Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

According to the Bible, Noah’s Ark vessel was built by Noah at God’s command for salvation from the Flood, his family and all the animals (a pair of each species). Photographer Joel Sartore for 10 consecutive years, documenting the biological diversity of our world.By analogy with Noah’s Ark, the project is called Photo-Ark. Already filmed 5600 animals from selected 12 000 birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.

01. A miniature fox Fenech peculiar appearance, which lives in the deserts of North Africa. His name was the small animal from the Arabic word fanak, which means “fox.” (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

02. Fire shrimp cardinal. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

03. The red-tailed monkey, monkey or Schmidt. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

04. Blue lizard (Varanus macraei) long, having an elongated body and a tenacious, well-suited for grasping tail. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

05. Curly ARACARI – one of the most prominent among toucans, curly ARACARI (lat. Pteroglossus beauharnaesii ) his unusual hairstyle outdid even the most exotic birds. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

06. The green tree python. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

07. The female northern white rhino named for Nabire. She died a week after this photo was taken. today, one male and two females – the last white rhinos on the planet. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

08. Giant stag beetle. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

09. Chinese flying frog. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

10. The giant panda. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

11. Guianan cock-of-the-rock. It inhabits tropical and subtropical virgin forest, preferring mountainous terrain and rich ponds. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

12. The four-toed hedgehog. These urchins are resistant to poisons and can eat even poisonous snakes and scorpions. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

13. pantherina chameleon. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

14. Ryzheplechaya proboscis dog. A characteristic feature of the type is long, like the trunk of a muzzle. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

15. The tree pangolin. Leads mainly nocturnal life in the trees. On earth moves on its hind legs, clutching the front to breast and balancing tail. (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

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