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The beautiful but rare animals were captured by photographer Arthur Xanthopoulos.    It is feared their numbers have tailed off in recent years and there are now as few as 400 of the fierce felines struggling to survive on the Indonesian island.  Arthur said:   "I hope that people will see why it is important to ensure the survival of the species currently under threat.  "These incredibly beautiful tigers face danger through human impact on their environment and through poaching."

The beautiful but rare animals were captured by photographer Arthur Xanthopoulos. It is feared their numbers have tailed off in recent years and there are now as few as 400 of the fierce felines struggling to survive on the Indonesian island. Arthur said: "I hope that people will see why it is important to ensure the survival of the species currently under threat. "These incredibly beautiful tigers face danger through human impact on their environment and through poaching."

A proud lion sits on a platform at Melbourne Zoo transformed to show the humanistic qualities that Mr Xanthopoulos hoped to capture in a bid to bring to light the beauty that is being threatened by extinction

A proud lion sits on a platform at Melbourne Zoo transformed to show the humanistic qualities that Mr Xanthopoulos hoped to capture in a bid to bring to light the beauty that is being threatened by extinction

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

A Sumatran tiger sneezes and growls sending a soft mist of air from its mouth (pictured). These enchanting moments create the illusion of a detailed oil painting assisted by Mr Xanthopoulous' ability to manipulate an image during the post-production process

A Sumatran tiger sneezes and growls sending a soft mist of air from its mouth (pictured). These enchanting moments create the illusion of a detailed oil painting assisted by Mr Xanthopoulous' ability to manipulate an image during the post-production process

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The Sumatran Tiger is found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. As late as 1978, experts estimated the population of Sumatran tigers at 1,000. Today fewer than 400 Sumatran tigers exist.

The Sumatran Tiger is found only on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. As late as 1978, experts estimated the population of Sumatran tigers at 1,000. Today fewer than 400 Sumatran tigers exist.

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

The beautifully detailed photos feature the Sumatran tiger (pictured), which is classed as 'critically endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, with numbers in the wild falling

wild beast by pavel groschi - Pixdaus

wild beast by pavel groschi - Pixdaus

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Bildresultat för caracal