Another extraordinary story of life on a South African game reserve from the authors of The Elephant Whisperer.
Lawrence Anthony is a highly-respected conservationist and co-founder of The Earth Organization. His previous title, Babylon's Ark, about his involvement in saving the animals in Baghdad Zoo, is being made into a major film. Graham Spence is a freelance journalist and author.
Praise for "The Last Rhinos""A riveting account by a compassionate, dedicated man."--"Kirkus Reviews""Riddled with heartfelt anecdotes, Anthony's brave crusade to save these mammals--even at great risk to his own safety--reads like a safari adventure, a history lesson, and a warning that our careless ways will bring an end to so many magnificent species."--"Publishers Weekly" Praise for Lawrence Anthony"The Indiana Jones of Conservation."--"The Guardian "(UK)"Anthony has made a difference in the lives of many magnificent animals who otherwise would have been lost to the world."--Marc Bekoff, author of "The Emotional Lives of Animals""In my thirty-five years of studying man/animal communication I have met only a few individuals who have the ability to enter into the metaphysical realm of the exotic animal. Lawrence Anthony has been there and back."-- Ralph Helfer, author of "Modoc""Anthony's enthusiasm and obvious love for the bush shine through in hair-raising, sad, and funny tales."--"Booklist""Anthony deserves tremendous credit for his fearlessness and perseverance in rescuing countless animals against all odds."--"The Explorers Journal"