The Snouters: Form and Life of the Rhinogradesby Harald Stumpke, Leigh Chadwick (Translator), Gerolf Steiner (Epilogue by)
In 1941 a Swedish prisoner made one of the most startling discoveries of the twentieth century: the existence of an entirely new order of mammals, the rhinogrades. Commonly called 'snouters, ' their chief characteristic is their extraordinary development and variegated nose. In a tragic nuclear accident, the last living rhinogrades were annihilated. Fortunately, the papers of Dr. Harald Stumpke has survived and can at last be available to the English-speaking world.
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