Photographers discovered a new population of Africa’s most critically endangered forest antelope – the Aders’ duiker -- in Northern Kenya.

These creatures were previously were only thought to exist in Unguja Island, Zanzibar and the Arabuko-Sokoke forest in coastal Kenya.
Conservationists are calling for the preservation of the Boni-Dodori forest in Kenya which is under threat from rapid coastal and agricultural development.

Cameras also captured views of other fascinating animals, African wild-dogs (Lycaon pictus), elephants (Loxodonta africana) and lions (Panthera leo) living in the forest.

These phots taken from website of Zoological Society of London.