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@kiliiiyuyan // A red sailboat carrying tourists sails around a large iceberg off of North Greenland. As travel becomes increasingly accessible, Greenland’s tourism has boomed. #arctic #greenland #iceberg #tourism


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@kiliiiyuyan // Huskies from Geoff Carroll’s dog team take a quick break from pulling a sled, in the Arctic village of Utqiagvik, Alaska. Follow me @kiliiiyuyan for more images like this from across the the Arctic and beyond. #arctic #alaska #dogsled #husky


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@charles808 . The western tarsier (Cephalopachus bancanus) is the only fully carnivorous primate, feeding on insects, bats, reptiles, and even birds. With a head that spins over 180 degrees, and the largest eyes to skull size of any mammal makes this species perfectly adapted for hunting by night. #tarsier #borneo #wildlife


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@Chrisburkard. Near home in California. At 3,000 ft above sea level, the exposed trails of these coastal mountains feels like you could literally dive right into the ocean. Between the endless hiking trails and world class surf, the Golden State truly is a playground of the outdoors enthusiast.


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@dguttenfelder. Dressed for the occasion on a quiet walk through sublime Saiho-ji moss gardens in Kyoto, Japan. On assignment for @natgeoExpeditions #natgeoexpeditions


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@kiliiiyuyan // An Alaskan Brown Bear swims in the turbulent waters downstream of Brooks Falls, in @katmainpp. This bear was forced to search for salmon downstream of the best spots because of its lower position in the bear hierarchy at the falls. It’s an unusual situation. The great richness of the sockeye run from Bristol Bay brings one of the highest concentrations of brown bears on earth. Follow me @kiliiiyuyan for more images like this from across the Alska, the Arctic and beyond. #bear #alaska #katmai #wildlife


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@geosteinmetz | Majiek Gai Chan, 15, lies on the ground after being cut with the knife that will mark him as a man in #Nuer society. This ancient custom was once common throughout #SouthSudan, but has become increasingly rare as youth choose to keep their tribal identity more private and become socially accepted in the modern world. The boys are cut in birth order, and were all eager to follow the tradition of their people. Shortly after the cutting, one proud father sacrificed a cow to celebrate the manhood of his first son, and shared the meat with the village. #anthropology in the 21st Century. To see more follow @geosteinmetz


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@natgeowild - You may not recognize these iconic Costa Rican amphibians when they sleep by day, stuck to leaf bottoms with their eyes closed. At night Red-Eyed Tree Frogs come alive, using their keen eyesight to find prey.
#costarica #wildlife #nature #frogs #adventure #explore #photography


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@sandesh_kadur - A cormorant in India’s Western Ghat mountain range soaks up a little bit of the ongoing monsoon. Every year the monsoon rains bring in nearly ten metres- 30 feet of rainfall - this year it’s been much more than that already!
#birdwatching #felisimages #monsoon #westernghats #rain


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@FransLanting Bullfrogs in the Kalahari Desert lead secret lives. For most of the year they hide underground, encased in a protective membrane, until the first heavy downpours bring them back to the surface. By the edge of a rain-filled pool near the Okavango Delta, I crept up to this male on hands and knees to create a portrait of seasonal rebirth, expressed in a face larger than life. By using a wide angle lens I was able to make him look bigger than he was and capture a sense of his surroundings as well. Follow me @FransLanting and @ChristineEckstrom for more close encounters with the wild.


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@DaisyGilardini // Northern Rockhopper penguins live on the remote islands of the Tristan da Cunha group in the South Atlantic. You can only imagine my excitement when a few days ago, during a visit to a Southern Rockhopper colony in the Falkland Islands, I bumped into this beautiful penguin.
Recent population models indicate that over the past 37 years numbers have declined by 57% and are estimated around 240’300 breeding pairs (Cuthbert 2013, TdC and RSPB unpubl. data).
The reasons of the decline are still unclear but mostly likely are connected to the warming of the oceans.
Follow me @DaisyGilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes

#penguin #rockhopperpenguin #northernrokhopperpenguin #climatechange #falklandislands #climatechangeisreal


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@grant_gunderson captured rider @britneywhite_77 on the Cutthroat trail near Mazama, WA. Fall is one of the best times in the North Cascades as the cold air brings out the gold in the Larch trees.


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