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The Black Rhinos Of Namibia Searching for Survivors in the African Desert (Hardcover)

Author:  Rick Bass
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0547055218
ISBN-13: 9780547055213
Sku: 217396135
Publish Date: 8/7/2012
Sales Rank: 91660
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.75H x 5.75L x 1.25T
Pages:  272
 
Acclaimed nature writer Bass takes readers on a journey into the Namib Desert to follow a group of poachers-turned-conservationists as they track the endangered black rhinos through their ancient and harsh African homeland.
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From one of our most gifted writers on the natural world comes a stunning exploration of a unique landscape and the improbable and endangered animal that makes its home there.|

Rick Bass first made a name for himself as a writer and seeker of rare, iconic animals, including the grizzlies and wolves of the American West. Now he's off on a new, far-flung adventure in the Namib of southwest Africa on the trail of another fascinating, vulnerable species. The black rhino is a three-thousand-pound, squinty-eyed giant that sports three-foot-long dagger horns, lives off poisonous plants, and goes for days without water.|
Human intervention and cutting-edge conservation saved the rhinos?for now?from the brink of extinction brought on by poaching and war. Against the backdrop of one of the most ancient and harshest terrains on earth, Bass, with his characteristic insight and grace, probes the complex relationship between humans and nature and meditates on our role as both destroyer and savior.|
In the tradition of Peter Matthiessen's The Tree Where Man Was Born, Bass captures a haunting slice of Africa, especially of the ?black? rhinos that glow ghostly white in the gleaming sun.
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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0272
Product attributePublisher:   Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH)
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