Nothing breaks my heart quite like hearing about the incredible animals on this planet that have to suffer by the hands of man. From endangered to extinct, these creatures that have been here long before us need to be heard before it’s all too late. That’s where Tim Flach comes in.
In his new book, Endangered, Flach photographs several species that face the perils of a threatened ecosystem. From deep within the coral reef to the hot dunes of the desert, from the bitter cold tundra to the tropical dewy rainforest, we see it all. Flach gives us a head-on view of the living things that face the most troubles and downfalls. Expert zoologist Jonathan Baillie documents each animal in detail so we can get the full story of their origin.
Take a look at some of them below. I will say this: they are the most beautiful faces I’ve seen in a long time.
Crowned sifika lemur /Image Via People
Saiga antelope / Image Via People
Pied tamarin / Image Via People
White-bellied pangolin / Image Via People
Beluga sturgeon / Image Via People
Egyptian vulture / Image Via People
Yunan snub-nosed monkey / Image Via People
Sea angels / Image Via People
If you think these are absolutely wondrous, you should buy Endangered and see the rest of the 180 species that need our help. Maybe one day they can have a life that’s as beautiful as they are.