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Wildlife lovers around the world have chosen a New Big 5 of Wildlife Photography. Watch the video to find out the results of the year-long global vote.

The ‘Big 5’ is an old term used by trophy hunters in Africa for the five most prized and dangerous animals to shoot and kill: elephant, rhino, leopard, Cape buffalo and lion.

The New Big 5 project has a better idea: to create a New Big 5 of Wildlife Photography, rather than hunting. Shooting with a camera, not a gun.

More than 250 of the world’s wildlife photographers, conservationists and wildlife charities have come together to support this international initiative, including Jane Goodall, Save The Elephants, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, Conservation International, Ewaso Lions, Polar Bears International, The Ellen Fund, Wildlife Direct, IFAW, Orangutan Foundation, Save The Rhino International, WildAid, IUCN, Wildlife Trust Of India, Save Pangolins…

This includes a diverse group of more than 120 renowned, global photographers from Kenya, Japan, Peru, USA, Lebanon, France, India, Rwanda, UK, Australia…, including Marsel van Oosten, Ami Vitale, Paul Nicklen, Gurcharan Roopra, Jen Guyton, Brent Stirton, Art Wolfe, Clement Kiragu, Marina Cano, Shaaz Jung, Nick Brandt, Suzi Eszterhas, Clement Kiragu, Joel Sartore, Xi Zhinong, Jasper Doest, Rathika Ramasamy, Jo-Anne McArthur, Shogo Asao, David Lloyd and Melissa Groo, as well as actors, musicians and famous wildlife supporters, including Djimon Hounsou, Chris Packham, Eugenio Derbez, Levison Wood, Carla Morrison and Joanna Lumley.

Created by British photographer Graeme Green, the project’s aim is to raise awareness about the crisis facing the world’s wildlife from threats including habitat loss, human-wildlife conflict, poaching, illegal wildlife trade and climate change.

Thousands of wildlife lovers around the world voted for their 5 favorite animals to photograph and see in photos. The results of the year-long global vote are now in. Watch the video to find out the results.

Jane Goodall (Founder, The Jane Goodall Institute): “We now have the results of the New Big 5 project. These 5 animals are such beautiful and remarkable species, and are wonderful ambassadors for the world’s wildlife, from iconic species to little-known frogs, lizards, fish and birds. So many face threats to their survival from issues such as poaching, habitat loss and climate change. A million species are at risk of extinction. If we work together, we can stop this happening. There is always hope. Change is possible if we each play our part.”

Short film produced by One Earth, The New Big 5 Project, and The Ellen Fund, featuring Dr Paula Kahumbu (Wildlife Direct), Dr Tara Stoinski (Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund), Dr Shivani Bhalla (Ewaso Lions), Krista Wright (Polar Bears International), and Vivek Menon (Wildlife Trust of India).

Featuring photography and video from Marsel van Oosten, Ami Vitale, Daisy Gilardini, Thomas Mangelsen, Graeme Green, Marco Giaotti, Usha Harish, Shivang Mehta, Dave Sandford, Steve Winter, Marcus Westberg, Tom Svennson, Thomas Vijayan and Dave Sandford.

Each of the 5 species in the New Big 5 face severe threats to their existence and are listed by the IUCN either as Critically Endangered, Endangered or Vulnerable. One million species currently face the threat of extinction. The animals in the New Big 5 can serve as global ambassadors for all the world’s wildlife and the crisis they face.

All 5 animals are keystone species, essential to the balance of nature in their habitats, biodiverse ecosystems and the survival of other species. Each species is vital to the health of the planet and to our future.

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