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EW Visits The Set Of Disney's Rule

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EW Visits The Set Of Disney's Rule
« : 02 Июль 2019, 06:39:32 »
These stunning photographs showcase the work of the ten winners of a competition for places in an upcoming charity book called Remembering Lions. 

The book was pre-funded with a Kickstarter campaign that has so far raised _163,000 - making it the third most successful photography book funded on the platform. 

All profits from the book will go on lion conservation projects in Africa and the organiser hopes it will raise more than _200,000.  

Stunning photographs showcase the work of the winners of a competition for places in an upcoming charity book called Remembering Lions. Pictured: Lion father hugging his cub by Sabine Bernert

The book was pre-funded with a Kickstarter campaign that has so far raised _163,000 - making it the third most successful photography book funded on the platform. Pictured are four impressive male lions gazing in the distance by Phil McFadden

Margot Raggett and other wildlife photographers, including the current Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Marsel van Oosten, have created the coffee table photography book for charity to raise awareness about the threats that lions face.

Remembering Lions is the fourth in a series of photography books created by Ms Raggett and her campaign has already raised a whopping _460,000 for conservation projects in Africa and Asia.

The book features stunningly candid shots of lions in their natural habitat in the African plains.

Along with Margot Raggett and Marsel van Oosten are photographers Steve Winter, Art Wolfe and Frans Lanting who have donated photographs to raise awareness and funding to protect lions.

There are around 20,000 lions left in the wild currently and their numbers have been halved in just the last quarter of a century.

All profits from the book will go on lion conservation projects in Africa and the organiser hopes it will raise more than _200,000. Pictured is a young cub playing with its mother's tale by Yaron Schmind

Margot Raggett and other wildlife photographers, including the current Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Marsel van Oosten, have created the coffee table photography book for charity to raise awareness about the threats that lions face. Pictured is a young cub leading boldly leading its pride by Hendri Venter

Remembering Lions is the fourth in a series of photography books created by Ms Raggett and her campaign has already raised a whopping _460,000 for conservation projects in Africa and Asia. Pictured are young lions lounging in a tree by Daniel Rosengren

They face many threats from issues such as poaching for their skins and bones, hunting and habit loss and conflict with humans.

Once found across Africa, Asia, Europe and even watch The Lion King Americas, lions are now confined to sub-Saharan Africa and a small pocket in northern India.

Past fans of the Remembering Wildlife series include Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, Joanna Lumley and Russell Crowe.

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Share Margot Raggett said. 'So much of our wildlife is disappearing under our very noses, our generation has so much to answer for.

'These books are a way for the wildlife community to say take a stand and say enough is enough.'

Ms Raggett said: 'People take for granted that lions will be around for future generations, but unless serious action is taken now, they might not survive. We hope this book will help awareness of the crisis and allow us to change that.' 

There are only around 20,000 lions left in the wild currently and their numbers have been halved in just the last quarter of a century. Pictured is the silhouette of a lioness and her pride at sunset by Daniel Bailey 

Past fans of the Remembering Wildlife series include Pierce Brosnan, Michelle Pfeiffer, Joanna Lumley and Russell Crowe. Pictured is a young male lion wading through the shallows of the Luangwa River by Patrick Bentley

Margot Raggett said. 'So much of our wildlife is disappearing under our very noses, our generation has so much to answer for.' Pictured is a lion surveying his kingdom against the backdrop of the Nairobi city skyline in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, by Suhail Manji

Ms Ragget added: 'People take for granted that lions will be around for future generations, but unless serious action is taken now, they might not survive. We hope this book will help awareness of the crisis and allow us to change that.' Pictured is a lioness hunting wildebeest in the Maasai Mara in Kenya by Kim Griffin

Once found across Africa, Asia, Europe and even the Americas, lions are now confined to sub-Saharan Africa and a small pocket in northern India. Pictured is a pride of lions huddled together by Lakshitha Karunarathna 

Remembering Lions will be published on October 14 as the fourth book in Margot Raggett's Remembering Wildlife series. Pictured is a proud male lion by Federico Veronesi 

The series has garnered support from celebrities such as Pierce Brosnan and Joanna Lumley

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