After Man

After Man

A Zoology of the Future

Book - 1981
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Humans falling by the wayside? Impossible! Or is it? Dougal Dixon answered that question 15 years ago with this fascinating "zoology of the future"--a survey in words and gorgeous illustrations of the animals who might take the place of humans. Provocative and utterly unique, this new edition of "After Man" entrances those who have marveled at the future visions of Michael Crichton. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: New York : St Martin's Press, 1981.
ISBN: 9780312011628
Characteristics: 124 pages :,illustrations (some color) ;,28 cm.


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Jul 11, 2011

This is a fascinating look at evolution, after humans have been wiped from the planet. Dougal Dixon has theorized what would happen to a variety of species, which would survive, evolving to take the place of the larger predators and herbivores that would die off with us. Beautifully illustrated this book is reminiscent of natural history books we all grew up with.

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