In “Born to Run.” which has become biblical for many runners, Christopher McDougall relates the story of Louis Liebenberg who, with a renegade band of Bushmen, ran down an antelope in the Kalahari Desert in Africa. It wasn’t, though, for sport but to test his theory.
“I had a vague gut feeling that the art of animal tracking could represent the origin of science itself,” Liebenberg told McDougall.
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