The Stare Of The Saiga
The Saiga is a critically endangered species seen in Kazakstan. In recent years the population has decreased by 60%. They span the Carpathian Mountains and were most notably known for their migration and unique snout. Tim Flach captured this stunning stare of the Saiga, an animal that’s now considered critically endangered. They’ve survived poaching, habitat loss, and rampant disease, across countries in Central Asia. Luckily, though, their population seems to be increasing, so the species may exit the endangered species list soon as they make a comeback (BBC).