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In 1985, science fiction author Douglas Adams meets zoologist Mark Carwardine in Madagascar to find an aye-aye, a rare nocturnal lemur made extinct in Africa by monkeys and now protected by humans on Nosy Mangab√© Island. There, against predictions, they see one and Carwardine explains how poaching and loss of habitat are wiping out species on Madagascar and in Africa. Adams needs a few months to finish writing assignments before joining in the search. The first chapter lists the animals to be sought out in this book and suggests that humans are both the cause of trouble and the only solution. Animals naturally adapt to their environment, compete for resources, and the strongest wins. Note that Adams has a penchant for anthropomorphizing—ascribing human thoughts and emotions to animals.

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