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It’s hard to imagine life without the visual world upfront and centre. But, as the new exhibition at the Natural History Museum, London shows, there is a wide variety of fauna that are entirely comfortable operating in the darkness
by Patrick Winn • Icon Books • £14.99 (paperback)
by Mark Nelson • UA Press • £21.99 (paperback)
by Ed Douglas and John Beatty • Vertebrate Publishing • £19.95 (paperback)
by Tristan Gooley • Sceptre Books • £20 (hardback)
by Adam Weymouth • Particular Books • £16.99 (hardback)

HOW DEMOCRACY ENDS

by David Runciman • Profile Books • £14.99 (hardback)
Blockbuster dinosaur sequel asks probing questions about humans’ ethical responsibilities towards ‘nature’, but does it deliver any answers?

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