W.H. Hudson (1841-1922) was a well-known Victorian naturalist and ornithologist and one of the founders of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in the UK. In this book, he writes about his travels in the Rio Negro region of Patagonia and speculates on topics as diverse as eye colour and the sense of smell. A book of its time but nevertheless interesting.
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