Dragons in Amber: Further Adventures of a Romantic Naturalist

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vi
  • Foreword vii
  • Part One - RECORDS IN STONE 1
  • 1: the Tears of the Heliades 3
  • 2: the Secret of the Blue Earth 23
  • 3: Footprints in Red Sandstone 53
  • 4: the Dragon from the Lias Epsilon 69
  • 5: the Mammal from the Permafrost 96
  • Part Two - THE LAST OF THEIR KIND 127
  • 6: the Story of the Milu 129
  • 7: Stronghold of the Pandas 138
  • 8: A Bird Known as Takahe 155
  • 9: Clreen Fossil 168
  • 10: the Forest of the Dinosaurs 182
  • 11: the Forest of the Dinosaurs 204
  • Part Three - WANDERERS ACROSS THE PLANET 219
  • 12: the Story of the Fish Anguilla 221
  • 13: the Return of a Native 239
  • 14: Wanderers Across the Planet. 267
  • 15: the Islands of Adventive Fauna 295
  • Index 321
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