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Forest Planet The Last Green Paradises

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Markus Mauthe and Thomas Henningsen
208 pages, 300 illus
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  • Forest Planet ISBN: 9783765816895 Hardback Mar 2008 Out of Print #173498
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Photographer Markus Mauthe captures the diversity and beauty of the jungle habitat in his unusually beautiful photographs. For five years he has travelled through all the major primeval forests of the world to regions never seen by man. His journey led from the Amazon to Patagonia, and even to Siberia.

He documents the beauty of the jungles and the ongoing destruction of these green paradises. Essays by renowned environmentalists as the biologist Thomas Henningsen make this a unique volume.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Markus Mauthe and Thomas Henningsen
208 pages, 300 illus
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