Among the Great Apes: Adventures on the Trail of Our Closest Relatives by Paul Raffaele

Among the Great Apes: Adventures on the Trail of Our Closest Relatives

byPaul Raffaele

Paperback | March 15, 2011

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“A fantastic book. . . . Anyone who cares about animals will benefit hugely from reading it.” —Shaun Ellis, star of Animal Planet's "Living with the Wolfman" and author of The Man Who Lives with Wolves

Award winning adventure journalist Paul Raffaele’s Among the Great Apes is the first book in over a decade—and possibly the last ever—to take its readers into the lives of our charismatic cousins the great apes in their native habitats. Raffaele, a feature writer for Smithsonian magazine, has been called “nothing less than a one-of-a-kind world treasure” by renowned author Alvin Toffler.

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Paul Raffaele has scored many world scoops for such magazines asReader's Digest,Parade, andSmithsonian, including stories on North Korea, Saharan slave traders, and East Timor's fight for independence. He lives in Sydney, Australia.
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Title:Among the Great Apes: Adventures on the Trail of Our Closest RelativesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.86 inPublished:March 15, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061671843

ISBN - 13:9780061671845

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“[A] modern, non-fiction version of Conan Doyle’s The Lost World: a time-warp glimpse into man’s most primordial nightmare; exciting, fantastic, horrific—and a very well-written travel narrative.”