22 Photos Are Composed Of Numerous Pixels As There Are Animals Still Active In The Species


An intellectual campaign held in 2008 by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has resurfaced, a big thanks to a recent Reddit post going crazily viral.

‘WWF Japan- The Population by Pixel’ the campaign was developed by an agency,
Hakuhodo C&D/Tokyo.

mastermind behind the campaign
were creative directors Yoshiyuki Mikami and Nami Hoshino as well as designer
Kazuhiro Mochizuki.

by their work, Imgurain
did a follow up on their project and it came out really brilliant
as the original itself.

‘I got myself involved as a programming challenge. I did it… in python, but the code is actually gross. I was quite worried about the final product and not necessarily the niceness of the code.’ JJSmooth 44 explained.

More: JJSmooth44

African Wild Dog. Estimated between 3000 and 5500 remain

Amur Leopard. Estimated about 60 remain

Amur Tiger. Estimated about 450 remain

Asian Elephant. Estimated between 40000 and 50000 remain

Bengal Tiger. Estimated about 2500 remain

Black-Footed Ferret. Estimated about 300 remain

Black Rhino. Estimated about 5000 remain

Blue Whale. Estimated between 10000 and 25000 remain

Bonobo. Estimated between 10000 and 50000 remain

Bornean Orangutan. Estimated between 45000 and 69000 remain

Borneo Pygmy Elephant. Estimated about 1500 remain

Chimpanzee. Estimated between 172700 and 299700 remain

Eastern Lowland Gorilla. Estimated about 17000 remain

Fin Whale. Estimated between 50000 and 90000 remain

Galapagos Penguin. Estimated about 2000 remain

Giant Panda. Estimated about 1864 remain

Green Sea Turtle. Estimated between 3000 and 5500 remain

Hectors Dolphin. Estimated about 7000 remain

Indian Elephant, Estimated between 20000 and 25000 remain

Indochinese Tiger. Estimated between 600 and 650 remain

Indus River Dolphin. Estimated about 1100 remain

Javan Rhino. Estimated about 60 remain


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