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Flattened Fauna, Revised: A Field Guide to Common Animals of Roads, Streets, and Highways Paperback – September 1, 2006
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A classic field guide to the 36 most common species of roadside remains in North America. Includes descriptions and silhouetted illustrations of the top squashed avian, mammalian, reptilian, and amphibian species. Due to rabid interest from overseas, the expanded new edition includes global ramifications of international necrology.
About the Author
Roger M. Knutson is an author based in Charlevoix, Michigan. A retired biology professor, he now writes on nature and politics. He is the author of Flattened Fauna and Furtive Fauna.
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My personal favorite section of the book is where the author included black silhouette shapes of everything flattened, from snakes to birds. If you stop and look at real life 2D flattened fauna, you'll find that those sketches are pretty darned accurate!
This is definitely a 5-star offering for the biologist/naturalist in your life. As for normal people? They actually enjoy it quite a bit too!
Roger, thanks for the info and the smiles!