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Where Have All the Animals Gone? Travels with Karl Ammann

Biography / Memoir
By: Dale Peterson(Author), Karl Ammann(Illustrator)
304 pages, colour photos
Where Have All the Animals Gone?
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In this new memoir, nature historian Dale Peterson (author of Jane Goodall: The Woman Who Redefined Man) describes his travels through Africa with Swiss wildlife photographer Karl Ammann. Dedicated to stopping the slaughter of endangered bushmeat, Ammann is in turns brilliant, provocative, and irritating – almost as wild as the animals he seeks to save.

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Biography / Memoir
By: Dale Peterson(Author), Karl Ammann(Illustrator)
304 pages, colour photos
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