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One Of The Most Important Books Ever Written About Our Connection To The Natural World, Gorillas In The Mist Is The Riveting Account Of Dian Fossey S Thirteen Years In A Remote African Rain Forest With The Greatest Of The Great Apes Fossey S Extraordinary Efforts To Ensure The Future Of The Rain Forest And Its Remaining Mountain Gorillas Are Captured In Her Own Words And Gorillas in the Mist


About the Author: Dian Fossey

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Gorillas in the Mist book, this is one of the most wanted Dian Fossey author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Gorillas in the Mist

  1. Maddie Maddie says:

    Our Blog FosseyDian Fossey in November 1984Born January 16, 1932San Francisco, California, U.S.It s Not Goodbye Sweet November MVhttps www.youtube.com watch v pq6lsDied December 26, 1985 aged 53 Volcanoes National Park,RwandaMurderCitizenship United StatesFields Ethology, primatologyInstitutions Karisoke Research Center,Cornell UniversityAlma materCollege of Marin, 1949 1950 San Jose State University B.A.,Oc


  2. Lisa (Harmonybites) Lisa (Harmonybites) says:

    Legendary anthropologist Louis Leakey believed that field study of the great apes, our closet living relatives, could yield important insights into the behavior of early hominids He recruited Jane Goodall to study chimpanzees in the wild Dian Fossey was his gorilla girl and in this memoir she recounts some of the events of the thirteen years spent with the mountain gorillas in their natural habitat Two years af


  3. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    3.5 starsI can t even begin to imagine how Dian Fossey lived for so many years in the mountains in Rwanda I like my personal space and solitude, but that sounds a bit much, even for me I also couldn t understand how she could have so much information on several groups of gorillas she s only one woman how did she manage to observethan 4 groups of gorillas so closely with only the help of some trackers , but this wa


  4. Deborah Pickstone Deborah Pickstone says:

    Although Ms Fossey keeps telling us we should not anthropomorphise the gorillas, she does so constantly which is endearing, rather than annoying, in this case and keeping in mind the chronological context of her memoir also In fact, in some ways theloose standards of field work then werehumane than what happens now and to decide the ethicality of any set of standards applied to field work can only come down to indivi


  5. Jason Jason says:

    HERBACEOUS FOLIAGE Anyone who knows anything about Fossey and her research knows the highlights or lowlights, as the most memorable are also the saddest of her story This really gives a closer look at the day to day and the way Fossey worked from her own point of view It s understood straight away that she feels strongly, very, no extremely strongly She beats you over the head with what her views are, how she thinks thi


  6. Booknblues Booknblues says:

    From 1966 until her death in 1985 Dian Fossey studied the mountain gorillas of the Virunga mountains which extend along the borders of Zaire known today as the Democratic Republic of the Congo , Rwanda and Uganda Gorillas in the Mist is Fossey s chronicle of her time spent with the gorillas from 1966 until it was published in 1983.She began her studies in Zaire but was expelled in 1967 and spent the rest of her time in Rwa


  7. Gabi Gabi says:

    Gorillas in the mist written by Diane Fossy was a true eye opener, Fossy did a great job at explaining all her research and clearly explain what was happening to the gorillas She explains perfectly to a sense that she is giving facts but makes it interesting I really got a true sense of how much Fossy really loves these animals.Fossy first became intrigued by gorillas in 1973 when she took her first safari to Africa Her only


  8. Katie Katie says:

    The legendary autobiographical account of Dian Fossey and her passionate quest to study and save the few remaining mountain gorillas from extinction I am glad that I read this book AFTER our own mountain gorilla trek, because I was able to connect with her commentary regarding the jungle, the local culture, and the trekking experiencecompletely The book is a bit confusing with regards to timeline, but Fossey s strength of charac


  9. Tove R. Tove R. says:

    Everybody should read this book


  10. Caroline Johansson Caroline Johansson says:

    I m so fascinated and awed by this book and it s author Amazing descriptions of the environment and fantastic portraits of the gorillas The book is written with such passion and enthusiasm for all the animals in Virunga and the helping hands at the Karisoke center Such a wonderful...


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