Stunning Wild Life Photographs by Tim Flach

The impact of man’s activities on nature is, unfortunately, enormous, from the loss of forest land to plastic and other rubbish in the ocean.

Photographer Tim Flach was released in a book titled Enormous Book , more than 180 color photos of threatened or vulnerable species.

Flach traveled all over the world, from forests and savannas to polar seas and coral reefs, to explore one of the most pressing issues of the time. His book is predicted by the National Geographic Society scientist Jonathan Baille.

Stunning Wild Life Photographs by Tim Flach in the enormous book

Pangolins are considered to be the most commercial animal on the planet. In Africa they are chasing for meat, while in Asia for medical treatments. All four of them are vulnerable, while one is threatened with extinction.

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The state of the marine angel that is threatened with extinction has not been evaluated, but falls victim to the acidification of the oceans. These creatures are important for feeding other fish.

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Hippopotamuses are referred to as vulnerable by the International Union for the Protection of Nature (IUCN). Their numbers have fallen due to hunting for both meat and teeth.

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Polar bears are considered vulnerable by the International Nature Conservation Union, as they are victims of melting ice from climate change.

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Images of coral polyps and coral Montipora. Coral polyps grow as a colony and are vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

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Yellow-eyed frogs are threatened with extinction as their habitat is damaged due to the development of San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica.

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Smugglers are trading the Madagascar turtles for their shells and the species is considered to be endangered.

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The two-color Tamarin is threatened with extinction, according to the International Association for Nature Conservation, as suburban development has led to deforestation and loss of its habitat.

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For the threatened species of rhino, director Xi Zhinong has created documentaries and saved a part of their habitat.

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The monarch butterfly is not threatened, but ecological bodies have seen large reductions in their migrant populations, in California and Mexico, between 1997 and 2016.

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The Eagle of the Philippines is referred to as an immediately threatened species, as many of its habitats have been deforested.

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The snow leopard survives over 207 square kilometers in central Asia, which means that people can come in contact with it more and more as agricultural land is expanding. It is considered to be threatened by IUCN.

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Antelope saga is immediately threatened with extinction as it hunts for meat and horns, while a bacterial infection decimates its populations.

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The rhinoceros population has huge losses because of the high value of their horns. The South African government legitimized domestic trade in the hope that prices would fall, but Baille writes that 1,000 rhinos were still killed in 2016. In the picture, the northern white rhinoceros – there are only three who stayed on Earth and all of them are in a zoo .

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The sturgeon, about 5 meters long, is hunted illegally for his eggs, which exceed $ 9,000 per pound. It is considered a critically endangered species, as there is a loss of habitats due to dams.

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There are a few hundred Indian crocodiles, mostly in sanctuaries. They were hunted wild for food and food, and their habitats were lost.

Source: Gizmodo
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