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Eye to an Endangered World From Polar Seas to the Wilds of Tropical Asia

Art / Photobook Cancelled
By: Gerald Cubitt(Author)
212 pages, colour photos
Eye to an Endangered World
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  • Eye to an Endangered World ISBN: 9781913491154 Hardback Apr 2021 Publication cancelled #250896
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Eye to an Endangered World is a collection of Gerald's best wildlife and scenic images from polar regions to the wilds of Southeast Asia. The world is changing so fast and it is vital to emphasize the hazards of global warming and ever-increasing human threats to our peaceful co-existence with vulnerable wildlife and harmony for the natural world.

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Gerald Cubitt was born and educated in England. He received an Honours degree in Modern History and Political Science at Trinity College, Dublin. Gerald spent several years in Kenya developing his interest in natural history and wildlife photography. From there he transferred to Cape Town in South Africa which has been his base in more recent times. He produced a series of Africa wildlife photograph books from Struik Publishers; this led to two major Readers Digest projects involving extensive travels throughout southern Africa. Gerald worked with William Collins for Wild India, a first of its kind. This was followed by contacts with John Beaufoy Publishing and a wide series of books on Southeast Asia and New Zealand. Gerald has more recently extended his photo travels to the Antarctic, Australia, Northeast Asia and the Arctic region.

Art / Photobook Cancelled
By: Gerald Cubitt(Author)
212 pages, colour photos
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