How Monkeys Make Chocolate: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Rain Forest
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How Monkeys Make Chocolate: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Rain Forest

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In How Monkeys Make Chocolate renowned ecologist Adrian Forsyth introduces the people, plants, and animals of the world’s rain forests through exciting first-hand stories and stunning color photographs. He visits aboriginal shamans and imitates the behavior of animals to tap into the inner workings of various rain forests, revealing a world of riches with unsuspected conne...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published July 12th 2006 by Owlkids Books (first published September 1st 1995)
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This book does an excellent job of describing some of the complex relationships between plants and animals in a topical rainforest.
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