Work Tim Flach.
Photographer Tim Flach known for his works that show the emotional or human side of animals. Photo Place often show moods, expressions and gestures, and force us to rethink our relationship to the natural world.
“Endangered”: photos of animals by Tim Flach
His newest book is titled “endangered” includes the text of zoologist Jonathan Bailey and tries to get readers to consider the impact that they have on these animals, and think about what it means for them to disappear.
He spent days in the cold snow to capture on video a rare saiga. He swam with sturgeons and hippos.
Ecosystems in which they live, many of these creatures have been destroyed, to make room for cities and farms. But, eliding the environment, we erase the only places where you can live some of the most unique creatures on Earth.
Check out some photos from the book.
Pangolins — being, which most threatened by the illegal wildlife trade. This pangolin hanging from the tail of the mother.
The hippos are hunted for meat and teeth.
Yellow-eyed forest frogs suffer from climate change.
Madagascar keyworda turtle is the rarest turtle in the world.
It was assumed that rinopatii extinct before one was seen in 1962, although the remaining populations are small and isolated.
Fireflies help us learn how does bioluminescence, even though light pollution and loss of forests are threatening these creatures.
Philippine eagles are suffering from deforestation and poaching.
African vultures – sanitation. They inhibit the spread of disease and prevent acts of poaching. And some poachers have started to kill these are endangered birds that draw attention to illegal hunting.
Snow leopards – the most elusive cats in the world. And they lose their habitats.
Saiga have survived since the ice age — a view shared the world with mammoths and saber-toothed tigers. But poaching has put this species on the brink of extinction.
Previously, it was possible to find the Beluga length of 5 meters in the Black sea and the Caspian sea. But these giants disappeared, and children who are still in danger, threatened by people who hunt for their eggs.
Sudan, pictured here, is the last white Rhino in the world.
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