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by George B. Schaller
George B. Schaller is a senior conservationist at the Wildlife Conservation Society and Vice President of Panthera, a. .Great book about a man who camped out in the african wilderness for many months to observe gorillas.
George B. Schaller is a senior conservationist at the Wildlife Conservation Society and Vice President of Panthera, a foundation devoted to the conservation of wild cats. He is the author of many books, including The Mountain Gorilla and The Last Panda, both published by the University of Chicago Press. It delves into the foods they eat, their nest-building habits, behavior, and more.
This seminal work chronicles George B. Schaller’s two years of travel and . Although Schaller feels that this is ‘not an adventure book,’ few readers will be able to agree. Irven DeVore, Science.
There, he learned that these majestic animals, far from being the aggressive apes of film and fiction, form close-knit societies of caring mothers and protective fathers watching over playful young.
George Beals Schaller (born 1933) is a German-born American mammalogist, biologist, conservationist and author. Schaller is recognized by many as the world's preeminent field biologist, studying wildlife throughout Africa, Asia and South America. Born in Berlin, Schaller grew up in Germany, but moved to Missouri as a teen. He is vice president of Panthera Corporation and serves as chairman of their Cat Advisory Council.
He records his initial study and summary of the year he spent in the Congo.
New Ed. by George B. Schaller, George B. Schaller. Published 1972 by Collins in London. Originally published: Chicago, Illinois: Chicago University Press,1964. 288 : Number of pages. By: George B Schaller(Author). 271 pages, 30 halftones, 27 line drawings, 3 maps. Publisher: University of Chicago Press.
Schaller, George B. Publication date. Gorilla, Mammals, Mammals, Gorilla's. New York : Ballantine Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.
George Schaller takes you with him as he goes to the Virunga Volcanoes to study the Gorillas. He takes a look at the gorillas, but with a more personal approach than with "The Mountain Gorilla". This was a refreshing look at the life of gorillas from his own perspective. I would recommend it to anyone with an interest in Gorillas. Schaller’s two years of travel and observation of gorillas . carousel previous carousel next.
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