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Rick Bass takes us on a stunning exploration of an unique landscape, one of the most ancient and harshest on earth, and the improbable and endangered animal that makes its home there.
The black rhinos of the Namib Desert are super-survivors--muscle-clad, squinty-eyed giants with feet the diameter of laundry baskets. But until recently, the survival of these animals was very much in question and their numbers dwindled on the edge of extinction in Namibia.
In the tradition of Matthiessen's "The Tree Where Man Was Born," Bass captures a slice of Africa--the haunting sound of doves cooing at first light each morning, the laughter of hyenas at night, the otherworldly heat--and most enduringly of all the "black" rhinos that glow ghostly white in the gleaming sun.
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