Photographer Spends A Couple Of Years Documenting Animals That May Soon Extinct

All of us are aware of the animals which are being endangered all over the world. But they are not closer to us now. Since we are distant from these animals, only news of them or the pictures reach us. But the saddest thing is their decreasing population due to the reasons such as loss of their own habitats, hunting and smuggling etc. 

But Tim Flach, a British photographer, who is unlike us, has decided to go to the forest to meet these wonderful creatures by himself. He was in the requirement of documenting these wild animals in photographs which are able to surpass time. He had been able to get this collection of photographs which was made into a work called Endangered, after a two years period of roaming among these wonderful creatures. Endangered is a magnificent collection of photographs which shows the most threatened animals on our planet and also it portraits the immeasurable loss which seems to be inevitable.

The snow leopard, polar bear and cheetah are some common animal species that are present in the collection. They are often seen on the news. And also there are some others from the Harry Potter films, saiga, Philippine eagle and the olm salamander. Go through and realize the threat and the challenges for the diversity of wildlife. Flach's main intention was to build up the bridge between humans and animals. That is the main reason for him to present the pics with the eyes of the animals pointing towards us. Eyes, the door to the soul.

Scroll down and realize the pain in these eyes.

1. Saiga

2. Polar Bear

3. Philippine Eagle

4. Hyacinth Macaw

5. African Elephant

6. Iberian Lynx

7. Snow Leopard

8. Cheetah with cubs

9. Ring-Tailed Lemur

10. White Bellied Pangolin

11. Ploughshare Tortoise

12. Red Panda

13. Fireflies

14. Hippopotamus

15. Giant Panda

16. Red Crowned Crane

17. Golden Snub-Nosed Monkey

18. Pied Tamarin

19. Sea Angels

20. Shoebill

21. Northern White Rhinoceros

22. Military Macaw

23. European Honey Bee

24. Egyptian Vulture

25. Scimitar Oryx

26. Western Lowland Gorillas

27. Scalloped Hammerhead Aggregation

28. Blue Throated Macaw

29. Proboscis Monkey

30. Kaiser’s Newt

31. Indian Gharial

32. Yellow-Eyed Tree Frog

33. Arabian Oryx

34. Marine Iguana

35. Beluga Sturgeon

36. Lemur Leaf Frog

37. Yunnan Snub Nosed Monkey

38. Smooth Fronted Caiman

39. Yellow Eyed Tree Frog Eggs

40. Hooded Vulture

41. Olm Salamander

42. Siamese Crocodile

43. Partula Snails

Source of the information: Truth Theory

Are you fascinated after seeing all these? Yes of course, we all are. The gallery makes us think of a way to keep them alive, so that we don’t need to see them through pictures like this. Then, we will be satisfied thinking that there are some more of them out somewhere, wandering.

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