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Aldabra is the world's largest raised coral atoll and one of the most remote places in the Indian Ocean. It is home to almost 90% of the world's giant tortoises, a largely unexplored marine wonderland and a haven for birds, including the last flightless bird in the Indian Ocean.

This book is the visual diary of our two expeditions to Aldabra and the surrounding islands of Assumption, Astove and Cosmoledo.


About the Author

Wolfgang Grulke
TMM123weg Dorset, UK

Wolfgang is a businessman, author and photographer with an unbridled passion for the natural world. By choice he is both a futurist and a palaeontologist - spanning hundreds of millions of years of pre-history - while trying to inspire top executives who often think that 'the future is never urgent'!

He lives contentedly with his wife Terri Martin and two dogs in the English countryside.

Publish Date  February 21, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  284 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Travel

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CORBETT07 says

I have previewed this book - after searching out Aldabra Island and its small archipelago in a very large (!) atlas - and it gives a wonderful account of a remarkable expedition. The photography is of quite exceptional quality. A mall masterpiece, is this. Robert Corbett. 22/02/2011.

posted at 07:02am Feb 22 PST


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