| The Wildlife of Star Wars:|
A Field Guide
The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide is a 2001 book written by Terryl Whitlatch and Bob Carrau and published by Chronicle Books. The book details the wildlife of the galaxy up to and including Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. Information on the habits and habitats of each species is included, and many species are broken down and detailed in artist renditions.
The Star Wars universe is a vast and varied place, populated with an amazing array of creatures. These fascinating fauna have been captured here in the only comprehensive annotated field journal of its kind. Many years of extensive study and on-site observation have gone into these renderings, and great risk taken to learn about the natural habitats of all of the creatures. From the ice fields of Hoth and the pastures of Naboo to the concrete jungle of Coruscant and the intense heat and wind of Tatooine, identify and learn about the mating habits, feeding patterns, herding instincts, and defense mechanisms of these incredible beings.
This extraordinary field guide provides the ultimate look at the wildlife of Star Wars.
- Naboo: Theedside
- Naboo: The Abyss
- Naboo: The Gungan Swamp
- Yavin 4
- "New Arrivals"
- Index & Comparative Size Chart
In-universe, this guide's research was carried out and written by Lyrre T'enna. Written backwards, "Lyrre T" is "Terryl," first name of the guide's real-world coauthor Terryl Whitlatch, who was also a creature concept artist for The Phantom Menace.
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