IG Leonardo DiCaprio | “With the images of the rescued animals, we have tried to use the powerful tools of our profession as photographers to foster empathy for our beloved wildlife. We wanted to capture more than just the physical features of the animals—to show their penetrating looks, sometimes grateful, sometimes accusing. We also wanted to show that the same human beings who have the power to destroy wildlife also have the power to rescue and care for them.” – Daniel Alarcón, a photographer helping show the animals rescued in the course of Bolivia’s wildfires. @global_wildlife_conservation @museodorbigny @nativabolivia @pantheracats @oxygenseven (Photos by Daniel Alarcón @danielalarconparquesnacionales and David Grumbaun)

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“With the images of the rescued animals, we have tried to use the powerful tools of our profession as photographers to foster empathy for our beloved wildlife. We wanted to capture more than just the physical features of the animals—to show their penetrating looks, sometimes grateful, sometimes accusing. We also wanted to show that the same human beings who have the power to destroy wildlife also have the power to rescue and care for them.” – Daniel Alarcón, a photographer helping show the animals rescued in the course of Bolivia’s wildfires. @global_wildlife_conservation @museodorbigny @nativabolivia @pantheracats @oxygenseven (Photos by Daniel Alarcón @danielalarconparquesnacionales and David Grumbaun)

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