Alison Jolly’s last book chronicles efforts to save lemurs

‘Thank You, Madagascar’ describes conservation challenges

LURE OF LEMURS  Alison Jolly began the first long-term field study of ring-tailed lemurs in 1962. She dedicated much of her later career to conservation efforts, as she details in Thank You, Madagascar.

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