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By: Frank Hajek and Jessica Groenendijk
160 pages, colour photos
Reports the findings of 15 years of conservation efforts to save the Giant Otter (known locally as the "river wolf") in Peru. Richly illustrated, this book offers in-depth insights into the habitat, ecology, biology and natural history of these carnivores, as well as threats, past and current conservation efforts, and a look into the future of giant otter conservation.
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