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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    Suzanne Kynaston,Paul Ward
  • ISBN:
    0713724951
  • ISBN13:
    978-0713724950
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  • Publisher:
    BLANDFORD (October 19, 1995)
  • Pages:
    191 pages
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    Biological Sciences
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Paul Ward and Suzanne Kynaston are mammal biologists based in the United Kingdom at Leeds University's Department of Pure and Applied Biology

Paul Ward and Suzanne Kynaston are mammal biologists based in the United Kingdom at Leeds University's Department of Pure and Applied Biology. They are involved in the study and teaching of animal behavior as well as being members of the Association for Study of Animal Behavior, the UK Mammal Society, The American Society of Mammalogists, and the International Carnivore Protection Society. Series: Of the World.

Bears of the World offers a picture that encompasses science, natural history and another deeper-almost spiritual-aspect of bears. Kynaston, Suzanne, 1971-. Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-187). Spirits of the wilderness - Classification, form and function - Evolution of bears - Food, feeding and energetics - Behaviour - Conservation - Glossary - Further reading.

Paul Ward, Suzanne Kynaston. Bears of the World explains why bears have meant so much to humans, from early in evolutionary history to the present. It looks at how bears were depicted in ancient mythology and religion. The primary focus is on introducing the living species; charting their evolutionary history; and showing how they live, what they eat, how they behave, and how they cope with their habitats. The interrelationship bears have with humans - their suffering at human hands and attempts at their conservation - is also explored.

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by Suzanne Kynaston and Paul Ward. Many of nature's most curious and intriguing creatures can be discovered in the extraordinary Of the World set. Loaded with crisp, full-color photographs that often astonish and amuse, the thirteen-volume set provides unique insights into the amazing diversity of species around the globe.

by Paul Ward, Suzanne Kynaston.

Wild Bears of the World (Of the World Series). by Paul Ward, Suzanne Kynaston. ISBN 9780816032457 (978-0-8160-3245-7) Hardcover, Facts on File, 1995.

According to Wild Bears of the Worlds, by Paul Ward and Suzanne Kynaston, human contact with bears has existed since the time of the Neanderthals and the European cave bear around 200,000 to 75,000 years ago. There is some evidence of cave bear worship during. There is some evidence of cave bear worship during these early years: between the years 1917 and 1922, Emil Bachler discovered a large stone Ward and Kynaston go on t. . by Paul Ward and Paul Ward and Suzanne Kynaston. 6pm Score deals on fashion brands. AbeBooks Books, art & collectibles. ACX Audiobook Publishing Made Easy.

In Wild Bears of the Worlds, by Paul Ward and Suzanne Kynaston, human contact with bears has existed since the time of the Neanderthals and the European cave bear around 200,000 to 75,000 years ago. There is some evidence of cave bear worship during these early years. There is some evidence of cave bear worship during these early years: between the years 1917 and 1922, Emil Bachler discovered a large stone chest. filled with cave bear skulls in the Drachenloch Cave, one of the Wildkirchli; between 1916 and 1922, Konrad Hormann found narrow niches filled with five cave bear skulls.