By Jacqueline Briggs Martin,Linda Wingerter
The actual gripping tale of ways scientist George Schaller and 4 mountain males got down to retailer the chiru (antelope-like creatures who can't live to tell the tale captivity and who continue to exist the excessive plains of Tibet) from close to extinction.
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