Photographer Tim Flach Captures Inspiring Portrays Of The World’s Most Endangered Species

Posted by Sumaiya Ghani in Nature and Travel On 10th January 2018

Earth is the only known planet in the universe with the perfect conditions for life. Every creature on this planet has its own value and uniqueness which fits in the box very perfectly and gives a balanced feel.

Saiga Antelope

Flach was inspired to photograph endangered animals because his work has been centred around animals for many years.

Status: Critically endangered

Habitat: Kazakhstan and Russia

Philippine Eagle

Photography has taken Flach around the globe and shown him that some of the Earth’s most incredible creatures are in serious trouble.

Status: Critically endangered

Habitat: The islands of Luzon, Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao in the Philippines

Yunnan Snub-Nosed Monkey

These incredible photographs are going to be published in a book called Endangered.

Status: Endangered

Habitat: Southwestern China

Snow Leopard

A majestic capture of Snow leopard by the photographer Tim Flach

Status: Vulnerable

Habitat: Eastern Himalayas, Yangtze

Golden Snub-Nose Monkey

Flach hopes that his readers will bear this question in mind when looking at his pictures, “To whom does the term ‘endangered’ really apply?”

Status: Endangered

Habitat: Central China

Polar Bear

According to Flach, We as humans are connected to animals through our origins.

Status: Vulnerable

Habitat: Arctic sea ice

Iberian Lynx

Flach said of the importance of conservation that these animals are needing right now.

Status: Endangered – only 404 left in the wild.

Habitat: Spain and Portugal

Pied Tamarin

A very rare picture photographed by Flach

Status: Endangered

Habitat: Brazilian rainforest

Yellow-Eyed Tree Frog Eggs

If we don’t value these beautiful creatures of nature, we might lose them, and lose part of ourselves in the process.

Status: Endangered

Habitat: Mexico, Central America, and Colombia

Ploughshare Tortoises

The world’s rarest tortoise.

Status: Critically endangered

Habitat: Madagascar

Hippopotamus

Hippopotamus has also been included in the list of endangered species.

Status: Vulnerable

Habitat: sub-Saharan Africa

Tiger

It has been estimated that by 2020 global animal populations will decline by a staggering 67% which is a danger call for the world.

Status: Endangered

Habitat: India to Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, North Korea and Russia.

Chimpanzees

Even if you’re not an animal lover, the knock-on effects which this could have on other species will be shocking.

Status: Endangered

Habitat: Southern Senegal, Western Uganda, and Western Tanzania.

Axolotl

According to Flach humanity, itself could get affected if such species are going to extinct.

Status: Critically Endangered

Habitat: Mexico

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