Face to Face With Orangutans

That look in her eye is so human She cradles her baby in her arms with such pride and tenderness She interacts with family and peers in a way that suggests deep kinship, friendship, and trust Meet the orangutan of Borneo in her natural habitat through the amazing adventures of National Geographic photographer Tim Laman and his wife, Harvard professor Cheryl Knott and lThat look in her eye is so human She cradles her baby in her arms with such pride and tenderness She interacts with family and peers in a way that suggests deep kinship, friendship, and trust Meet the orangutan of Borneo in her natural habitat through the amazing adventures of National Geographic photographer Tim Laman and his wife, Harvard professor Cheryl Knott and learn clearly the threats that now face this incredible primate.
Face to Face With Orangutans That look in her eye is so human She cradles her baby in her arms with such pride and tenderness She interacts with family and peers in a way that suggests deep kinship friendship and trust Meet the

  • Title: Face to Face With Orangutans
  • Author: Tim Laman Cheryl Knott
  • ISBN: 9781426304651
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Face to Face With Orangutans”

    1. This book about Orangutans is extremely informational, and is accompanied by breath-taking photographs. This book contains information on everything orangutan related from diet all the way to what parts of the world to find them. In this book you will find facts, maps, beautiful pictures with captions, and even how-tos. This book is definitely for an older reader as it has some tough vocabulary and longer paragraphs. The layout of each page in the book varies. Some pages are broken up with facts [...]

    2. National geographic photographers and researchers Tim Laman and Cheryl Knott spent enough time in the forests of Borneo to photograph orangutans at close range in the wild. Though the information is not extensive in this 32-page book, the authors' detailed photos and first-hand accounts of their experience tracking orangutans offers readers uncommon insight into that wild world.

    3. This book is one to read with your kids. It will inspire you to care about the intelligent primates that we are driving toward extinction.

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