Jun 5

As you know, back in May we celebrated our 11th birthday, and to mark the occasion we asked our followers to vote for their favourite Arkive highlight from the past year. A huge thank you to everyone who filled out the survey, it has been fantastic to get your feedback on what we have been doing and to find out what you felt was the most important focus for Arkive.

The results are now in and we are thrilled to announce that you chose our work profiling the world’s most endangered species as your winner. This has been a key aim for Arkive since the very beginning, and today we have over 16,000 species profiles in our collection. Of course, this work wouldn’t be possible without the support of the world’s best wildlife filmmakers and photographers, conservationists and scientists, who contribute their imagery and lend their support and advice.

Why not dive in and discover something new today?

Cotton-headed tamarin

The stunning cotton-headed tamarin is one of South America’s most endangered primates

Our 11th birthday also seemed like the ideal opportunity to give the Arkive website a fresh new look and feel, making the most of our amazing imagery. Check out our beautiful new homepage today.

  • Gaurav (June 8th, 2014 at 7:23 am):

    so rare & naver seen like that monkey !

  • Darren Poke (June 14th, 2014 at 11:42 am):

    Congratulations on your 11 year anniversary. That’s an awesome achievement.

    My 9 year old son wants to be a zoologist when he grows up and we love looking through your site and finding out about new species.

    You have been one of the inspirations behind him starting his own blog a month ago at haydensanimalfacts.wordpress.com/

    Another 10 years and 11 months and he will have caught up, although he probably won’t have 16,000 species on his site by then.

    Thanks again for inspiring and educating us.

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