Photographer Takes Photos of Almost Extinct Animals


Image via timflachphotography/Instagram

A British photographer takes beautiful photos of almost extinct animals. He gives you an opportunity to take a last look at these creatures before they become extinct. Tim Flach is also the author of a project titled “Endangered.” He spent two years traveling the world to take amazing pictures of exotic animals that may soon become extinct.

Flach says that he wanted to show how humans connect with their wild counterparts in this project. Unfortunately, so many people may never have the opportunity to see such endangered animals in their lifetime. So many factors are preventing this from happening including pollution, climate change, destruction of animal habitat and deforestation. If such issues are not addressed urgently, pictures will be all that is left of these wonderful creatures.  

We think it is an excellent way to draw attention to the problem. See some of his amazing photographs below:



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