25 photos of animals that may disappear soon. Their beauty will definitely touch your hearts.

Animals are an essential part of our life and unfortunately, many of them are under the threat of extinction. This British photographer spent two years taking pictures of such kind of animals. He wanted to show us what we really should be interested to save.

Beautiful World wants to share his beautiful collection with you. Look at these incredible beauties, these might be the last photos we took of them.

#1 Mandrill

Image credit: Tim Flach

Mandrills form the largest social groups of any non-human primate, with a troop of 1,300 once recorded in the forests of Gabon. With their striking faces and eyes, they have evolved some of the most spectacular coloration of any
mammalian species, the intensity of which signifies their social and sexual status. Sadly, it is not just their appearance that is appealing; mandrill meat is considered a delicacy in West Africa, and it is part of a growing trade, with tons of bushmeat being smuggled into western Europe every week.
Logging and farming are limiting their places of refuge, and these remarkable animals are in urgent need of stronger protections.


#2 All of the Great Ape species are Endangered… except for one, us. 

Image credit: Tim Flach


#3 Polar Bear

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#4 Hooded Vulture

Image credit: Tim Flach


#5 Smooth Fronted Cayman

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#6 Yunan Snub Nosed Monkey

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#7

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#8 Indian Gharial

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#9 Kaiser’s Mountain Newt

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#10 Proboscis Monkey

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#11 Blue Throated Macaw

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#12 Western Lowland Gorillas

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#13 Scimitar Oryx’s

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#14 Egyptian Vulture

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#15 Military Macaw

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#16 Shoebill

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#17 Pied Tamarin

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#18 Red Crown Crane

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#19 Hippopotamus

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#20 Fireflies

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21 Snow Leopard

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22 African Elephant

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23 Hyacinth Macaw

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24 Saiga

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25 Philippine Eagle

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