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by: Archer, Michael
Identification & information on: kangaroos, wallabies, potoroos, pademelons, wallaroos. Chapters on: The fossil records, the kangaroo in the wild, kangaroo & mankind, species of Australia & New Guinea, the kangaroo & the future. Great color photos. 263 pgs. Coffee-table size.
c. 1985, H/C...$120.00
New Condition, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited

Kangaroo Dreaming: An Australian Wildlife Odyssey
by: Kanze, Edward

A humorous walkabout through the flora, fauna, geography and history of Australia. Over a 9 month period the author chronicles his 25,000 mile drive around Australia, spending nearly all their time in wild places where wildlife abounds. 384 pgs.
c. 2000, H/C..$25.00

Kangaroos: Biology Of The Largest Marsupials
by: Terrence J. Dawson
This book of natural history covers kangaroo evolution, energetics, grazing habits, and classification. For each species, details are given on social organization, habitat, patterns of activity, population structure, reproductive biology and behavior, feeding characteristics, and environmental physiology. Also documented is the relationship between kangaroos and their human neighbors - both Aborinal and European. Color Photos, B/W Line Drawings, Charts, Graphs, Tables. 162 pages

Kangaroos: Myths & Realities
by: Wilson, Maryland & Croft, David
Australia's four largest species, the eastern & western grey kangaroo, the red kangaroo & the common wallaroo are the targets of killing for commerce in meat and hides (30 million killed from 1994-2003) and pest management control. The mindset is to treat them collectively as a problem species in spite of significant evolutionary, physiological, ecological and behavioural differences between them. Added to the ‘problem’ are a few wallaby species that are killed under the guise of pest management, especially in Tasmania. This book brings together esteemed scientists & animal advocates to argue against the killing of these "pests". Published by the Australian Wildlife Protection Council. Color photos. 264 pgs.
c. 2005, 3rd Ed, S/C...$22.50

Kangaroos: The Marvelous Mob
Domico, Terry

Highlights their life cycles, social habits and often controversial relationship with people. This book tells everything you would want to know about these remarkable creatures: the joey, mob behavior, species, conservation, hand-rearing, diet, reproductive behavior, social life. Over 130 full color photos. 202 pgs. 1993, H/C...$39.95
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: New

Kangaroos & Other Creatures From Down Under (Wild Wild World Of Animals)
by: Time Life TV

Information on the kangaroo, koala, phalanger, wombat, dingo, bandicoot, numbats, marspial carnivores, platypus, bat, echidna, reptiles, and birds of Australia. Based on the television series, Wild Wild World Of Animals.Color photos. 128 pgs.
c. 1977, H/C...$10.00
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Very Good

Kangaroos & Wallabies Of Australia (Green Guide)
by: Curtis, Lee K.

The most commonly asked questions about kangaroos & wallabies are answered in this handy pocket-size book, with particular emphasis on fascinating behavioral insights. Answers such questions as:what is the difference between a kangaroo & wallaby?, why do kangaroos hop?, are kangaroos dangerous?, do kangaroos really box?, what is a rock-wallaby?, can you have a pet kanagroo?, what is an alpha male?, what is a mob?, how do they breed?, how do kangaroos give birth?, why doesn't a joey fall out?, can culling cause extiction?, do kangarros eat meat?,what were prehistoric roos like?, and many many more. Filled with color photos on every page. Published in Australia. 96 pgs.
c. 2006, S/C...$17.95

Kangaroos In Outback Australia:
Comparative Ecology & Behavior of Three Coexisting Species

by: Dale R. & Yvette McCullough
This book focuses on the Yathong Nature Reserve, where three species of kangaroo overlap - The Red, Eastern Grey, and Western Grey. The authors spent 15 months in Yathong examining the comparative ecology and behavior of the different species. They characterize and compare the different species' population sizes, home ranges and movements, activity patterns, habitat selection, feeding behavior, and social organization. B/W photos, tables, charts and graphs. 308 pgs.

Koala Book
by: Sharp, Ann

Evolution, physical characteristics, distribution, life cycle, socialization.

