John Livingston (naturalist)
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John Allen Livingston (November 10, 1923 – January 17, 2006) was a Canadian naturalist, broadcaster, author, and teacher. He was most known as the voice-over of the Hinterland Who's Who series of television zoological shorts in the 1960s.
In an interview with Thomas G. Philpott, he once said that a person is lucky to have one or two truly original ideas in his or her entire life and that the thinking that led to Rogue Primate was his.
- Darwin and the Galapagos (1966) (with Lister Sinclair)
- Birds of the Northern Forest (1966) (with J. F. Lansdowne)
- Arctic Oil (1981)
- The Fallacy of Wildlife Conservation (1981)
- Canada: A Natural History (1988)
- Rogue Primate: An Exploration of Human Domestication (1994)
- One Cosmic Instant (1968)
- The greatest environmentalist you've never heard of | 2007/04/08, Louise Fabiani | The Star (Delayed obituary.)
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