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Joan McIntyre

  • We have for too long accepted a traditional way of looking at nature, at nature's creatures, which has blinded us to their incredible essence, and which has made us incomparably lonely. It is our loneliness as much as our greed which can destroy us.

  • Animals were once, for all of us, teachers. They instructed us in ways of being and perceiving that extended our imaginations, that were models for additional possibilities.

Joan McIntyre, U.S. whale expert, writer

(1931)

Full name: Joana McIntyre Varawa.