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Fossils The Key to the Past Richard Fortey Price 27.50 This thorough introduction to the world of paleontology has been completely revised and updated reflecting changes in the ways that fossils are viewed and interpreted. Using the fluid writing style that made Trilobite Eyewitness to Evolution such a success Dr. Fortey brings the study of fossils into the 21st century. Platypus The Extraordinary Story of How a Curious Creature Baffled the World Ann Moyal Price 21.95 Few of the monotremes admirers have seen one in the wild fewer still know the key roles platypuses have played in theories of evolution. . . . Moyala historian of science based in Canberra Australiasets out to tell us all this and more in a cleanly written tome combining scientific curiosities with narrative history. Publishers Weekly A Gap in Nature Tim Flannery and Peter Schouten Price 69.99 A haunting look at 103 extinct species. This book is as close as we will ever get to these irretrievable animals and it is highly recommended for all libraries. Nancy Bent Booklist. Galpagos Smithsonian Natural History Series John Kircher Price 19.95 The Galpagos Islands are a paradise for birders botanists geologists and snorkelers with many islands still devoid of human habitation. John Kircher a renowned ecologist and Galpagos ecotour guide presents a detailed natural history of this spectacular archipelago. He looks at the amazing diversity of life found here from flamingos to penguins and explains the fascinating geology of these remote islands. Books available at the ABC Museum of Natural History