Catch Me a Colobus

Catch Me a Colobus
Author : Gerald Durrell
Publisher : Pan Macmillan
Total Pages : 188
Release : 2011-12-16
ISBN 10 : 9781447214120
ISBN 13 : 1447214129
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Catch Me a Colobus Book Description:

A pot-pourri of humorous animal anecdotes concocted by the famous wildlife lover, leading conservationist and award-winning author, Gerald Durrell. Hectic, hilarious days at his Jersey zoo and forays to various corners of the earth to rescue animal species in danger of extinction provide a series of wonderful stories that are wry, witty and wonderful. Apes get loose, tigers get pregnant and women fall by the droves for a handsome zoo keeper. Endearingly funny, occasionally outrageous, Catch me a Colobos is classic Gerald Durrell.


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