publication date

26th September 2005



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