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"In this enchanting book, Reichholf opens our eyes and lets us take an expert look at the world of squirrels, a beautiful place, welcoming to humans and animals alike."
Few animals can be observed in parks, forests or even in the garden as easily as squirrels. These small rodents are very good at showing us the way towards the natural world, from which we are moving ever further away.
Josef H. Reichholf, born in 1945, is an evolutionary biologist and ecologist. He was head of the vertebrate section of the Zoologische Staatssammlung (State Zoological Collection) in Munich and taught Ecology and Nature Conservation at the Technische Universität in the same city. He was awarded the Treviranus Medal, the highest honour awarded to German biologists, and in 2007 he received the Sigmund Freud Prize for scientific prose. He lives in Bavaria.
Release date 2021
Dimensions: cm 15 x 22,5