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Defying conventional wisdom even as it makes an impassioned plea for moral common sense, this book by an ...
Defying conventional wisdom even as it makes an impassioned plea for moral common sense, this book by an award-winning journalist sheds a new light on the history and politics of the African conservation movement. The book will anger and inspire anyone who cares about African wildlife and the people whose future is intertwined with the fate of these animals.
|1||Listening to Africa||11|
|2||The White Man's Game||37|
|What Do We Believe In, and What About the Baobab?||87|
|3||Whose Heritage Is It?||161|
|4||Space for Large Species||205|
|5||Hunted and Hunters||233|
Posted March 8, 2001
This book brings together the importance of wildlife preservation and the efforts to offer protection to the endangered species in the world. I encountered this book in my Economic Development class at college, and can vouch for its interest across many fields of study. Read it..it makes you think about what problems exist and what needs to be done to solve them. Overall, an interesting, insightful and not at all difficult read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.