Joel Sartore

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Joel Sartore has traveled all over the world taking pictures of endangered species in their natural habitats.

National Geographic photographer’s quest to give people new perspective on protecting animals

Joel Sartore has traveled all over the world taking pictures of endangered species in their natural habitats.

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