全書400頁，當中370頁以上均為野生動物照片，最後30頁為全書圖片說明，介紹相中動物及其生活地點，對於一些罕見的動物 / 動物現象 / 拍攝更詳加說明，實為愛好動物者的佳物。
At least 500 various wild animal photos were taken around the world, from sky to ground, from sea surface to undersea.
More than 370 out of 400 pages are photos of wild animals, with individual captions at the last 30 pages. The captions describe the names of the animals and their living places. There are also interesting paragraphs describing rare animals and phenomenon. For those who like animals, this would be a great present for them.
This animal album is also suitable for gift purposes.
Life on earth evolves continuously. After several mass extinctions of species, approximately more than two million types of plants and animals are now confirmed on the planet. Yet, there is still an incredible diversity of species living here without being found. However, with population explosion - seven billion people cause rapid land use expansion, economic development, civilization and some other factors. These further lead to global warming and accelerate species extinction. Then, there are waves of natural disasters: volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunami, etc., which destroy our home…
Gradually, wildlife animals are disappearing for my camera, from my eyes. This book is presented to you, who love and care animals.
本相集適合一家大小齊齊認識動物，促進親子關係；其精裝硬皮，樸實無華，亦同樣適合愛好動物 / 攝影讀者作收藏用途。
The Readers who love and care about animals will surely have put it down.
The animal photo collection is not only an album best for parental education, but also a pack, with its hardcover and simple design, for animal lovers or photographers.
1981年建立了事業根基，二十年間已有卓越成就，及後一直構思做一些特別及有意義的事， 自1994 年找到他的興趣——水底攝影後，計劃就從海洋開始。
After two decades of establishing his career foundation in 1981, Dr. Leslie Chan Chi-yin has gotten an outstanding achievement. He then considered doing something special and meaningful. He found his interest in underwater photography in 1994. Since then, the plan has started from the ocean.
Dr. Chan has been looking for and taking pictures of marine life at various tourist attractions in different countries all over the world. Meanwhile he represented Hong Kong in an international biennial underwater photography contest in 1998 and 2000 at Norway and Egypt respectively. In the later, his photo "The Corals of Red Sea" was selected to be the world’s top ten. He was then inspired to dive and shoot continuously in his birthplace: Hong Kong. His photos have been used in investigation and research, in which some new species of marine life were found living in Hong Kong underwater. It was very encouraging! He therefore published "Marine Life of Hong Kong" as a souvenir.
In the past ten years and more, he has started a new page in his life: he leaves the ocean for land. He has spent even more energy and time on shooting wildlife on land than marine life.