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The Darwinian Tourist: Viewing the World Through Evolutionary Eyes

by Christopher Wills
£18.99   hardback  Oxford University Press (2010)

The Darwinian Tourist: Viewing the World Through Evolutionary Eyes by Christopher Wills * Features stunning colour illustrations and photographs of the living world and exotic wildlife
* Unravels compelling stories of our evolutionary history and the effect on the living world and present-day diversity
* Written by an experienced evolutionary biologist with an engaging writing style
* Features the real-life experiences of a practising biologist
* Takes the reader on an exploration of the evolutionary forces that have shaped our environment and natural world
In this magnificently illustrated book, Christopher Wills takes us on a series of adventures. From the underwater life of Indonesia's Lambeh Strait to a little valley in northern Israel, to an earthquake in the coral reef off the island of Yap and the dry valleys of western Mongolia, Wills demonstrates how ecology and evolution have interacted to yield the world we live in.

ISBN 13: 9780199584383 | ISBN 10: 0199584389

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