Hope for animals and their world : how endangered species are being rescued from the brink
In her latest work, Jane Goodall reports on how people around the world are working determinedly to save endangered species. Although the very real threat of extinction is not ignored, this book is a hopeful one.
Goodall focuses on the success stories she has witnessed on her travels. She tells us how many animal numbers are now growing, thanks to the hard work of conservationists. A number of remarkable tales feature, such as that of the Bald Ibises. These birds are learning new migration routes in an ingenious way, led by people in Ultra Light Planes. Other tales focus on new species which have only just been discovered and others rediscovered, thought to be extinct for years.
Thanks to the hard work of many, a number of species are coming back from the very brink of extinction. Goodall’s inspiring work demonstrates the difference people can make, seemingly in the face of the impossible.
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