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The Sixth Extinction: Biodiversity and Its Survival By Richard E. Leakey

The Sixth Extinction: Biodiversity and Its Survival
by Richard E. Leakey

Over the last 530 million years there have been five mass extinctions of species, the last 65 million years ago, when the dinosaurs disappeared. This book argues that the biodiversity of our planet may now be on the verge of a sixth extinction, caused this time by human expansion.

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The Sixth Extinction: Biodiversity and Its Survival Summary


A Brilliant explanation and celabration of "biodiversity",informed by the personal and first-hand experience of the world-famous scientist.

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GOR001710549
The Sixth Extinction: Biodiversity and Its Survival
Richard E. Leakey
Very Good
Hardback
Orion Publishing Co
1996-02-12
288
0297817337
9780297817338
N/A
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