A sensitive and articulate observer, [Schaller] is at his best when he is describing the forest itself. . . . This is an exciting book. Although Schaller feels that this is 'not an adventure book', few readers will be able to agree. -Irven DeVore, Science
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"Whether the author is tracking gorillas, slipping past elephant herds on narrow jungle paths, avoiding poachers' deadfalls, or routing Watusi invaders, this is an exciting book. Although Schaller feels that this is 'not an adventure book,' few readers will be able to agree." - Irven DeVore, Science "In the course of his fresh, bright book, Schaller does not so much argue for his biological ecumenism as - talking, walking, doing, going, describing - he exemplifies it." - Naomi Bliven, New Yorker"About the Author:
George B. Schaller is a senior conservationist at the Wildlife Conservation Society and Vice President of Panthera, a foundation devoted to the conservation of wild cats. He is the author of many books, including The Mountain Gorilla and The Last Panda, both published by the University of Chicago Press.
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Book Description UNIVERSITAT DE BARCELONA. Revista. Book Condition: NUEVO. 272 pages/páginas. Bookseller Inventory # 2119587
Book Description COLLINS, 1965. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2119587