3D-Printed Animals Demonstrate Stark Truth Of Endangered Wildlife

3D-Printed Animals Demonstrate Stark Truth Of Endangered Wildlife

Images for International Fund for Animal Welfare highlight fragility of endangered species

Eva Recinos
  • 18 may 2016

While technology might seem like the solution to many of our problems, Y&R Paris highlights one thing that no tech gadget can really reverse: damage to endangered animals. A series of images, created for the International Fund for Animal Welfare, depict animals with a 3D printing mechanism above them. It looks like the device is trying to re-build the animals, but their insides are exposed, their bodies already damaged.

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