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About the Author
Carolyn Fry is a journalist and author specialising in science, conservation and natural history. A former Editor of Geographical, the magazine of the Royal Geographical Society, she is a contributor to BBC Online (science and technology), New Scientist, BBC Wildlife, The Times, Independent on Sunday, Guardian Unlimited (environment) and Flipside (children's science magazine). Under her editorship, Geographical won the British Environment and Media Award for Best Environmental Coverage in a Consumer Magazine. More recently, she collaborated with Colin Prior and wrote Living Tribes to accompany his photography. She is also author of The World of Kew, a book on the science and conservation work undertaken by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. This book was published by the BBC to accompany the 2007 TV series A New Year at Kew. Carolyn is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
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