Koalas: Australia's Ancient Ones
by: Phillips, Ken

For more than ten years, author Ken Phillips has helped rescue injured koalas. In this captivating volume, he blends their story with science and myths of the koala as trickster and wise spirit to provide an informative, moving tale of one of the world's oldest and most endearing species. 92 illustrations, most in full color. 155 pgs.
c. 1994, H/C, (Regualer Price $27.50)...$22.50
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Very good like new with dust jacket, name & date written in front cover

Koalas: The Little Australians We'd All Hate to Lose
by: Phillips, Bill

This well-illustrated and highly informative book is the culmination of a four year conservation program. It includes the latest intelligence on koalas, and traces the history of koalas in Australia. It explain their significance to the Aborigines in both mythological and practical terms, considers the industry which revolved around the trade in koala fur, and describes the animal's physical, physiological and social characteristics. Filled with color B/W & photos & illustrations. 104 pgs.

by: Phillips, Ninon
Full color plates of the paintings of one of Australia's foremost artists, along with text describes the koala's evolution, life cycle, habitat, & effects of European occupation. 20 pgs.
c.1969, H/C...$12.00
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Life of Marsupials
by: Tyndale-Biscoe, Hugh

One of the world's leading experts explores the biology and evolution of this unusal group - with their extraordinary diversity of forms around the world - in Australia, New Guinea and South America. Covers reproduction and development, opossums of the Americas, predatory marsupials of Australia, Bandicoots, Pygmy possums and sugar gliders, koalas, greater glider and possum, wombats and kangaroos. 442 pages, color and B/W photos and illustrations
c. 2005, H/C...$96.95

M. Domesticus (Guide For Raising the Short-Tailed Opossum)
by: Storer, Pat & Thomas, Betty
Captive husbandry of the short-tailed Opossum species of M. Domesticus. Including, taxonomic classification, definition of a marsupial, M. Domesticus in the wild - habitat, range, characteristics, socail habits, enemies, communication, behavior, intelligence - dentition, teats, skin, color & hair coat, feet, tail, males vs. females, in captivity - handling, housing, feeding, breeding, health considerations, licenses & permits, zoonoses, marketing, shipping, and more. B/W photos. 116 pgs.

Macropod Informational Exchange 2002
Notes, references, and information on macropods from the Macropod Informational Exchange held in Columbus, Ohio 2002. The conference was hosted by The International Kangaroo Society and the Ohio State University. Over 100 pages of information.
c. 2002, 3-ring Binder...$50.00

Macropods - Their Care, Breeding and the Rearing of Their Young (3rd Edition - 2018)
by: McCauley, David

This book was designed as a "How and Why Book," informing readers not only how to manage their macropods effectively but why their management should be conducted in a certain manner. Author David McCauley's focus in writing this book is to provide the proper information written in layman's terms but to also answer the questions a veterinarian would require in treating macropods in any medical situation. He also includes extensive technical information for the person conducting macropod research. Learning the practical and the scientific aspects of macropod care is where true understanding comes from.The author's intent is not to scare or steer people away from macropod ownership, but to inform and educate inexperienced and prospective macropod owners (and their veterinarians) so as to encourage responsible management and ownership. The book is designed to also serve as an easy and quick reference tool. A considerable amount of preventative medicine has also been incorporated into this book as an aid to effective management.
c. Updated, 2018, S/C... $67.99

Mammals Of Australia

Compiled by the Australian Museum from the National Photographic Index of Australian Wildlife, this is a magnificent photographic record, this book provides an account of every native species as well as introduced species now living in a wild state. Each specias account summarizes behavior & habitat, diet, reproduction & growth, & factors that lead to death. Covering everything that is know about an animal's current biology & survival status, the book presents detailed statistical information alongside the fascinating & peculiar details of the animals' lives. Color photos, range maps. 756 pgs.
c. 1995, H/C...$75.00
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Like New with dust jacket

Marsupial Nutrition
by: Hume, Ian D.
Discusses the ways in which marsupial's digestive systems and metabolism are designed to cope with foods as different as nectar and fungus, tree sap and perennial grasses, and insects and eucalypt foliage. Written for students in the area of zoology, nutrition, ecology, digestive physiology, wildlife biologists, and veterinarians. B/W photos, charts, graphs. 434 pgs.
c. 1999, S/C...$58.00

Marsupials & Monotremes Of Australia
by: Lyne, Gordon

Identification & short information on the platypus, echidna, marsupial mice, native cats & tiger cat, tasmanian devil & tasmanian tiger, numbat, bandicoots, wombat, possums, kangaroos, & koala, along with a chapter on conservation. Oustanding detail and accuracy of illustrations, drawn by Lyne. 72 pgs.
c. 1967, H/C...$45.00
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Very Good - inside excellent, dust jacket has small tears near top

Mitsuaki Iwago's Kangaroos
by: Iwago, Mitsuaki

A magnificent photographic portrait of the Red Kangaroo. The photos capture the strength and granduer of red kangaroos as they leisurely graze, box, leap across the terrain, and affectionately care for their young in the formidable environment of the harsh Australian outback. Beautiful Full-color photographs on every page. Over 100 pgs.
c. 1992, S/C...$19.95
Used, Out-Of-Print, Quantities Limited
Condition: Very Good, like new

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