David Burnie studied zoology and botany at the University of Bristol in England, and has worked as a nature reserve ranger and biologist. He has written and contributed to many award-winning books and multimedia titles, and has acted as a consultant and scriptwriter for many natural history programmes. He is an avid birdwatcher, botanist and bughunter. .
Navigate your way through a fantastic range of subjects with this visually spectacular new series. Every spread is brimming with lively text, amazing photographs and artworks, and weblinks and quotes. Panels throughout offer focused information on specific topics. Mammals live on every continent, and in every environment on Earth. Take a journey that spans the globe, and examines mammals' incredible diversity and adaptation for survival. Join a pack of wolves on their chase for prey across a wintry landscape, glide through an underwater kelp forest with otters and sea lions, and shrink down into the miniature underground world of burrowing rodents. Special features and links throughout the book draw connections to related media for further exploration, and cutting-edge visual design ensures that this book will hold the attention of even the most sophisticated reader.