Library Journal - Library JournalThis new entry repeats the attractive oversized format used in such previous volumes in the series as The Audubon Society Book of Insects by Les Lee et al. ( LJ 7/83). Four to six text pages on heavy paper stock are interleaved be tween sections of liberally captioned color photographs on glossy paper. Eleven chapters focus on genetically or regionally related groups of animals such as tigers, lions, pumas, bobcats, and various small, lesser known wild cats, whose habitat, behavior, and con servation status are briefly described. The book devotes five pages to photo credits and biographical notes on the 48 photographers responsible for taking its 130 color illustrations. This beautifully designed volume is a rich source of pic tures of unusual wild cats. Laurie Tynan, Huntingdon Cty. Lib., Pa.
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