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By Rudolf Malkmus, Ulrich Manthey, Gernot Vogel, Peter Hoffmann, Joachim Kosuch

ISBN-10: 3904144839

ISBN-13: 9783904144834

Гора Кинабалу, при высоте 4095 м являющаяся наиболее высокой точкой Малайского архипелага, обладает одним из наиболее высоких в мире разнообразием животных и растений. Эта книга представляет современное и полностью иллюстрированное обобщение знаний о герпетофауне данной горы, характеризуя seventy seven видов амфибий и 112 видов рептилий. Она базируется как на результатах обширных полевых исследований, проведенных автором, так и на информации ранее опубликованных работ.
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