Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking

Tim Flach is a photographer who spent just over 2 years working on a project titled “Endangered“. The British photographer traveled the world with the goal of taking incredible pictures of exotic animals that may soon be extinct unless we change our ways and offer protection to these beautiful creatures.

The Photographer states that he wanted to reveal the relationships connecting humans with their wild counterparts. Many of us will never get to see the animals that Tim has captured in our lifetimes. These animals are affected by things like climate change, pollution, and deforestation. All of which are destroying natural habitats at a rapid rate around the world. If we don’t address these issues soon, these photographs will be all that we have left of these powerful animals.

Take a look at Tim’s incredible work below.

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking1. Siamese Crocodile 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking2. Yunan Snub Nosed Monkey

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking3. Hooded Vulture 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking4. Flat Fronted Cayman 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking5. Scallope Hammerhead Aggregation

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking6. Yellow-Eyed Tree Frog

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking7. Beluga Sturgeon 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking8. Proboscis Monkey 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking9. Marine Iguana 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking10. Scimitar Oryx’s

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking11. Egyptian Vulture

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking12. Indian Gharial 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking13. European Honeybee 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking14. Arabian Oryx

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking15. Kaiser’s Newt

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking16. Western Lowland Gorillas

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking17. Military Macaw 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking18. Northern White Rhinoceros 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking19. Golden Snub Nosed Monkey

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking20. Hippopotamus 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking21. Pied Tamarin

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking22. Blue Throated Macaw 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking23. Shoebill 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking24. Giant Panda

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking25. Red Crown Crane

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking26. Sea Angels

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking27. Ploughshare Tortoise 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking28. Snow Leopard 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking29. Ring Tailed Lemur 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking30. White Bellied Pangolin 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking31. Hyacinth Macaw 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking32. Cheetah With Her Cubs 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking33. African Elephant

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking34. Fireflies 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking35. Saiga 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking36. Red Panda

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking37. Polar Bear

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking38. Iberian Lynx 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking39. Philippine Eagle 

Photographer Spends 2 Years Photographing Animals That May Be Extinct Soon And It’s Heartbreaking40. Olm Salamander

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All of these animals are nearing extinction and as compassionate, resourceful, intelligent people, It is up to us to make the necessary changes. These animals are all a vital part of the ecosystem surrounding them. They are pieces to an enormous puzzle that needs to be protected.

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