By: John Moir
256 pages, colour photos
During the 1980's the condor population in America was down to only twenty-two individuals. A team of scientists pursued an unconventional and controversial means to save it. This work takes a look at the passion and courage of these scientists, and the controversy surrounding their exceptional plans to save one of the world's majestic creatures.
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