One of the most influential conservationists of our time describes how his interest in ecological conservation began when he was a bookish undergraduate film student. He describes 30 years of field work studying tigers, rhinos, bats and many other creatures around the globe.

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  • Eric Dinerstein Chief Scientist and Vice President for Science at World Wildlife Fund-U.S.

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