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The Last Rhinos: The Powerful Story of One Man's Battle to Save a Species
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- Lawrence Anthony, Graham Spence
- Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd
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A wonderful encounter of the SAD truth about poaching in SA, and the courage of a man to do something about it. truly inspirational
Can you imagine a change to the saying, "As dead as a dodo," to "as dead as a rhino?" There is a strong possibility of the rhino being extinct within 5-10 years unless we do something different. I had just finished reading "The Elephant Whisperer" about Lawrence Anthony and his herd of elephants at Thula Thula so reading The Last Rhino made sense. Furthermore there are a lot of questions I need answered about the plight of rhinos through poaching. The Last Rhino is without a doubt a very good read and throws much light on the character of Lawrence and his adventures. He and the co-author, Spence raise some interesting points about poaching and the illegal trade of rhino horn. Maybe I was looking for something a bit meatier in this area but the book did not disappoint. This is a great read for anyone who loves African wildlife and conservation.
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