BatsBook - 1992
M. Brock Fenton, a noted bat ecologist and researcher, cleverly details a myriad of aspects about this often misunderstood mammal. In this thoroughly updated edition, the book presents more than 75 species illustrated in full color and features many others depicted in concise line drawings or black & white photographs.Topics addressed in detail include: origins and evolution, their senses, diet, roosts and habitats, hibernation, reproduction, complex social organization, the truth about vampire bats, myths and facts about bats and public health and bat conservation. ..".covers all kinds of bats from a worldwide perspective, all aspects of their lives, and their relationship with humans. The many color photographs and illustrations help make this an attractive, interesting, and informative volume." (Library Journal)
Publisher: New York : Facts on File, c1992.
Characteristics: xvi, 207 p. :,ill. (some col.), maps ;,32 cm.
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