Alan Rabinowitz, Author Anchor Books $12 (370p) ISBN 978-0-385-41519-4
Rabinowitz, a zoologist, describes two years of triumph and tragedy in the rain forests of Belize, where he lived among Mayan Indians while researching the jaguar population; he was instrumental in having the Cockscomb Basin there declared a National Forest Reserve. Photos. (Nov.)no PW
Reviewed on: 09/30/1991
Release date: 10/01/1991
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