Carolyn M. King

Carolyn M. King is an international authority on the biology of mustelids and rodents. Her research experience ranges from native weasels at Oxford to introduced stoats, rats and mice in New Zealand, where official management of invasive predators has long been informed by her books, papers and university teaching. King recently co-edited a new edition of The Handbook of New Zealand Mammals (OUP, CSIRO).

Books
Sep 28, 2021
A depiction of rats streaming off a ship in New Zealand

Teeth and claws and tenacity: how Norway rats came to New Zealand

A gnawing, scuttling chapter of Aotearoa's natural history.

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