Brazil is the most biologically diverse country on Earth and home to extraordinary plant and animal species. Ecological challenges such as pollution, deforestation and climate change have greatly affected Brazil’s natural areas and there are now 967 wildlife species that are threatened.
This exhibition features photographs by João Marcos Rosa who travelled the country’s natural sanctuaries to document some of these rare and often endangered animals.
These stunning images feature paths where jaguars hunt, rivers where giant otters fish and the enormous trees where harpy eagles build their nests.
Born in Brazil in 1979, João Marcos Rosa is an award winning wildlife photographer, specialising in documenting biodiversity and conservation.
The exhibition is curated by Alicia Bastos.