Remembering Bears launches today – buy your copy now!

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‘Polar Bear’ by Marsel van Oosten – just one of many stunning images in Remembering Bears (Image credit: Marsel van Oosten / Remembering Bears)

The seventh book in the Remembering Wildlife conservation series officially launches tonight, at the Royal Geographical Society in London. 

Nature photographer Thomas D Mangelsen and wildlife cameraman and BBC TV presenter Gordon Buchanan MBE are keynote speakers, and at least 15 photographers and contributors are expected to attend and sign copies of the book. 

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