Emmanuelle Grundmann

Emmanuelle Grundmann

When she was little, Emmanuelle Grundmann dreamed about the Amazon, about monkeys, and about flying above the canopy on feathered wings. Since then she has become an author and speaker with a doctorate in ethology (the science of animal behavior) and conservation. Emmanuelle writes and travels the planet for biodiversity-themed conferences and exhibits, with a particular interest in primates, forests, oceans, amphibians, and kakapos. She also presents children’s workshops.

Books By Emmanuelle Grundmann

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When Elephants Listen with their Feet

Explore the wild and wonderful world of animal senses with a dynamic work of children’s nonfiction.

By Emmanuelle Grundmann & Clémence Dupont

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