For several years the photographer Eric Pillot looked at animals, wild animals some of which will probably survive only in zoos in the future. He focuses, with delicate colors, on their beauty, strange sometimes, on their attitudes and expressions. He looks at them and, at the same time, the animals look at him, and at us. In their cells, which...
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