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What are the best books of biology?

There are many great books in the field of biology, covering a wide range of topics from molecular biology to ecology. Here are some of the best books on biology:

"The Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin - This book is a classic in the field of biology and provides the foundation for the theory of evolution by natural selection.

"The Selfish Gene" by Richard Dawkins - This book explores the concept of the gene as the basic unit of natural selection and the role of selfishness in evolution.

"The Double Helix" by James Watson - This book tells the story of the discovery of the structure of DNA and provides a glimpse into the world of scientific discovery.

"The Diversity of Life" by Edward O. Wilson - This book provides an overview of the vast diversity of life on Earth, from the smallest microbes to the largest animals.

"The Beak of the Finch" by Jonathan Weiner - This book explores the process of natural selection through the study of Darwin's finches on the Galapagos Islands.

"The Hidden Life of Trees" by Peter Wohlleben - This book explores the fascinating world of trees and the interconnectedness of forests.

"The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" by Rebecca Skloot - This book tells the story of the immortal cell line that was derived from Henrietta Lacks and its impact on modern medicine.

"The Sixth Extinction" by Elizabeth Kolbert - This book explores the current mass extinction of species and its causes.

If you know of more such books then let me know.
Wow! Are course-related Biology books also included in your question?
Original post by iL1L
Wow! Are course-related Biology books also included in your question?

I can only think of IB Biology books :lol:

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