Photographing animals is tricky business, and wildlife photographer Dhritiman Mukherjee knows this well. He often spends weeks stalking elusive creatures in inhospitable environments, resulting in close encounters with endangered species in their natural habitats. In this photo essay, Mukherjee gives shares the images that mean the most to him.
is as elusive as the animals he photographs. His photographs have appeared in National Geographic Traveller, The New York Times, Lonely Planet, WWF, UNESCO, Birdlife. He is a RBS Earth Hero award winner for inspiring people for conservation.
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