Tales of Extinction

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December 2001–January 2002, no. 237

A Gap in Nature: Discovering the world’s extinct animals by Tim Flannery and Peter Schouten

Text Publishing, $50 hb, 208 pp

Tales of Extinction

by
December 2001–January 2002, no. 237

It is too heavy to read in bed or on an aeroplane, too handsome to besmirch at the beach, would court disaster if tackled at the kitchen table, and there’s no room on my always-littered desk. It’s the sort of book that, in its size and splendour, is aimed at the coffee table. Yet volumes like this seem more at home on television, their contents rendered into documentaries introduced by David Attenborough.

Patrice Newell reviews 'A Gap in Nature: Discovering the world’s extinct animals' by Tim Flannery and Peter Schouten

A Gap in Nature: Discovering the world’s extinct animals

by Tim Flannery and Peter Schouten

Text Publishing, $50 hb, 208 pp

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