FIELD GUIDE TO ANIMAL ADAPTATION:  new book by Lee Fearnside

TO BE RELEASED JUNE 2020

Given the changes in our climate and growth in human population, animals are increasingly forced to adapt to human behavior in unexpected ways. Whether it’s crocodiles using pool noodles as flotation devices, coyotes becoming more nocturnal to avoid people, or a huddle of walruses sinking a research vessel that invaded their territory, animals are figuring our how to navigate the world we have created. The Field Guide to Animal Adaptation, which identifies and illustrates 16 examples of this phenomenon, providing both hope and despair for the coexistence of people and animals in the future.

Walrus

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Mountain Goat

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Coyote

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American Crocodile

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Wildebeest

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American Crow

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CONTACT: Lee Fearnside

401-338-6433 or leefearnside@gmail.com

https://www.chimeraprojects.art



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