Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 2
Robert W. Ross, John J. Bullington
Bell & Howell, 1910 - Fayette County (Ill.)
Six of the Earth's most remarkable parks on six different continents showcased - from the dense rain forest of Manu National Park in Peru to the rich wildlife of South Africa's Kruger to the desert beauty of Jordan's Petra. Dramatic, informative, and breathtakingly beautiful, the journey through each of these parks explores an amazing corner of the globe.
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