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Ross Piper

Ross Piper
Nationality British
Occupation Zoologist and author

Ross Piper is a British zoologist and author of a number of books.[1]


Having been interested in animals from childhood, he gained a first class degree in zoology from the University of Wales in Bangor[2] in 1998, followed by a PhD from the University of Leeds in 2002.[3] Since 2006 he has written books for children and for adults on zoology and related subjects. His latest book is on animal diversity and will be published by Thames and Hudson in 2013.



  1. ^ "Ross Piper". Amazon. Retrieved 9 July 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Ross Piper (3 March 2011). Pests: A Guide to the World's Most Maligned, Yet Misunderstood Creatures. ABC-CLIO. pp. 283–.  
  3. ^ "Ross Piper, PhD". LinkedIn Corporation. Retrieved 9 July 2012. 

External links

  • Ross Piper's personal website and blog
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