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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Now You Can Discover A! Here is your first complete guide to the drama and excitement of Canada's natural history the almost unbelievable siory of how molten lava and then gigantic glaciers carved out our land of how dinosaurs, elephants and camels once roamed the plains of the life and death of our mountains rivers lakes and coastline and of how every living thing in this great land still battles for survival. You may never before have explored the world of nature. Take a few minutes to dip into your Free Book and you will find it is full of mystery and adventure and nowhere is it more fantastic than right here in Canada. There arc surprises everywhere as you follow the life-and-death drama of nature (and ttnrsclvex loo) stnmulirm to adapt lo our changing land and our changing climate. The creatures of nature arc odd and amusing, incredible and amazing... The Illustrated Natural History of Ciinadu opens up u whole new world of interest and fascination. NEW AND UNIQUE You will be fascinated immediately when you open your intro- ductory Free Volume. You will find it more gripping than any piece of fiction and you will surely marvel at how clearly every- thing is explained with original artwork, beautiful colour photo- graphs, maps and diagrams. Then suddenly you will realize that these wonders arc all about you for this is Canada's natural history. This new and unique .series provides, for the first time, a complete and authoritative account of the development and survival in Ctmada of our animals, birds, fish, insects and plants. Now you and every inquisitive member of your family can explore for yourself the fascinating development of nature in A land of superlatives the high- est mountains, the tallest trees, a chaotic coastline five limes as long as Canada is wide. Places of mystery where nature un- leashes powerful forces, the home of violent storms, snowslides and heaving tortured rocks. Land of eternal change. Here every- thing is BIG: the sky, the fields, the flocks, the rivers; once the playground of dinosaurs. The great inland seas that change the character of our entire continent. Here is enough water to flood all of Canada to a depth of 12 feet! Here's the mighty river by which explorers discovered our land and opened the continent. It feet great diversity of plants and anii ;