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Thinkers of the Jungle by Gerd Schuster
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Thinkers of the Jungle

by Gerd Schuster

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0841602859, Hardcover)

We all recognize these highly intelligent and impressive animals - orangutans. But very few people know anything about their habits and how they live. Around 6,000 of these animals die every year; they are among the world's most endangered species. This book reveals the truth abouth the tragedy besetting the jungles of Borneo and Sumatra. The breathtaking and moving photographs cannot fail to trigger a strong emotional reaction on the part of the reader.

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Orangutans are among our closest relatives in the animal kingdom. This is a portrait of the species, based on the personal experience of Dr Willie Smits, probably the leading world authority of orangutans.

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