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Orang-Pendek Sumatra's Forgotten Ape

By: Richard Freeman(Author)
315 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
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  • Orang-Pendek ISBN: 9781905723829 Paperback Nov 2011 In stock
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We are impressed by big things; dinosaurs, whales, rhinos, super-tankers, skyscrapers. Mention mystery apes to the man in the street and he will imagine bipedal hairy giants, 10 ft tall. Indeed most reports of such things speak of massive animals; the yeti, the yeren, the sasquatch, and the yowie. But for every bigfoot there is a littlefoot. Stories of little hairy men are widespread--but none are as famous as Sumatra's orang-pendek.

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By: Richard Freeman(Author)
315 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
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