Murie, Olaus J. Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Bound in green cloth with a blind-stamped cover. Gilt letters on the spine. Occasional black & white illustrations throughout. The balance of nature is a balance of animal and plant ecosystems. Changes in the systems create interesting and unpredictable results. This book discusses some of those interesting questions such as, Why is the US Government airlifting beavers to mountain streams? Is America threatened by a plague of rabbits?
1961. HB. Alfred A. Knopf, NY. vii, (1), 329, vii, (2)pp. Illustrated by Olaus Murie. ”...ramifications of change as it affects animal life. Shows the degree to which man is now calling the tune for organaic evolution and is directing his own future. ” X-lib. book with usual card and stamps. Crisp contents. Cloth boards with 2 corners and spine ends lightly bumped. Environment. Nonfiction. Fair #1187.
258 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Fair condition. Cover has dirt marks and stains. NATURE. A close look at life and nature. How changes affecting one species may ultimately affect another species with which it has no direct or obvious contact. (Key Words: Nature, Animals, Plants, Trees, Land, Life).
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