London: Collins, 1987. Octavo, laminated boards, colour plates by Bruce Pearson, foreword by Peter Scott, fine copy.
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London: Christopher Helm, 1990. Octavo, colour photographs and other illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper. Deals with history, natural history and conservation of these popular animals.
London: Croom Helm, 1985. Octavo, photographs, signature, softcover.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997. Octavo, paperback, The Black Rhino is on the edge of extinction because of the demand for rhino-horn. To deter rhino poachers, authorities in Namibia have decided to dehorn the remaining population.
Paris: Bale et Geneve, 1867. Octavo, uncoloured lithograph and six chromolithograph plates. Early quarter calf and marbled boards, fine copy.
London: Christopher Helm, 1990. Octavo, illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. Octavo, photographs, signature, dustwrapper. "[This] is a book for zoo people entering the twenty-first century because it synthesizes the theoretical and practical knowledge of wild mammals in captivity acquired so rapidly and abundantly in the last three decades.
London: George Allen and Unwin, 1984. Quarto, text illustrations, signature, a sound working set in slightly rubbed dustwrappers.
Crows Nest: Allen and Unwin, (2002. reprint). Octavo, colour plates, paperback. This is the enigmatic story of a biological riddle that confounded scientists for nearly ninety years, challenging theories of creationism, evolution and the classification of species along the way. Also available in hardcover [stock id 15518].
Helsinki: Finnish Zoological PUblishing Board, 1983. Octavo, maps, wrappers.
London: Hamish Hamilton, [1962. reprint). Quarto, colour photographs, worn dustwrapper, llibrary stamp.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994. Octavo, paperback, colour illustrations, signature.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, (1975. third edition). Quarto, two volumes, photographs, fine set in slipcase The great classic on the world's mammals and although superceded by the Lynx publication, still very useful. And cheap!