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In 1971, with the help of Louis Leakey, 25-year-old Birute Galdikas went to the rainforests of Borneo to study organutans--and she's been there ever since. Her groundbreaking scientific and conservation work has been the subject of numerous articles and more than 12 TV documentaries. Now she finally shares her more than 20 years of discovery. Photos.
Posted May 7, 2001
the path to the front lines of organismal research and conservation seems to have so many different twists, turns, and multiple-laned streets. and once there it seems as though there is no path at all, but just wide open space. it really is a different kind of life, and unless you can get out there and try to experience it, this is the absolute next best thing. and then there's the orangutans...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.