A Photographer Spent Two Years Photographing Animals That May Soon Be Extinct

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Tim Flach is a world-renowned photographer. Throughout his decades of work, he has become well-known for his photography. For many years, his work has focused on animals and conservation. As Tim’s photography has taken him to various places around the world, he’s seen a need to focus on species that are under threat. The result of this body of work is a book titled Endangered. The book documents many endangered animals or animals that are vulnerable in an attempt to raise awareness about them.

Yunnan Snub-Nosed Monkey
Status: Endangered
Habitat: Southwestern China

Status: Vulnerable
Habitat: East Africa

Iberian Lynx
Status: Endangered – only 404 left in the wild.
Habitat: Spain and Portugal

Polar Bear
Status: Vulnerable
Habitat: Arctic sea ice

Golden Snub-Nose Monkey
Status: Endangered
Habitat: Central China

Snow Leopard
Status: Vulnerable
Habitat: Eastern Himalayas, Yangtze

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Yunnan Snub-Nosed Monkey
Status: Endangered
Habitat: Southwestern China

Philippine Eagle
Status: Critically endangered
Habitat: The islands of Luzon, Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao in the Philippines.

Saiga Antelope
Status: Critically endangered
Habitat: Kazakhstan and Russia

Tim said:

“We as humans are connected to animals through our origins. If we don’t value them, we might lose them, and lose part of ourselves in the process.”/h3>

We’ll lose more than just a part of ourselves if we lose these endangered animals, I think. The responsibility is on us as humans to do what we can to protect these endangered animals.

You can follow Tim Flach on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and his book page. Tim has many, many more pictures of other endangered animals available on his website!

Tim has other works too, such as More Than Human, Dog Gods, and Equus. These amazing works are also available for sale by Tim on Amazon.

In you’re interested in animal conservation organizations you can check out World Wildlife Fund and Project Aware.

Tim Flach.

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