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It is totally organic, very finely powdered, and the freshness is undoubted! The great apes thrive in the peat-swamp forests of poorly drained river basins, and in valley-bottom forests along rivers. Kampong Ayer contains many small villages that are linked together by almost 30 kilometres of foot-bridges, although speed boats nowadays are a more important mode of transport, especially on some longer distances. The unpredictable weather and river conditions made this trip an exploratory adventures.

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Publisher: Penguin UK (February 27, 2007)

ISBN: 0141025484

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