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Last Chance to See tells of humorist Douglas Adams and zoologist Mark Carwardine's travels in search of endangered species and examines the chances for these animals' and plants' survival.
Last Chance to See opens with humorist Douglas Adams on Madagascar, teamed with zoologist Mark Carwardine, looking for the nearly extinct aye-aye lemur on a government preserve. Adams and Carwardine decide to team up on a wider journey. They next meet to find the Komodo dragon, also on a government preserve. The only intrepid part of their adventure is enduring Indonesian bureaucracy and tourists. They fly next to Zaïre, endure missionaries and more bureaucracy, and enjoy a visit to the mountain gorillas at the Virunga volcanoes before finding in Garamba National Park some of the surviving northern white rhinoceroses. They hope next to see a flightless parrot, the kakapo, in Fiordland on South Island, New Zealand, but succeed in that mission... View more of the Last Chance to See Summary
Last Chance to See Lesson Plans contain 134 pages of teaching material, including: