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Remembering Elephants

With the ivory trade still a big problem in Africa, wild elephants could be wiped out within the next generation.


In 2016, producer and wildlife photographer Margot Raggett asked 65 of the world's best wildlife photographers to donate imagery to the most beautiful book on elephants. In turn, some of the proceeds would go to the Born Free Foundation to help fight elephant poaching.


This 144-page book contains fantastic imagery from talented photographers, including eight previous winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, looking at the life of elephants from birth to death. The first edition of 2,500 copies has completely sold out and is now being reprinted in this wonderful second edition. As before, some of the proceeds will go towards saving these majestic creatures.


This is a superb gift for wildlife and photography fans alike.

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£45.00
Additional product details
  • foreword by Virginia McKenna
  • hardback
  • 144 pages
  • 30.4 x 28cm
  • second edition
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