'A World in One Cubic Foot' by David Liittschwager - Friends of the Earth reviews this stunning new book celebrating portraits of #biodiversity. http://www.foe.co.uk/green_blog/one_cubic_foot_38237.html
Natures Patchwork Quilt- "Learning about the diversity of habitats for and interconnectedness of living things." This book covers biodiversity, niche, food chain, adaptation, domestication, and extinction.
Are there monsters in the sea? The Future of Life on Earth explains how many of the living things on Earth are still to be found and described. The book looks at the things that affect biodiversity and what our world might look like in years to come. It tackles common confusions about the science and shows how topics are relevant to the reader.
Extinction Squad.Join daredevil scientist Chuck Darwin's elite team of zoological defenders and embark on a globe-trotting adventure to rescue endangered animals from extinction. Dodos, gorillas, pandas, lions and more are GOING TO DIE unless you catch them with your official Extinction Squad trampoline and bounce them to safety. Miss and they will be nothing but bloody smears on the ground...and footnotes in the natural history books.
The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by elizabeth kolbert: a major book about the future of the world, blending intellectual and natural history and field reporting into a powerful account of the mass extinction unfolding before our eyes : absolutely outstanding. made me cry for the earth, flora and fauna several times