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Nature’s Connections

Nature's Connections

An absorbing account of the development of natural history from the earliest days of our distant ancestors to the very latest scientific research.

ISBN: 0565091441

Author: Nicola McGirr

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Nature’s Connections

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Nature’s Connections gives an absorbing account of natural history, written to enrich our understanding and enjoyment of the natural world. Nicola McGirr brings natural science to life with anecdotes and examples from today’s researchers, and fascinating contributions from celebrities. It's a unique overview of natural hisory, past, present and future. It is packed with stunning colour images reflecting the diversity of natural history and illustrating its impact on art, religion and culture and features lively contributions and interviews from leading scientists and celebrities.

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A fizzing intro to the interconnecting possibilities of life, the universe and everything'. BBC Wildlife Magazine

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Paperback, 255 x 225 mm, 216 pp, 2000, 0 565 09144 1. Published by the Natural History Museum.

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