Wildlife photographer Roger Hooper has once again captured some of the world's most endangered species in a stunning new collection of images.
His colour and monochrome photography uncovers dramatic scenes of wild animals in their natural territory, depicting the extraordinary beauty and frailty of our world so often forgotten in our day-to-day lives.
Revealing a particular love for big cats, Hooper's latest exhibition features images of majestic lions and tigers on the prowl, as well as leopard and lion cubs protected by their mothers.
Passionate about wildlife, Hooper works closely with the WWF UK. He has photographed many of its projects and his images have featured in a variety of WWF publications to promote their cause.
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