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Thomas P. Peschak

德國, 國家地理
自然生態 單幅 第二名

2017年 4月 18日印度洋的馬里恩島(南非的南極領地)上棲息著一群跳岩企鵝,牠們恰如其名,正跳躍在崎嶇的岩邊。
跳岩企鵝是最易危的一種企鵝,牠們的數量可能因食物不足而正在減少中。這種企鵝一年有五到六個月的時間生活在海中,只有在換羽和繁殖時會上岸。不同於其他企鵝搖擺的走路方式,牠們通常跳躍前行;此外,牠們也能潛入深達一百公尺的海中捕食魚類、 甲殼類,頭足類與磷蝦。


Thomas P. Peschak

Germany
Nature 2nd Prize Singles

18 April 2017
Rockhopper penguins live up to their name as they navigate the rugged coastline of Marion Island, a South African Antarctic Territory in the Indian Ocean.
Among the most numerous of penguins, rockhoppers are nevertheless considered vulnerable, and their population is declining, probably as the result of a decreasing food supply. The birds spend five to six months at sea, coming to shore only to molt and breed. They are often found jumping, rather than waddling as other penguins do, and are capable of diving to depths of up to 100 meters in pursuit of fish, crustaceans, squid and krill.

Ami Vitale

美國, 國家地理
自然生態 系列 第一名

2016年 9月 29日至 2017年 2月 23日
在肯亞北部桑布魯族祖先的故鄉,當地社區共同經營了「雷特提大象生態園區」,照顧幼小的孤象與棄象,並協助牠們重回野地。這個象群孤兒院於 2016年創立,而在此工作的男人們都是現役或退役的桑布魯族戰士。從前當地人認為大象可能威脅人類與其財產, 因此無意拯救象群;而現在他們開始與動物們產生新的互動關係。


Ami Vitale

USA, for National Geographic
Nature 1st Prize Stories

Mary Lengees, one of Reteti’s first female keepers, caresses Suyian, the sanctuary’s first resident.
29 September 2016 - 23 February 2017
Orphaned and abandoned elephant calves are rehabilitated and returned to the wild, at the community-owned Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in northern Kenya. The sanctuary is located in the ancestral homeland of the Samburu people. The elephant orphanage was established in 2016 by local people, and the men working there are, or were at some time, Samburu warriors. In the past, local people weren’t much interested in saving elephants, which can be a threat to humans and their property, but now they are beginning to relate to the animals in a new way.