Big Meg: The Story of the Largest and Most Mysterious Predator That Ever Lived

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$27.00  $25.11
Publisher
Atlantic Monthly Press
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.4 X 1.2 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780802162588

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About the Author
Tim Flannery is a scientist, explorer, and
conservationist. He has published more than 130 scientific papers and several
books, including the #1 international bestseller The Weather Makers, Throwim
Way Leg, Here on Earth, and Among the Islands. He was named Australian of the
Year in 2007, and from 2001 to 2013, he was Australia's Climate Commissioner.

Emma Flannery is a scientist and writer. She has
explored caves, forests and oceans across most of the globe's continents in
search of elusive fossils, animals and plants. Her research and writing on
geology, chemistry and palaeontology has been published in scientific journals,
children's books and a number of museum-based adult education tours.
Reviews

Praise for Tim Flannery:


"In the league of the all-time great explorers." - David Attenborough


"In an age of uncertainty, Tim Flannery offers us a compelling vision of hope." - TIME Magazine


"A climate-change communicator without peer in Australia -- and at a global level, he ranks alongside an élite few, such as Al Gore." - TIME


"Flannery, one of a new breed of planetary heroes, distilled the complex issue of global warming into a clear message." --Meg Lowman, Herald Tribune


"One of the world's greatest zoologists . . . who's probably discovered more new species than Darwin. He's a remarkable man." --Redmond O'Hanlon


"An exciting book, full of wonder, affection and hope." - Sunday Times on Europe


"Flannery is a writer who sneezes at political correctness and charges into the densely land-mined territory of the biological determinants of human behaviour." Washington Post on The Climate Cure