The Great Extinction

Throughout the history of human civilization, non-human animals have been regarded with limited ethical and environmental significance, at best. However, with such a dramatic decline in non-human species over the past 40 years, the growing realisation of just how culturally and inherently significant animals are is certainly starting to provoke a shift in mindsets.

There is a considerable amount of misery connected to the extinction of so many wondrous animals, but their disappearance comes with far more damming consequences for humans worldwide. The Great Extinction explores the isolation of these incredible species that we stand to lose, some within as little as 10 years if we don’t enact considerable change immediately.