The Red Book: Vertebrates in Israel Amit Dolev

ISBN: 9789659046607

Published: January 31st 2004

Hardcover

318 pages


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The Red Book: Vertebrates in Israel  by  Amit Dolev

The Red Book: Vertebrates in Israel by Amit Dolev
January 31st 2004 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 318 pages | ISBN: 9789659046607 | 7.24 Mb

The Red Book is the guide that any and all lovers of wildlife require on their bookshelves. It charts Israels environment, listing in great detail the various endangered vertebrates that live in this remarkably small and impressively ecologicallyMoreThe Red Book is the guide that any and all lovers of wildlife require on their bookshelves. It charts Israels environment, listing in great detail the various endangered vertebrates that live in this remarkably small and impressively ecologically dense landscape.This diversity stems from its unique bio-geographical location- a bridge between the desert belt (Sahara-Arabia) and the Mediterranean region, with corridors to the dry tropics via the rift valley and to the heights of central Asia through the northern mountain chain.With over 30 freshwater fishes, 100 mammals, 100 reptilians, 160 pictures and 200 birds, this unique volume really provides a snap shot into the ever-present problems of the interaction between the wild and the urban.The Red Book is published by, the Israel Nature and Parks Authority and the Society for Protection of Nature in Israel.



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