Sneak Peek: Inside The Film That’s Blowing The Lid Off The Illegal Wildlife Trade
When it comes to survival, it's certainly a race against extinction for many species. A team of activists and conservationists featured in the new documentary "Racing Extinction" know that all too well - because they're racing right along with the dwindling species of the Earth.
Produced by the Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS) and directed by Louie Psihoyos, who also directed the 2009 documentary "The Cove," the film follows OPS's guerilla-style tactics to explore changes to the environment and species.
Here are some stills from the film:
This post is part of a Dodo series focused on endangered species. Go to racingextinction.com to learn about an upcoming film on threatened animals and the United Nations event sponsored in part by The Dodo.