Brandon Ballengée These Photos Will Make You Think Twice About Animal Deformities

Huffington Post Mar 30, 2014

"Ballengée, whose research focuses on population declines and causes of deformities in amphibians, has been collecting these tiny critters from all over the world for more than 10 years. He uses enzymes to make their tissues transparent and injects colored dyes to make their bones, tissues and deformities stand out. The specimens are then posed, imaged with a high-resolution scanner and printed with water-based ink, according to Metro. His work provides an unprecedented view on this environmental issue — and invokes empathy towards amphibians by making them look beautiful."

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