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Thu Oct 16 17:57:58 2014 UTClccn-n20060674160.00L'Ange des bonobos0.191.00Bonobos66753968Claudine_Andrén 20060674167040281lccn-nb2010013340Woods, Vanessa1977-viaf-172181043Tixier, Alainscecmmflmdrtlccn-nr97041701Bonnaire, Sandrine(1967-....).nrtviaf-211034161Sabiani, Jean-Baptistecmpviaf-29838139Aubin, Isalinelccn-no2013045681Garrigue, Rolandaqtilllccn-no2013065737Curtil, Emmanuelnrtviaf-34656449Calderon, Philippesceviaf-212938485Enard, Guillaumecmmlccn-no99008891Kugler, DominiquecmmAndré, ClaudineCongo (Democratic Republic)Bonobo--BehaviorWildlife rescueBonoboAndré, ClaudineNewlywedsScientistsMP3 (Audio coding standard)African elephantEndangered speciesWildlife conservationAfricaZimbabwe1946199820062007200920102011201220139561030599.885168QL737.P96ocn421703501ocn780285670ocn780285024ocn801786647ocn053879813ocn767441813ocn822863680266ocn199212776book20070.25André, ClaudineWilde Zärtlichkeit : mein Paradies für Bonobos im Herzen AfrikasDie Autorin erzählt in dieser Autobiografie von ihrem Engagement für die vom Aussterben bedrohten Bonobos, für die sie im Kongo eine Schutzstation geschaffen hat117ocn800612922visu20111.00Tixier, AlainBonobosIl était une fois au coeur du Congo une espèce de grands singes que l'on ne trouve nulle part ailleurs, les bonobos. Plus intelligents, plus farceurs, plus fascinants que tous les autres singes, ils sont en voie de disparition. Claudine André, qui consacre sa vie à leur défense, a ouvert une réserve pour les protéger. Elle va y accueillir Béni, un petit bonobo capturé par les hommes, qui va réapprendre la vie en communauté et se préparer à affronter les dangers de la jungle. Les suppléments contiennent: Le "making of", interview de Claudine André, photos, bande-annonce93ocn708302175book20070.07Aubin, IsalineLe paradis des bonobos le combat d'une femme pour sauver des grands singesDans la forêt équatoriale en république du Congo, C. André a créé le sanctuaire Lola ya bonobo, paradis des bonobos. Victimes du braconnage, du trafic international d'animaux sauvages, de la déforestation et des années de guerre, les bébés bonobos ne survivent pas sans affection maternelle. A Lola ya bonobo, ce sont des mamans de substitution qui vont prendre soin des orphelins71ocn421062849book20060.97André, ClaudineUne tendresse sauvage41ocn690468932visu2007Guiton, VirginieL'Ange des bonobos22ocn869444563visu20120.10Benny allein im Wald = Bonobos11ocn053879813rcrd19981.00Environmental directionsIan Redmond, wildlife consultant to Born Free Foundation, discusses protecting apes and stopping the bushmeat trade, as well as saving elephants from ivory poaching. Claudine Andre, president, Amis de Animaux au Congo (Friends of Animals in the Congo, discusses animal protection in war-torn Congo, saving starving zoo animals, and creating sanctuaries and a bonobo (chimpanzee) orphanage11ocn767441813visuDes singes étonnants8825ocn456171756book20100.17Woods, VanessaBonobo handshake : a memoir of love and adventure in the CongoBiographyTraces how a Discovery Channel writer and her scientist fiancé settled in a Bonobo sanctuary in war-torn Congo, where their research enabled greater understanding of the characteristics and largely peaceful culture of the rare ape that shares 98.7 percent of human DNA+-+519059740672ocn639461349rcrd20100.12Woods, VanessaBonobo handshake [a memoir of love and adventure in the Congo]In 2005, Vanessa Woods joined her fiance on a research trip to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a country reeling from a brutal decade-long war. At a bonobo sanctuary in Congo's capital, many of whose inhabitants - ape and human alike - are refugees from unspeakable violence, the couple entered the world of this rare ape who shares 98.7 percent of our DNA. Yet, as Vanessa discovered, bonobos live in peaceful groups where females are in charge, war is nonexistent, and sex is as common and friendly as a handshake. A fascinating memoir of hope and adventure, Bonobo Handshake traces Vanessa's self-discovery as she finds herself falling deeply in love with her husband, the apes, and her new surroundings while probing life's greatest question: What ultimately makes us human?+-+769023061632461ocn065201987book20060.97André, ClaudineUne tendresse sauvage+-+5190597406Thu Oct 16 15:23:21 EDT 2014batch7792