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Theodore Monod

The Washington Post 25 Nov 2000
It was his first long, arduous trip across the Western Sahara Desert. Another year, the vegetarian traveler walked 600 miles along a Saharan route without a single watering hole, to prove he could exert himself physically without eating meat ... "If I go to the Sahara or if I dissect ...
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newsday.com - Friday - OBITUARIES Theodore Monod, 98, Naturalist, Researcher

Newsday 24 Nov 2000
At 21, he trekked atop a lumbering camel, 10 hours a day, from Mauritania to Senegal, his first long, arduous ride across the western Sahara Desert. Another year, the vegetarian traveler walked 600 miles along a Saharan route without a single watering hole to prove he could exert himself physically without eating meat.
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Naturalist Theodore Monod dies at 98

Seattle Times 22 Nov 2000
At 21, he trekked atop a lumbering camel, 10 hours a day, three miles an hour, from Mauritania, where he had studied fish, to Senegal - his first long, arduous ride across the Western Sahara Desert ... "If I go to the Sahara, or if I dissect the skulls of fish, it is to try to understand, to add a little more to human knowledge.
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