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This book is an autobiography based on Keith’s memoirs which he wrote shortly before he died in 2006 not for publication but for his descendents who might be interested in how he spent his life. He didn’t think there would be wide interest but this was far from true and in fact he wrote a most interesting story of his life especially in Africa where he lived with his family for several years Keith was born in 1929 in rural Canada on the prairies of Alberta. He was always passionate about animals and wanted nothing else than a life involving animals and this was something that he achieved. He went to school in Bristol and was educated at Southampton University and Cambridge where he taught for several years. He had a wide knowledge of the animal world and was very knowledgeable about every animal that he met. He acquired an encyclopedic knowledge of the animal world and he wanted nothing more than to learn all he could about animals and to this end as a youngster he established a so called zoo in the garden. Our mother was not too happy when he introduced ants to what he called Ant Island which was an upturned dust bin lid

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