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Illustrated World Encyclopedia of Animals, Birds and Fish of the British Isles : A Natural History and Identification Guide with over 450 Native Species from England, Ireland, Scotland and Walesby Jackson, Tom
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This guide provides information about British habitats and the creatures found in them. It details the physiology and anatomy of each species, together with information on their ecology and evolution, their senses, survival and reproductive habits. There is also discussion about the conservation of wildlife. Animals, birds and fish are listed in separate directories, and entries are illustrated with accurate watercolour artworks. There is a quick-glance information box for each featured creature plus accompanying commentaries, which have been provided by expert naturalists and include tips for identification and notes on the species' behaviour.