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    Legendary anthropologist Louis Leakey believed that field study of the great apes our closet living relatives could yield important insights into the behavior of early hominids He recruited Jane Goodall to study chimpanzees in the wild Dian Fossey was his gorilla girl and in this memoir she recounts some of the events of the thirteen years spent with the mountain gorillas in their natural habitat Two years after publishing this book in 1983 Fossey was murdered the case still remains unsolved I had read Jane Goodall's memoir Reason for Hope just before reading Fossey's book With Goodall I rather wished for on the chimpanzees and less on her spiritual and political beliefs I certainly didn't have that complaint with Fossey although in the end her book is less accessible and engaging Much of Fossey's book is too detailed and dry for a layman and reads like a scientific report complete with appendixes bibliography and index She was less willing to speculate than Goodall about what her observations of gorillas suggested about human nature I learned far about such things as the dung of the gorilla than I ever wanted to know At the same time the various gorillas she observed such as Pablo Puck and especially Digit do come through as endearing personalities And if you're not moved by the stories of Coco and Pucker in Wild Orphans you have no beating heartThe probable reason for her murder also chillingly comes through I don't recall Goodall having had much of a problem with poaching in Tanzania Fossey's situation was quite different One of three subspecies of gorilla the mountain gorilla inhabits a narrow band of territory consisting of six dormant volcanoes running through Zaire Rwanda and Uganda Mountain gorillas had been discovered in 1902 and were expected to become extinct by the end of the same century When Fossey wrote the preface to her book she estimated the population of mountain gorillas at less than 250 individuals As soon as Fossey hit the ground she went to war with the hunters and herders using the reserve She released caught prey cut traplines destroyed hunting equipment confiscated weapons and helped capture men who then received long prison sentences for poaching At one point she even kidnapped the ten year old son of a leading poacher to force him to stop A cynical part of me wondered when I read that if Fossey would have become such a beloved heroine in the Western world had she done that to a European or American child She deliberately mixed herdsthus destroying long cherished bloodlines between familial herds of cattlemen whose families had been grazing in those areas for at least four hundred years And when her dog was taken she stole and held hostage the cattle of herders who had nothing to do with it threatening to kill one of the cattle each day until her dog was returned That's what she admitted to After reading the book and wondering what had happened in the nearly 30 years since and to find out what she hadn't told me I went a googling I found this article from Entertainment Weekly about Hayes' The Dark Romance of Dian Fossey based on over 200 interviews The article quoting Hayes claimed that in pursuit of her singular goal the protection of the endangered mountain gorilla Fossey had shot at her enemies kidnapped their children whipped them about the genitals smeared them with ape dung killed their cattle and burned their property Moreover the article notes Had Fossey not been lucky enough to publicize the plight of the apes by getting her book on the best seller lists her efforts on behalf of these magnificent creatures could have done harm than good Hardly anybody in Rwanda for example doubts that some apes were slaughtered less for profit than as acts of revenge against the scientist herself The good news at least is that according to the Wiki as of Spring 2010 the estimated total number of mountain gorillas worldwide is 790 Not out of danger but not extinct and with a population that's grown three fold in the last three decades The irony is that as the Entertainment Weekly article pointed out it's the success of the tourism Fossey opposed that has protected the mountain apes by making them worth infinitely to Rwandans than the value of their habitat as crop landI can't help but compare Fossey's legacy and the impression she made on me in her book to that of Jane Goodall In her opposition to animal research Goodall didn't just hurl bricks rhetorical or otherwise from outside the walls She didn't abuse those on the other side of the debate She visited laboratories and sat down with researchers to convince them to work with them to better the condition of experimental animals and she tried to find common ground with those who disagreed with her I have a very different worldview than Jane Goodall but I ended her memoir feeling for her liking respect even admiration With Fossey by the end of her memoir and a little follow up it was a very different story