Remarkable creatures: epic adventures in the search for the origins of species.
London: Quercus, 2009.
Octavo, paperback, 331 pp. black and white photographs.
Tells the stories of the most dramatic and important discoveries in two centuries of natural history - starting with Darwin's pioneering studies, to Alexander von Humboldt's epic journeys in South America and right up to the hi-tech genome-reading projects making headlines today. The book explains how each development has contributed to the evolution revolution.