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Image credit: James Suter

Nature Instagram Account of the Week: James Suter’s Photos Inspire Action

It’s easy to make endangered species an afterthought, especially ones on a foreign continent when you don’t see them on a daily basis. Thanks to photographers such as James Suter, these animals, and their situations are reaching a broad audience. As you’ll see below, James takes photos of endangered and threatened wildlife in hopes of spreading awareness. Not only does he inform people of the threats these animals face, but shares ways his audience can get involved in helping save them.

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The last two female northern white rhinos. Photo credit: James Suter.

 

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Elephants in Kruger. Photo credit: James Suter.

 

A carer and his baby rhino. Photo credit: James Suter

A carer and his baby rhino. Photo credit: James Suter

 

Zebras in East Africa. Photo Credit: James Suter.

Zebras in East Africa. Photo Credit: James Suter.

Olive baboons in Kenya.

Olive baboons in Kenya.

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