New Habitat - Relocating Endangered species to safer grounds
Across the globe, more and more species are in peril. According to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, over 19,000 species are facing extinction. The ice-covered waters, savannahs and rainforests that they have called home for generations are steadily swallowed by human-dominated areas.
But throughout evolution, nature has shown its resilience. How will biodiversity respond to the extreme circumstances it is facing in the Anthropocene?
In an ultimate quest to secure their survival, I am relocating Endangered animals to safer grounds. So the African Elephant settles in the Dolomites and the Rothschild's Giraffe found a new home in Iceland.
It will be exciting to see how these species defy evolution's centuries-spanning pace and quickly adapt to their new habitats.