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The Tree Where Man was Born The African Experience

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By: Peter Matthiessen(Author), Eliot Porter(Author)
247 pages, 100 colour photos
Publisher: Harvill Press
The Tree Where Man was Born
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  • The Tree Where Man was Born ISBN: 9781860463747 Edition: 2 Hardback Jul 1998 Out of Print #86212
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Classic text, first published in 1972, in which Matthiessen described the wildlife and game reserves of the Serengeti, Massai Mara and the Ngorongoro Crater, as well as the archaeological sites at Olduvai Gorge and Laetoli.
 

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Out of Print
By: Peter Matthiessen(Author), Eliot Porter(Author)
247 pages, 100 colour photos
Publisher: Harvill Press
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"[...] a timeless account, the best book of its kind about East Africa."
- George Schaller

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