by Farley Mowat
published by Houghton Mifflin
© 1996 by Farley Mowat
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With the dedicated reasearch and highly readable prose that are his
hallmarks, Farley Mowat painstakingly recounts the grim fate of the
wildlife of the North Atlantic seaboard after the arrival of European
man. This "howl of outrage" (Kirkus) chronicles how whales,
once one of the most complex and stable life forms on Earth, became
virtually eradicated; how great auks, numbering the hundreds of millions,
were driven extinct; how creatures as diverse as walruses and seals,
cod and cormorants, nearly suffered the same fate.
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