Running After Antelope - Pages 35 through 51 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 35 through 51 Summary and Analysis

The Seri Indians of Mexico were another people who had a method for running down deer, antelope and mountain sheep which was documented in a 1895 report by William McGhee to the Smithsonian Institution.

Scott's brother spent five years working on earning his doctorate degree. It was a struggle for him; he even developed a serious heart condition called ventricular fribrulation. He would become faint from the lack of proper blood circulation. Scott wrote an angry letter to his brother's adviser warning him to not let anything happen to his brother or he'd be dead. Scott decided to deliver the letter in person.

Scott visited his brother at his campus lab in Ann Arbor. It was late at night but his dedicated brother was still working in the lab, studying a three-foot-long monitor lizard. He had implanted electrodes into the...

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