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The Tapir Scientist: Saving South America's Largest Mammal (scientists In The Field Series)

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Tapir Scientist Saving South Americas

Houghton Mifflin Books for Children

Author: Sy Montgomery / Nic Bishop

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If you've never seen a lowland tapir, you're not alone. Most in the men and women who live near tapir habitat in Brazil's vast Pantanal (“ the Everglades on steroids ”) haven't noticed the elusive snorkel-snouted mammal, either. Aspiring scientists will love the immediate, often humorous “ you are there ” descriptions of fieldwork, and gadget lovers will revel in the high-tech science at play, from microchips to the camera traps that capture the “ soap opera ” of tapir life. In this arresting nonfiction picture book, Sibert winners Sy Montgomery and Nic Bishop join a tapir-finding expedition led by the Brazilian field scientist Pati Medici.


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