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A book and model combination examines the internal structures of the gorilla and the mechanics of how it walks and climbs, along with a discussion of its intelligence.
Gorilla Pathology and Health: With a Catalogue of Preserved Materials consists of two cross-referenced parts. The first, the book itself, is a review of pathological changes and tissue responses in gorillas (Gorilla gorilla and G. beringei), with an emphasis on free-living animals, but also with reference to those in captivity. The comparative aspects are discussed, stressing the relevance of research to both gorillas and humans. What makes the publication truly unique, however, is the second part, a comprehensive descriptive catalogue of the location and nature of gorilla material in museums and scientific institutions throughout the world. This is of great consequence because free-living gorillas are strictly conserved with restricted access, so the location of a wealth of preserved tissues and other material that has been collected over the decades is a great benefit for research and study. This book can, and should, be used to gain cardinal knowledge regarding the biology and pathology of this genus. The combination of book and catalogue in this extensive compilation makes it an invaluable tool for all those concerned with the health, welfare, and conservation of gorillas, one of our nearest living relatives. Brings together studies, data, and clinical practice from difficult-to-access or obscure journals and NGO reports, in different languages, for all interested parties and practitioners Provides perspectives on existing research in gorilla pathology, both for those studying conservation practices and those seeking an understanding of comparable diseases in humans Includes illustrative figures on gross and microscopic pathological changes, museum specimens, photos of field necropsy and techniques, and examples of laboratory tests Features an extensive list of references and further reading, in different languages Incorporates a comprehensive, descriptive catalogue of gorilla material from around the world
Reader, don't turn around. There's a SS Mutant Killer Gorilla standing behind you and reading my story. Keep very still, ok... What would happen if you transplanted the brains of German white-collar government workers into the bodies of gorillas? Read my story and find out.
Discover the story of a brave gorilla who is unfairly accused of stealing -- but, sooner or later, the truth will come out of someone's mouth! Little Gorilla stole the flamingo's eggs! Vervet, who was hiding behind an old stump, saw him! Well, at least, that is what he thinks he saw... And that is what he tells Chimpanzee. And there they go, on the heels of this naughty bandit. But Little Gorilla is only helping his grandfather. Is Vervet making wrong assumptions?
"Stories of the Gorilla Country, Narrated for Young People" by Paul B. Du Chaillu. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
This is a biographical interpretation of the primatologist's life that honors the African belief that the dead live on in spiritual form.
Told through a children's story, this simple, yet beautiful tale of a silverback gorilla and a little girl gives us an insight into how we isolate ourselves from one another. It not only highlights the innate spiritual connection of children, but also demonstrates how we can lose this as adults through judgment and social conditioning. The story ends with a powerful message of how gratitude and acceptance can bring us back together. This tale offers a wonderful spiritual journey for you to take with your child.
Everywhere you look, there are warnings. On food labels, at the gas stations, in our cars, on our clothes, even the toothpaste we use. There are warnings at every level of life, but the one warning that Seymour will never forget is what his father and grandfather always drilled into him. Never touch a White Gorilla. But the question is, Why? Does this creature even exist? Unravel the intriguing answers in The White Gorilla, a fascinating novel by Bruce Holmberg. The White Gorilla has been an urban legend for hundreds of years and based in many different cultures. Asylum Falls is the last place the White Gorilla is spotted. Seymours newest Dumples Donut Hole Shoppe was built in Asylum Falls not by accident but by design. The grand opening is going to cause more than minor problems for Seymours friends and take a tragic turn one which is going to shape all their lives. Seymour has to know if the White Gorilla is real and why his father and grandfather had told him, Never touch a White Gorilla. Will Seymour live to regret finding the answers to his questions?
No one knows the full story of Charlie Small. His battered journal was found washed up on a remote, windswept shore. And at first we thought it an elaborate hoax. Surely no eight-year-old could have had so many wild adventures, witnessed so many extraordinary things, lived such an incredible life - and still only be eight. And yet . . . there was something so vivid in the telling, that we were persuaded to send the journal for analysis. The results were absolutely astonishing. Everything in the journal of Charlie Small is true. He really has wrestled a deadly river croc, ridden a steam-powered rhino and been tribal chief in a city of gorillas. And countless other things besides. And . . . not only that . . . even though Charlie Small is only eight, he must have lived for over four hundred years!
- Author : William Makepeace Thackeray
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1887
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : UIUC:30112055298241