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Photo by @amivitale | An orphaned baby southern white rhino grazes at his home, Ol Pejeta Conservancy (@olpejeta). At the end of the 19th century, southern white rhino were on the brink of extinction, with only one small population of 20 to 50 animals remaining in South Africa. Today, thanks to one of the most successful collective conservation efforts of the century, there are now thriving populations in East and southern Africa—about 20,000 of these amazing creatures. Despite this rebound, poaching remains a massive threat to all rhinos, and each individual is carefully cared for and guarded. In a world of seven billion, we need to start recognizing that we are not separate from nature. When we see ourselves as part of nature, then saving nature is really about saving ourselves. Learn how to get involved by following @amivitale and @olpejeta
@safariparkdvurkralove #rhinos #stoppoaching #saverhinos #northernkenya #worthmorealive


El próximo 22 de marzo se celebra el Día Mundial del Agua y en línea con la campaña #PlanetaOPlástico, National Geographic presenta “Sonidos del Futuro Océano”, un álbum de sonidos de la naturaleza compuesto por 4 canciones realizadas utilizando desechos plásticos removidos del océano. ¿Cuál es tu aporte para un planeta sin plástico? Asume el compromiso.
#PlanetOrPlastic #SonidosDelFuturoOceano


Dani Burt’s (@dani.burt) leg was amputated above the knee after a motorcycle crash in 2004 that left her in a coma for 45 days. She went on to become a doctor of physical therapy and the first-ever women’s World Adaptive Surfing champion — but it wasn’t easy. “One of the biggest things I wish people realized about amputees is that you don’t just go in and get a leg,” she says. “You’re now wearing something that’s not really a part of you, but you have to make it a part of you.”
On social media, Dani saw the need for someone to be real about life as an amputee. “I needed to know I wasn’t alone, but that was near impossible to find,” she says. “I have the platform, privilege and responsibility to do that loud and clear. I know what it feels like to be knocked down hard and I hope to make the path I had to travel on a little less bumpy for others.” —Reported by Kassy Cho (@kassy)
This March, we’re collaborating with BuzzFeed News reporter and producer Kassy Cho of @world to find and highlight women around the globe who are making an impact in their local community and on Instagram. ❤️ Stay tuned here and on @world to see more. #WCW


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Winter in Montmartre, Paris, 2019 ❤️
#ShotOnOnePlus #OnePlus6t


Photo by Muhammed Muheisen @mmuheisen | Last May I spent time on the world’s only floating animal sanctuary while on assignment for @natgeo in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. De Poezenboot, Dutch for “the catboat” hosts around 50 stray and abandoned cats, 17 of which are permanent residents that have lived on the boat for several years. Day after day, you become part of their environment; you're just another big cat to them. For more photos and videos from different parts of the world, follow me @mmuheisen and @mmuheisenpublic #muhammedmuheisen #amsterdam #Netherlands


Springtime | Photograph by Trung Pham (@phtrung0611)
“At this time of the year from March to April,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Trung Pham, “the pink trumpet flowers are blooming all around Nam Phuong lake in Bao Loc, Vietnam.”

This photo was submitted to our “Plant Kingdom” assignment, guest edited by @natgeo Explorer Prasenjeet Yadav (@prasen88). Submission deadline is March 26, 2019 at 12 p.m. EST. To participate in our assignments –- and for your chance to be featured on @natgeoyourshot -- go to the link in our profile.


Shibuya 4 ways - scroll through for 2 videos of what it’s like to cross the street in japan 🇯🇵


#ad: Did you know cute dog photos can also help others? @googlelocalguides share them on Google Maps to let you know when a place is dog-friendly, like this shot captured at the two-mile-long North Beach in Del Mar, California by Local Guide @uchi_desi. #letsguide


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