The history of lions has been entwined with mankind for millions of years and they are surely the most celebrated of all animals. But, thanks to that same mankind who professes to revere them, their numbers have declined by half in the last quarter of a century alone.
Wild lions are now just found in sub-Saharan Africa and a small pocket in India, with only around 20,000 left.
The rapid reduction in the number of lions is one of the least-known stories in conservation, because their slaughter often happens out of sight. This book aims to open the eyes of the world to their plight before it’s too late.
Remembering Lions is the fourth book in the Remembering Wildlife fundraising series, which has so far raised more than USD $800,000 for conservation.
The aim of the creators is to make the most beautiful book ever seen on a species and use that to raise awareness of the plight facing that animal and funds to protect it. Each book is full of images generously donated by many of the world’s top wildlife photographers.
All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to projects working to protect lions in Africa.
Hardcover, Paper Over Board
11.95"L x 11.41"W x 1.04"H
— Publisher: Remembering Wildlife
— ISBN: 9781999643317
— Published: 29th Jul 2020
— Binding: Hardback
— Territory: USA & Canada
— Pages: 144 Pages
— Illustrations: 70 Color, 10 B&W
— Weight: 3.49 lb
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