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Book review of "Hunting Practices of the Wachiperi: Demystifying Indigenous Environmental Behavior," authored by Rodolfo Tello. A review by John Renshaw, PhD.* Rodolfo Tello’s study of Wachiperi hunting offers an interesting and much needed input into the debate about whether indigenous peoples have an innate commitment to environmental conservation. The Wachiperi are an indigenous people numbering only about 60 people, who live in the village of Queros and the nearby town of...