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生意做一笔打一肖中特开奖

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Stunning images of some of the world's most

endangered animals

behaving just like humansWith a protective arm around its precious baby, this gorilla apes us humans perfectly. The touching image, a

nd other shots of a Sumatran orangutan deep in thought and a majesti

c-looking lion, were captured in Melbourne Zo

o , Australia. It is part of a project by photographer Arthur Xanthopoulos to raise awareness of endangered species . The beautiful images were taken over 18 months and the photographer hopes they will highlight the desperate plight of some of the globes most endangered creatures. Orangutans share a kiss, while majestic lions play fight in the wonderful series of photos.  Sumatran Orangutan looks like in deep thoughts at Melbourne Zoo in Melbourne, Australia (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) An adult male lion sits proud and magnificent (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) Mr Xanthopoulos told the Daily Mail: As with my previous work, the images are also designed to showcase the humanism of the great apes and in doing so help bring to the fore the plight these animals face in the wild. Portrait of a Western Lowland Gorilla mother with her baby (I

mage: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) A young elephant seen at Melbourne Zoo in Melbourne (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) When people view the images, my hope is that they will see these animals as more than just animals in a zoo and take the time to understan

d the risks they face due to human encroachment o

n their habitats. Sumatran Orangutan looks directly to the photographer as he has his photo taken (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) An adult mal

e lion and lioness play fight (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / B生意做一笔打一肖中特开奖 arcroft Media) And the snapper was so determined to catch the perfect images he only visited the zoo when it was cloudy to avoid glare on his shots. A ma

jestic portrait of the Sumatr

an Tiger

at Melbourne Zoo (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) He said: Melbourne zoo participates in a worldwide captive breeding program designed to curb the threat of extinction for these animals and bring to light the environmental threats. Two Sumatran Orangutans

seen sharing an adorable moment (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) The Sumatran Tiger seen growling (Image: Arthur Xanthopoulos / Barcroft Media) Another reason for

why I photograph these ani

mals is to help send a message to my audience that we, as consumers, have a direct effect on the habitats of these animals, like the Sumatran orangutan, through our choice of food products with sustainable palm oil as opposed to unsustainable palm oil. Read more:Worlds most endangered big cat species cheats extinction with remarkable baby boom Looking at

these snaps it’s hard not to be wild about these creatures.

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