A Primate's Memoir
“A wild and wondrous account, filled with passages so funny or so brilliant that the reader wants to grab someone by the arm and demand, ‘Hey, you just gotta listen to this.’” — starred, Kirkus Reviews Here is Robert Sapolsky’s witty and riveting chronicle of a scientist’s coming-of-age in remote Africa. Raised in an intellectual, immigrant family in Brooklyn, Sapolsky wished he could live in the primate diorama in the Museum of Natural History. His exhilarating account of his life in the bush with a baboon troop in Kenya is by turns hilarious and poignant.
Specifications of A Primate's Memoir
|Author||Robert M. Sapolsky|
|Number Of Pages||621|
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