Undaunted: The Wild Life of Biruté Mary Galdikas and Her Fearless Quest to Save Orangutans Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-07 
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" This is a stunning and thoroughly engaging look at the life and work of Birute Mary Galdikas, who has spent most of her life studying and protecting orangutans. Beautifully presented and impressively researched, Undaunted enthralls, captivates, inspires, and is not only a wonderful celebration of Galdikas, but a splendid celebration of female pioneers and scientists throughout history. " said.

"What do you see when you look at an orangutan? Do you look into their eyes and see a thought provoking character that seems kind and caring? The story that is shared by Birute Mary Galdikas and her passion to study orangutans in Borneo will keep you engaged for hours.

Readers who enjoy science and the study of animals will love the journey that Galdikas has taken to study orangutans in Borneo. But that is not all readers will find here. In the heart of Borneo there are pymy elephants, sunda clouded leopards, flying squarrels, frogs, rhinos and even a helmeted hornbill. The Dayaks are a native people of Borneo and they speak over 170 different dialects. Galdikas employees many of them to help her raise and protect the orangutans.

The mission of this guide is to bring about awareness so anyone and everyone can become involved with saving the orangutans and the rain forest. Galdikas has worked hard to save organgutans and will continue to do so as long as she can. Parents and teachers can review this guide and learn more about these amazing animals. The back pages share maps, scrapbooks and more resources. There are plenty of photos so readers can see for themselves the community that has been created to save the orangutans.
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" Yes!Love this one as much as Untamed. Now I need one on Fossey. " said.

"This is a beautifully done non-fiction book telling the story of the work and mission of a naturalist and primatologist intent on survival of Orangutans. While I don't personally agree on the some of the philosophies and theories in the book pertaining to evolution, I believe this is an exceptionally well-done biographic of Ms. Galdikas.

Her work with these animals for nearly 50 years is remarkable and admirable. Understanding primates is a worthy goal and yields rewards for humanity as well as the scientific community.

I found the photographs outstanding providing insight into Dr. Galdikas' work as well as these interesting animals, orangutans.

This book belongs in school libraries and in home libraries where animal conservation is high interest.

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate this review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.
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