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    Australia Gone Wild

    Australian Geographic's greatest animal stories
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    For more than 30 years, Australian Geographic has been showcasing Australia’s unique natural history through the words and images of the nation’s finest writers and photographers. This brand new 224-page hard cover compendium brings together over 40 of the best stories spanning the natural world from the smallest of invertebrates to the creatures that inhabit the waters that surround us to the largest of our marsupial mammals. Illustrated with hundreds of stunning Australian wildlife photos, this beautiful book will covers the stories of our unique Australian mammals and ecosystems, stories of loss and survival of various amazing species (such as the Tasmanian tiger, the kakapo, the night parrot and the Lord Howe Island phasmid), and tackle harder topics around introduced and feral species, as well as profile our bountiful oceans, and highlight different bird, reptile and inverterbrate species.

    Experience the power, mystique and beauty of Australian nature through the wildlife photographer’s lens -  The lush and unique photography in this book represents the best wildlife and nature stories from over 30 years of Australian Geographic - People are captivated by wild animals—by their strength and their size and by the things they do to stay alive - In the rich, fully illustrated pages you’ll discover 40 of the best stories spanning the natural world from the smallest of invertebrates to the creatures that inhabit the waters that surround us to the largest of our marsupial mammals – A perfect gift for residents and visitors





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