LIFE IN A SHELL: A PHYSIOLOGIST’S VIEW OF A TURTLE

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LIFE IN A SHELL: A PHYSIOLOGIST’S VIEW OF A TURTLE

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LIFE IN A SHELL: A PHYSIOLOGIST’S VIEW OF A TURTLE by Donald C. Jackson, Hardcover, 192 pages, Harvard University Press, $29.95 plus $6.00 S&H

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Trundling along in essentially the same form for some 220 million years, turtles have seen dinosaurs come and go, mammals emerge, and humankind expand its dominion. Is it any wonder the persistent reptile bested the hare? In this engaging book physiologist Donald Jackson shares a lifetime of observation of this curious creature, allowing us a look under the shell of an animal at once so familiar and so strange.
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