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The Rainforests : a celebration. by. Silcock, Lisa; Living Earth Foundation. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
This book is both a visual celebration of the world's rainforests and an impeccable scientific summary of how they operate.
200 full-color photographs.
WITH THE current war against the annihilation of tropical forests reaching its final battles, The Rainforests: A Celebration is almost a memorial of what a seething mass of life rainforests contain. Quite simply, they are the richest sources of life known on Earth. But unlike the current wave of disaster books and programmes, this book is a brief, readable scientific reminder of what makes the rainforests so special, drawn from several authorities on the biology, ecology and anthropology of the forests.
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This book is both a visual celebration of the world"s rainforests and an impeccable scientific summary of how they operate
This book is both a visual celebration of the world"s rainforests and an impeccable scientific summary of how they operate. Put together by an impressive team of international experts and photographers, it captures the extraordinary beauty and complexity of the rainforests and at the same time contains the most up-to-date information about them. Each chapter begins with an overview, and then examines a strand in the intricate web of life of which the forests are composed: plants, insects, reptiles, birds, and mammals
It is incredibly biodiverse (. many different species live there), and is home to one fifth of the world’s bird species, and one third of the world’s plant species.
It is incredibly biodiverse (.