Singapore Biodiversity: An Encyclopedia Of The Natural Environment
This is a magnificently illustrated and superbly written guide to the unique and simply astounding biodiversity of Singapore. Singapore is home to an astounding diversity of life - from the bizarre looking Antlion to the engagingly named Slipper Limpet, and from the endangered Banded Leaf Monkey to the ocean dwelling Zebra Shark. This superbly illustrated volume - written by the foremost authorities on the natural environment of Singapore and based on the latest data and fieldwork - features 23 essays exploring the concepts of biodiversity, ecosystems, and sustainability, and describes more than 40,000 non-microbial species that make up the island's unique biodiversity. With its more than 2,000 full-colour photographs, illustrations and maps, engaging and informative text, this is a must-have volume for anyone interested in the astonishing variety of wildlife found in Singapore.
- Hardback | 496 pages
- 232 x 288 x 50mm | 3,050g
- 28 Oct 2011
- Didier Millet, Csi
- Singapore, Singapore
- over 2, 000 photos, illustrations & maps