Animal scientist Jane Goodall brings us good news about the world's endangered species. Thanks to the work being done by zoos and conservation biologists, some endangered species are surviving, recovering, and even being reintroduced to their native environments. From birds to horse to insects, Goodall brings to light the tremendous work accomplished by those dedicated to saving animals. At the same time, she stresses that there is still a very critical need to protect and restore the habitats that are being destroyed by humans, and shows what effect this has on the earth's wildlife. This book is at once a celebration of animals, an environmental call to action, and an uplifting and motivating message about the relationship between humans and animals.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
Hope for Animals and Their World: How Endangered Species Are Being Rescued from the Brink
Jane Goodall with Thane Maynard and Gail Hudson
QH 75 .G636 2009