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During the past two centuries, over seventy European and American women (and a New Zealander) – including queens, a poet, missionaries, novelists, a photo-journalist and a Flamenco dancer who married a Sikh raja – have deployed their pens, pencils, brushes and cameras to capture the essence of the Sikhs.
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Discover how categorisation has shaped our view of the natural world with How Zoologists Organize Things. The book unveils wild truths and even wilder myths about animals, as perpetuated by zoologists - revealing how much more there is to learn, and unlearn.