ARKive is a unique global initiative gathering the highest quality videos and images of the world's threatened species into one centralized digital library. We hope this stunning collection of audio-visual records will inspire the public to value and protect the Earth’s endangered species and the habitats in which they live. ARKive's first priority is to complete audio-visual profiles for those species at most risk of extinction according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
The project has the support of the most famous names in wildlife filmmaking and photography with more than 5,000 media contributors from around the world contributing. Preserved and maintained for future generations, ARKive is freely accessible to all from scientists and conservationists to the general public and school children, via its award-winning website - www.ARKive.org.
We continue to work with the best natural history filmmakers and photographers in the business, alongside key environmental organizations, leading academic institutions and individual scientists. We also work in partnership with organizations across the globe to raise the profile of ARKive's work.
ARKive can be followed on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr and Google Earth; we hope to see you there.
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