French photographer tells stories of Taiwan’s wildlife in pictures

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2019/03/02
By: Tzeng Yi-shiuan and Ko Lin, CNA staff writers

Jimmy Beunardeau shows a picture of the Formosan black bear, an endangered species in Taiwan.

Many people use their talent to raise awareness of important issues in society, and the field of photography is no exception, because as the saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”

Jimmy Beunardeau did just that.

His aim — to help raise awareness about the plight of Taiwan’s endangered wildlife, in particularly the Formosan black bear which is endemic to the island.

Based out of the French region of Normandy, the freelance photographer has always had a soft spot for nature and wildlife, even at a young age.    [FULL  STORY]

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