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Vanishing World The Endangered Arctic

Art / Photobook
By: Mireille De La Lez and Fredrik Granath
264 pages, 130 col photos
Publisher: Abrams
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Published to coincide with the International Polar Year, "Vanishing World" is an unprecedented visual record of life in the Arctic. Five years in the making, this book is both a celebration of the wildlife that inhabits this harsh and unforgiving climate and a cautionary tale of global warming. Rising temperatures have put areas such as the Artic at risk and the livelihoods of the animals that live there are increasingly threatened.

Set against a dramatic landscape of ice floes and ragged mountains, readers will see the polar bears, foxes, seals, walruses and reindeers, who now struggle to live in this vulnerable climate. Images of a polar bear mother as she takes her newborns out for their first hunt, a seal pup only hours old, the spectacle of the polar night and the majesty of the glaciers and pack ice are a reminder of what is at risk.

Mireille de la Lez's stunning photographs are accompanied by text that explains the precarious nature of life in this dramatic climate.

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Nature photographer Mireille de la Lez and co-writer Fredrik Granath have spent years working in the high Arctic and specialise in photography and films of the polar regions. They live in Stockholm, Sweden.

Art / Photobook
By: Mireille De La Lez and Fredrik Granath
264 pages, 130 col photos
Publisher: Abrams
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