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Fang Qianhua ‧ China, Nangfang Dushi Daily/Southern Metropolis Daily

1st Prize Nature Singles
The leaf of a rare variety of nanmu tree, just one of the plants considered endangered by rising waters caused by the Three Gorges Dam project in China. The world's largest dam and hydroelectric facility has had an enormous environmental impact. Garden sanctuaries have been set up to harbor species transplanted from inundated areas.


方謙華 ‧ 中國 南方都市報

自然生態單幅第一名
一片稀有楠木品種的葉子。在中國,許多植物因為三峽大壩造成長江水位上升而瀕臨滅絕,楠木也是其中之一。這項世界上規模最大的水壩與水力發電設施對週遭的環境生態造成巨大衝擊,政府也設立了珍稀植物園,移植並保護許多即將被淹沒的物種。

Paul Nicklen ‧ Canada, National Geographic Magazine

2nd Prize Nature Stories
Tusks of the narwhal whale were once sold as unicorn horns, and were immensely valuable. Today, narwhal ivory can still fetch large sums, and the whales are legally hunted by Inuit groups, such as these men in Nunavut, Canada. The whales must be killed as they surface for air, while their lungs are full, otherwise they will sink irretrievably into the ocean. Hunters have to get near enough to the edge of the ice to retrieve the narwhal with a grappling hook. The replacement of traditional weapons by rifles means that many more narwhal are killed or wounded than are retrieved. Figures vary, but it is estimated that from 30 percent to 70 percent of those shot are lost.


Paul Nicklen ‧ 加拿大 國家地理雜誌

自然生態系列照片第二名
獨角鯨的長牙曾經一度被當成獨角獸的角來販售,價格十分昂貴。直至今日,這些長牙依舊所費不貲,北美洲的原住民也能合法捕捉這些鯨魚,例如住在加拿大努那維特的伊努特人。他們必須趁鯨魚在浮上水面換氣時捕殺,因為那時鯨魚的肺充滿了空氣,否則牠們會就此沉入海中。獵人們必須靠近浮冰的邊緣,才能用尖利的爪鉤捕捉鯨魚。如今來福槍取代了傳統的工具,但也同時代表無辜死傷的鯨魚比實際獵捕的數目高出許多。雖然無法掌握確切的數據,但是預估約有三成至七成的子彈沒有命中目標。