By Steve Edwards - Published on Jan. 12, 2021
In April 2014, Steve and Jackie visited Trinidad. As well as celebrating Steve's 60th birthday, the target was to see an Oilbird, arguably the world's most unusual bird species, it being a nocturnal, echo-locating, frugivorous cave-dweller. Not surprisingly, the species belongs to a monotypic family. As well as succeeding in this, a most unexpected discovery was made during the week - a specimen of the extraordinary Velvet Worm (aka Peripatus), which scientists have long believed to be a "living fossil", a kind of evolutionary missing link between Annelid worms and Arthropods.
21x29.7 cm / 8.3x11.7 in
38 pages
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