Hasari, a three-year-old cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), at White Oak Conservation Center. Photo by Joel Sartore. A National Geographic photographer's biodiversity project aims to protect species, illustrating why all creatures have the right to exist.
This albino porcupine is as resilient as she is stunning. She was found injured on the side of the road after surviving being hit by a car, in Hasley, Nebraska, yet managed to make a strong recovery thanks to a local wildlife rehabilitation center
Sagui dwarf monkeys, discovered in 1997 in the Brazilian rainforest when a local showed up to a primate orphanage with a baby in a bucket. It's the second smallest monkey species of that particular habitat.