40 Animals That May Soon Be Extinct Mr Devotor December 29, 2017 Amazing & Incredible 204 British photographer Tim Flach, has spent the more than 2 years to documenting braving their habitats and their brittle existences. Thus, the resulting body of work, Endangered, provides us with a close and exceptional view into the striking lives of Earth’s most threatened creatures, and reminds us of everything we should be scared to lose. For most of us, endangered animals are a far-away mystery. Therefore, from species we are all acquainted with polar bear, snow leopard, cheetah, however to exotic beasts we would only imagine in fantasy films Saiga, Philippine eagle, Olm salamander. So Tim Flach presents a wide spectrum of biodiversity with Endangered, and sheds light on the inimitable challenges each animal faces in order to survive. Thus, some have had their numbers cut down by habitat destruction. While others endure more gruesome ordeals, such as hunting, poaching, and being sold into the black market. Tim Flach has regularly stated that he set a goal to reveal the relationships that attach humans to our wilder counterparts. Staring into the eyes of the animals featured in Endangered, it’s painful to imagine that any one of them would ever be considered less worthy of life than one of us. So, have a look into the most stunning shots from the series, and vote for the ones that took your breath away. 40. Marine Iguana 39. Siamese Crocodile 38. Giant Panda 37. Partula Snails 36. Sea Angels 33. Snow Leopard 34. Arabian Oryx 35. Fireflies 31. Egyptian Vulture 31. Egyptian Vulture 30. Kaiser’s Newt 29. Northern White Rhinoceros 25. Indian Gharial 26. Lemur Leaf Frog 27. Smooth Fronted Cayman 28. Military Macaw 24. Beluga Sturgeon 23. Scallope Hammerhed Aggregation 22. Scimitar Oryx’s 21. Blue Throated Macaw 17. European Honey Bee 18. Red Crown Crane 19. Western Lowland Gorillas 20. Yellow Eyed Tree Frog Eggs 16. Monarch Butterflies 15. Green Winged Macaws on Claylick 14. Olm Salamander 13. Pied Tamarin 12. Yunan Snub Nosed Monkey 11. Ploughshare Tortoise 10. While Bellied Pangolin 9. Iberian Lynx 8. Shoebill 7. Hacintth Macaw 6. Polar Bear 5. Ring Tailed Lemur 4. Golden Snub Nosed Monkey 3. Philippine Eagle 2. Saiga 1. Proboscis Monkey Source: BP Related PostsThe inseparable tiger and lion cubs snuggling up to bunniesThe Animals Bridges Across The WorldArtist Creates Steampunk Animals from Old ThingsFurniture Create An Illusion Animals Are Emerging From WaterA Cute Miniature Horse Give Therapeutic Benefits for People When They’re Really in Need of ThemIndian “Birdman” Cares more than 4,000 Exotic Green ParakeetsDevotion Among AnimalsThe Smiling Gecko Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.