Just another nature book. Photos and descriptions are nothing special and you can read it in an hour. Yes it would be wonderful if we could preserve this place but in fact it's almost certain we won't preserve anyplace much past the middle of the next century when industrial civilization will be collapsing. Official UN demographics show that of the approx 4 billion that will be added to world in next 100 years or so, 3 billion will be in Africa and there will be nothing left of nature, peace, decency or sanity. Starvation, disease, crime, violence and war will sweep over the earth(as they are even now). Even if a few places are protected by shooting anyone who tries to enter, global warming will drastically transform the planet and force the 11 billion into a much smaller space as the sea rises as much as 200 feet. Only the forceful reduction to a billion or so can prevent this and I don't see it happening. Only good news for me is that I won't have descendants and won't be here to see it.