Sahara. The Life of the Great Desert

A glittering geographic tour of the remarkable history,peoples, creatures,sights and sounds of the largest and most austere desert on earth. Ten thousand years ago,the Sahara was a temperate grassland-petrified trees mark where forests used to stand,and former river beds are rich in the petrified bones of hippos,elephants,zebras,buffalo and gazelles.Then a slight shift in the earth’s axis transformed in into the greatest desert in the world with astonishing speed.

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H/b in v/g clean and sharp boards,also in a v/g illustrated d/w.size 9×6 pp X+326,inc.index,bibliography,notes to text,page maps,small illustrations throughout taken from reproduced b/w photographic prints,with maps to both front and back end-papers.No foxing,staining or browning.Hinges strong.Binding tight ( suggest unread) Internally and externally clean and bright throughout. Almost as new copy.

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