Travels on the Amazon (Paperback)
Join Alfred Russel Wallace on his expedition up the Amazon River, where he encounters exotic flora and fauna and explores the customs of the indigenous peoples. As a contemporary of Charles Darwin, Wallace also reflects on his own theories of evolution and natural selection. This classic account of exploration and scientific discovery is sure to captivate readers with its fascinating descriptions and insights into the natural world.
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