By: Alzada Carlisle Kistner
246 pages, B/w photos, maps
Describes the experiences of the Kistner family during their five entomological expeditions to Africa from 1960 to 1972-3. From hunching over columns of ants for hours on end while seven months pregnant to eating dinner next to Idi Amin, Kistner provides a lively and humour-filled account of the human side of scientific discovery.
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