Amazingly beautiful photo shoot with animals rescued on the black market
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Photographer Natasha Wilson from Los Angeles has created an amazing series of photos of Where the Wild Things Are. It is dedicated to the animals that were rescued from the hands of underground dealers in live goods.
Every year thousands of animals die at the hands of poachers who catch them for sale. Natasha Wilson decided to draw public attention to this serious problem by capturing exotic animals in the company of charming model girls. Every girl is partly associated with the animal she poses with.
All the animals involved in the shooting, which were once rescued from the hands of poachers, now live in the California Animal Tracks wildlife shelter.
7-year—old Luke is a squirrel monkey saimiri.
Squirt and Masi are female Capuchins who live in a shelter.
Baby Mishutka is a 3—year-old striped skunk. He was left an orphan because people began to feed his mother, she lost her caution and died one day. Now Baby Mishutka lives in a shelter and participates in educational projects that tell the truth about skunks.
A 5-year—old Scout is a hybrid of a wolf and a dog, needs spinal treatment.
Now there are five ferrets living in the shelter. Each of them has their own story, but they all live amicably and happily, because now they are well taken care of.
5-year-old female kangaroo Bella Ro loves spinach, lettuce and sun.
Monzo is an 11—year-old serval, a predator of the feline family.
Erminator is a 20—year-old tiger python abandoned by its owners due to its large size.
Marley the monkey is a capuchin abandoned by the owner when moving to another state.
Jake and Cami are two gorgeous cockatoo parrots who just love music.
Honey Bear and the Moon are unique and mysterious kinkajus.
Amazing maras, which are also called Patagonian hares.
Kookaburra Bam-Bam is a representative of giant kingfishers that has lost part of its beak.
Six-belted armadillo Frank Tank likes to eat crunchy insects.
One—year-old Dobby is a miniature fox fennec, living in the deserts of North Africa.
The female baboon Chrissy is one of three monkeys that were confiscated from film industry workers.
The Culamenia porcupine loves long walks and monkeys.
Cheshire is an 11—year-old Bengal cat, the best friend of Serval Monzo.
7-year-old alligator Chomper was confiscated from the bath of an unscrupulous owner.
Keywords: Poaching | Rescue | Studio photos | Photographer | Photo shoot
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