Saving Wildlife One Photo at a Time with James Suter
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“If we don’t do something about it, we are going to lose everything that we have here in Africa,” says 30-year-old James Suter (@jamessuter), the co-founder of Black Bean Productions — a media studio on a mission to spotlight wildlife conservation issues. Cape Town, South Africa-based James and his team recently returned from a trip to Central Kenya where they documented the world’s last three northern white rhinos — two of which are pictured here. “Pre-1960, there were over 2,000 in Central and East Africa, south of the Sahara,” James says. “And at the moment, there are three left in one location.” While the future of the northern white rhino looks grim, James isn’t losing hope. “We’re trying to educate people and trying to spread the word. And I think the same can be done by anyone.”