In the Rainforest/Report from a Strange, Beautiful, Imperiled Wo
"In the Rainforest" takes us to Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia, revealing a colorful and bizarre world where fish live on fruit, spiders prey on birds, and violets grow to the size of apple trees.
"I recommend "In the Rainforest" as scientific journalism at its best, and [Caufield's] book as the one to read to become informed about the tropical crisis. Caufield traveled the world, went to the difficult places, sometimes beautiful and often dispiriting, mastered the important ideas, and talked to an impressive number of people on all sides of the issues.
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Dimensions||214 x 142 mm|
|Publication Date||Dec 30, 1984|
|Publisher||The University of Chicago Press|