Joel Sartore Takes Breathtaking Studio Images Of Endangered Animals


American wildlife photographer is doing what he can to save these endangered animals by making us falling is love with them.

Coquerel’s sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) Houston Zoo, Houston, Texas

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It had been 15 years for Joel Sartore for working for National Geographic wildlife photographer when his wife, Kathy, was diagnosed with breast cancer. With three young kids to be taken care of and his wife’s treatment, he had to take a year off.

Florida Panther (Puma concolor coryi) Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida

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This pause from traveling around the globe made him consider the impact his work makes.

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Damaraland mole rats (Fukomys damarensis) Houston Zoo, Houston, Texas

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“Magazine stories come and go,” he says.

He also stated, “But I had not seen the plight of endangered species getting better so I thought about what I could do to actually make a difference?”

Curl-crested araçari (Pteroglossus beauharnaesii) Dallas World Aquarium, Texas

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