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eBook On the Track of the Mystery Animal: The Story of the Discovery of the Okapi epub

by Miriam Schlein

eBook On the Track of the Mystery Animal: The Story of the Discovery of the Okapi epub
  • ISBN: 0590074881
  • Author: Miriam Schlein
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Book Sales (August 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 58 pages
  • ePUB size: 1487 kb
  • FB2 size 1673 kb
  • Formats lit rtf lrf lrf


M's Sanderson is a major contributor to this book. The book and illustrations work together so perfectly it would be good for everybody to read this book

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Published 1978 by Four Winds Press in New York. Bibliography: p. 57. Includes index.

The stir and bustle of the greatriver found no echo in this silent byway. Then they slowed up and looked, but there was nosound and no sign from the hidden enemy. Nowhere was there anytrace of man. The forest seemed impenetrable, beyond all his punyefforts to make a footing. Doubtless, fierce eyes wereglaring out upon them, but they could see nothing, and with a longuneasy look all around they kept on for a mile or so, when they cameupon a clearing that spoke of man.

An account of the okapi's discovery by the English artist-explorer, Sir Harry Johnston, precedes an explanation of new-species classification and a description of the okapi and its behavior
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