Across Mongolian Plains: A Naturalist's Account of China's 'Great Northwest'
An account of a 1918 journey to Northern China by famed adventurer/paleontologist Roy Chapman Andrews. Andrews, who was the inspiration for the many explorer hero characters (including Indiana Jones), wrote this book for the general public, excluding "scientific details" that they might find "wearisome". - Summary by Matthew M. Benzing
NOTE: This book contains many accounts of hunting animals for sport and for exhibition in a museum.
Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Travel & Geography, Memoirs