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Photo Essay: The Psychology of Species

MAHENDRA DHAMMIKA

In this photo series, photographer Mahendra Dhammika captures the duality of human-animal interactions

Human-animal relationships are multi-dimensional. At times, there is an uncanny similarity and at times, a stark contrast. We interact with animals in many forms; as pets, as farm animals, as strays, as exhibits and as food. Can our interactions with the animal world tell us something about how we engage with one another as humans?

In this photo series, photographer Mahendra Dhammika captures the duality of society; un-staged.


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