Wildlife photographer Graeme Green: 'With 'The New Big 5', we want people to care'

Wildlife photography is about making people care. That's the hope of one of the world's top photographers, whose work has taken him across the planet with the aim of capturing the best images he can. Graeme Green says his aim is to get people thinking about habitat loss, poaching and climate change as they look at his pictures. He's put together a collection of more than 200 stunning wildlife photos by some of the world's leading photographers for a book called "The New Big 5", which is a celebration of wildlife photography. He joined us for Perspective to tell us more.

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