Chris Fallows Has Spent Most of His Life Into the Wild Immortalizing the Wonders of Nature Through His Camera

Chris Fallows

Chris Fallows is an amazing wildlife photographer who has been working with wildlife his entire life and has always had a deep passion for all forms of nature. During his life, he has had the chance to photograph wildlife on all seven continents many times and the highlight of it all was in 1996 when he had the chance to discover the world-famous breaching great white sharks at seal Island in False Bay.

Earthwonders reached out to Chris to ask him more about his work during his lifetime.

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” I worked with these incredible sharks with our team at Apex Shark Expeditions for the last 30 years. Today I specialize in limited edition Fine Art photography that celebrates the magnificence of each species. My aim is through the sale of my works, many of which sadly will never be replicated due to the wildlife or behavior no longer occurring, to raise funds to buy land to protect and restore wildlife habitat in Africa.”

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His passions for wildlife started from an early age while growing up with a father who was a keen wildlife photographer as well. He inherited that interest from him and was lucky enough from the age of two to see many of Africa’s wildest places and though this exposure he developed an intense love of nature.

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Chris has a very rich portfolio of wildlife photography. He shares that he’s lucky to have had the amazing career and experiences he did during his life, especially the intimate nature of these experiences with completely wild animals. Being a wildlife photographer comes with a set of challenges as well but Chris has another companion to share his experiences with so nothing is impossible for these explorers.

“My wife Monique and I generally are self-guided and we travel to some of the world’s remotest locations where we often camp in extreme heat or cold. It is the best way to intimately hope to encounter wildlife where the animals can choose to be comfortable with you in close proximity. We also both love the solitude and peace that comes with this isolation,” explained Chris for Earthwonders.

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The photographer also told us a bit about his working process: “Generally we spend anywhere from 100-150 days at sea nowadays, it used to be over 200. We then spend about 100 in the bush, either in Africa or elsewhere.

I focus on iconic species such a great white sharks, humpback whales, iconic tusker elephants, or magnificent lions. We seek out locations where we know we can spend long periods of time with our subjects allowing them to become comfortable with us. I generally use medium-wide and wide-angle lenses to capture a scene around my subjects and like to use innovative angles that set my work apart from convention.

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I am incredibly grateful for all the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities we have had in the company of many of the world’s most famous animals and hope that my work serves as an inspiration to conserve what is left. I feel that building up a portfolio of what we have already lost serves as a way to wake up humanity to what we have done and at the same time use many of my other images to show people what we still have to fight for. The world will be so much poorer without these truly incredible creatures.”

Scroll down below to have a glimpse of the amazing work this human does, and check out his Instagram, Facebook, Chris Fallows, for more info.

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20 Mildly Disturbing Facts People Have Shared In This Viral Thread That You Might Regret Learning

There is so much information available on the internet- some of them are good, while some of them are horrible. Then comes the things that are interesting but mildly disturbing.

If you are wondering what are mildly disturbing things, someone on Reddit already asked the question”What is a fun fact that is mildly disturbing?” and many people shared interesting answers. Scroll below to read some of them

More info: Reddit


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Snow White is 14 years old, and Walt Disney instructed animators to make her look “old enough to marry”.


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There’s a condition in which people become blind, but deny their blindness. The brain creates false perceptions to fill in for the lack of sight.

It’s called the Anton Syndrome


There are an estimated 35-50 active serial killers in the US. Famous serial killer Edmund Kemper (I think?) said he thinks that number is way higher because it was so easy not to get caught (he turned himself in).

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Bunnies actually have the ability to scream, but they will only scream if they feel they are about to die.

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Dolphins can and will pick stuff up and move it around using their penises.


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The rescue dogs from ground zero on 9/11 developed PTSD and needed therapy afterwards because there were so few survivors and so many dead recovered that they thought they’d screwed everything up and done a bad job.


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If we held a minute of silence for every victim of the holocaust we will be silent for eleven and a half years.


If you contract rabies it can lay dormant in your body for years until one day you get a headache, and by then its already too late and you will slowly go insane and grow an erratic fear of water and Inability to swallow – then you die.

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Two out of three people have herpes. So, you probably have herpes. There are tons of herpes viruses. Not all of them cause sores.

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Octopuses have what is called, “decentralized intelligence” which essentially means that their limbs have their own “intelligence”. For example, if a severed human limb touches acid or fire or anything that would cause pain, nothing would happen however if an octopus limb touches acid or fire, it would recoil and avoid it, even though it’s been severed and is no longer attached to the octopus.

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Moths will vibrate their genitals as a way to prevent bats from locating them.


They couldn’t give the firefighters from Chernobyl morphine, because their veins were literally melting.

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It isn’t your sweat that smells, it comes from bacteria living on your body essentially s******g stuff out after they feast on your secretions

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A Rat King happens when multiple rats become congealed together in a tangle of tails, dirt, hair and blood.


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The entire Universe outside our galaxy could have completely disappeared over 20,000 years ago and we still wouldn’t know it yet. Our view of the Universe is actually what it looked like anywhere from thousands to Billions of years ago -with no way to see what it actually looks like “right now”. Imagine if you looked out your front window and saw your yard as it was 6 months ago, neighbors house across the street a year ago, and houses a block or two away as they were several years ago. Also off in the distance you see the glaciers from the last ice age. That’s what it’s like looking out at the Universe.


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If Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin got stuck on the moon the official policy was to cut communication and let them suffocate in silence, Nixon even had a speech prepared in case this happened.


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The phrase “shoot for the moon. If you miss you’ll land amongst the stars.”

The next nearest star is 4.3 light years away. If you miss the moon, you’re absolutely f****d


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When you’re cremated, your teeth explode from the heat.


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Chimpanzees just flat out love to eat monkeys.

They love it so much they’ve feasted on certain breeds to local extinction.

Always found this mildly (moderately) disturbing because of the similarities in the species, like if wolves sought after puppies.


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In infants, their adult teeth are behind their eyes.

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