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To save an animal's life in order that it may suffer indefinitely is something I would never condone.
The author knows just what he wants to illustrate and how he would like it to be done.
Far too often animals are put to sleep when they could be saved through proper care and nursing.
Sometime during the many millions of years that have elapsed since mammalian faunas came into existence, some sort of island crossed from West Africa to South America.
South Africa had a long record of studies in prehistory, going back to the end of the last century.
Eloquent testimony to the recovery powers of wild animals frequently becomes apparent from the study of skeletons housed in museums.
There is tragic evidence to show that the paintings at the French prehistoric art sites are deteriorating.
Colonial governors and senior civil servants are not easy people to argue with, and I was not popular because of my criticism of the colonial service in Kenya.
Raising funds for my fourth expedition proved to be very difficult.
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To be a surrealist... means barring from your mind all remembrance of what you have seen, and being always on the lookout for what has never been.
August 7, 1903
October 1, 1972
Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey, also known as L. S. B.
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