A Photographer Traveled the Entire World to Take Photos of Animals That Might Soon Just Extinct
These incredibly cute creatures inhabit South and Central China and prefer to live in the mountains at heights of 1-2 miles, which is why they are nicknamed as “snow monkeys. They inhabit South and Central China and prefer to live in the mountains at heights of 1-2 miles, which is why they are nicknamed as “snow monkeys.”
Ever heard of Shoebills? Yes, they have a weird name. They are from tropical swamps in Central and Eastern Africa where marbled lungfish can be found — their main diet. Even they are on the verge of extinction!
Here's another amazing looking, lesser known animal. The pied tamarin can be found in a restricted area in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest as well as within and just north of the city limits of Manaus, the capital of the Amazonas state of Brazil.
Here's another cutie. This exotic animal inhabits the tropical rainforests of African savannahs from Senegal to Kenya and to Zambia in the south.
Ring-tailed lemurs can mainly be found on dry open lands and in forests on the south of Madagascar. They are extremely cute but its sad that they'll extinct very soon!
This monkey is endemic to the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia, and it can be found in all 3 countries that share this island: Indonesia, Brunei, and Malaysia. Life looks pretty difficult for them in near future!
The lynx inhabits the southwest of Spain (the majority of the population can be found in Donana National Park), and now its major area of habitat is the mountains. In 1960s, only 3000 Iberian Lynx were left. The number has just reduced since then!
With every passing day, we are just losing on our Polar Bears. They'll soon be extinct.
This unique looking creature can be found only in the forests of the Philippines. It’s the biggest eagle in the world by the length of its wings, and it is the national bird of the Philippines. They are protecting them as much as they can but slowly they are getting away!
he area of their habitat is Central and South Africa. They live in savannahs and forests, nesting on trees near human settlements. They are endangered as well!
The present areas of the saiga’s habitat are Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Russia, and Mongolia. In 2002, IUCN added saigas to the list of species at risk. This is just sad! This animal looks gorgeous!
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