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Natural World: Lemur Blues
For five years Mat Pines has lived in the wilds of Ethiopia, studying a troop of baboons in the Awash National Park. Though violent and dangerous, these baboons now consider Mat as part of their family and he has grown to love them too. But the warlike Afar tribe have started threatening to shoot the baboons and take over their land for grazing…and to shoot Mat too if he tries to get in the way. Natural World follows Mat as he tries to broker a complicated peace between the tribe and his new baboon family, with only a year left before he must leave Ethiopia.
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