On November 27th, 1949, the first polar bear cub to be successfully reared in Britain was born at the London Zoo. Originally thought to be male, she was named for her two keepers, Bruce and Sam (reversed). The text of this book describes a series of photographs showing Brumas and her mother, Ivy, exploring their enclosure and 'searching for Brumas' father, Mischa'
INSCRIBED PREVIOUS OWNER. BOARDS ARE VERY WORN, USED AND A TAD GRABBY. PAGES INSIDE ARE TIGHT AND ALL ATTACHED BUT CORNERS A LITTLE GRUBBY. PUBLISHED 12TH APRIL 1959 2ND IMPRESSION