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Colorful, tragic and funny, this is a remarkable tale of one of the last great places on earth--Berenty, Madagascar where tribesmen, French lords, ...Show synopsisColorful, tragic and funny, this is a remarkable tale of one of the last great places on earth--Berenty, Madagascar where tribesmen, French lords, mad scientists and lemurs may be found gathered peacefully under a tamarind tree.Hide synopsis
Description:Octavo, paperback, 310 pp., colour photographs, other black and...Octavo, paperback, 310 pp., colour photographs, other black and white illustrations. Berenty is a private wildlife refuge in Madagascar, created by the aristocratic de Heaulme family in 1928 as a large reserve on their sisal plantation, where the indigenous wildlife and tribal humans were allowed to thrive. Illustrated with color and archival photographs, primatologist Alison Jolly's book describes their unique survival story.
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