This comprehensive guide to the mammals of Ontario features 78 species organized in seven major groups: hoofed mammals, whales, carnivores, rodents, hares and rabbits, bats, insectivores and opossums.
Each account includes authoritative and accessible information about distinguishing characteristics, habitat, food, young and similar species. The accounts also feature range maps and accurate illustrations, most of them by veteran nature illustrator Gary Ross.
Page Count: 216
Dimensions: 5.50" x 8.50"
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