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Anuar Patjane Floriuk

墨西哥
自然生態 單幅 第二名

在墨西哥的太平洋沿岸地區,一頭座頭鯨帶著剛出生不久的幼鯨游向Roca Partida小島。這座小島在雷維利亞希赫多群島四座島嶼中面積最小,繁殖季節時會有大群的座頭鯨在附近的水域棲息,因此這裡也是一處熱門的潛水景點。雷維利亞希赫多群島屬於火山岩質,除了一小支海軍外,島上無人居住。聯合國教科文組織在1994年宣布該群島為生物圈保護區,目前也正在評估將此處列為自然遺產。(譯註:已於2016年7月正式被選為自然遺產。)


Anuar Patjane Floriuk

Mexico
Nature 2nd Prize Singles

A humpback whale and her newborn calf swim near Roca Partida, the smallest island of the Revilla-gigedo archipelago, off the Pacific coast of Mexico. During the mating season, the island waters are home to a large population of humpback whales, and are a popular diving destination. The islands are volcanic and are themselves uninhabited, apart from a small naval presence. They were declared a biosphere reserve in 1994, and are currently under consideration as a UNESCO natural heritage site.

Brent Stirton

南非,Getty Images / 國家地理雜誌
自然生態 系列報導 第二名

盜獵象牙的交易是非洲各地反叛武裝民兵的資金來源。許多政府軍隊主動和這些組織進行交易,已存在數百年之久的蘇丹盜獵集團也會派遣大批武裝成員越過邊境去獵殺大象。現在非洲大陸各地都有專責的巡邏隊員,在第一線試圖阻止非法象牙交易。


Brent Stirton

South Africa, Getty Images Reportage, for National Geographic
Nature 2nd Prize Stories

The trade in poached ivory is financing rebel armed militia across Africa. Various national armies actively trade with these groups, and centuries-old Sudanese poaching cartels participate in sending large bands of armed men across borders to kill elephants. Patrols of dedicated rangers around the continent are on the frontline of attempts to thwart the trade.
Michael Oryem (29) poached elephants with the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) but has now defected, and helps in anti-poaching maneuvers.

Tim Laman

美國,國家地理雜誌
自然生態 系列報導 第一名

因棲息地遭到砍伐、林地變更為農地或森林大火的侵襲,紅毛猩猩正面臨減少的威脅。除此,牠們也因非法寵物交易而不斷被盜獵。2015年,因乾旱和聖嬰現象而引起的山林火災摧毀了印尼婆羅洲的大片雨林,棲息在其中的紅毛猩猩也被迫離開森林。牠們因此暴露在更高的盜獵風險中,同時更容易在覓食時和農民發生衝突。


Tim Laman

USA, for National Geographic
Nature 1st Prize Stories

Orangutans are facing a crisis in habitat, as logging activity, conversion to agriculture, and fires consume their forests. They are also poached for the illegal pet trade. In 2015, wildfires—spurred by drought and the effects of El Niño—devastated vast areas of rainforest in Borneo, driving out orangutans and putting them in increased danger from poachers, and into conflict with farmers as they searched for food.
A young male Sumatran orangutan threatens another male, in Batang Toru Forest, Sumatra, Indonesia.