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Video by @angel_dancer_1
“The more the better.” This is Angelnae Randalle’s (@angel_dancer_1) stance when it comes to practice. On average, the 14-year-old, who currently lives in Michigan, rehearses 24 to 30 hours a week — and that number only goes up when a competition or convention is on the horizon. You might be surprised to learn that Angelnae started dancing just three years ago; her grandmother signed her up for her first class and passed away shortly thereafter. “She was my biggest supporter,” says Angelnae. “I think she is very proud of me.”
See what a day in Angelnae’s life is like. It’s on our Instagram story right now.

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Photograph by @michaelnicknichols | Jane Goodall and Jou Jou, chimpanzee at Brazzaville Zoo, Republic of Congo, 1990. I (@michaelnicknichols) grew up with Jane Goodall, Flo, Flint and Greybeard on the pages of National Geographic magazine in the 1960’s, and wildly came to photograph Fifi, Frodo, Freud and Jane in the 1990’s. Jane and I collaborated on the book Brutal Kinship, bringing to light the disappearing terrain chimpanzees relied on to live, and how we humans cruelly and without irony used our closest relative as stand-in surrogates for space exploration, HIV and hepatitis research, language studies, and entertainment.
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Jane, 83, is still at it, traveling nonstop on her mission. She recently closed my exhibit WILD at the Philadelphia Museum of Art with a talk that brought me and the entire house to tears.
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Opening in theaters today is a masterpiece film by Brett Morgen. #JANE is an intense love story made from footage literally found in the NatGeo HQ basement from legendary Dutch filmmaker Hugo van Lawick, and includes a beautiful score by ‪Philip Glass‬. This is far more revealing than any huge budget biopic could ever hope to match. #JANE


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#NatGeoHoy: Día Internacional del #Perezoso. ¿Sabías que los perezosos necesitan ser escaladores hábiles para poder sobrevivir en la naturaleza? #InternationalSlothDay #SlothDay


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Top Shot: What’s Up? | Photograph by Barbara Engel
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“As I was walking along the beach, most of the elephant seals were taking a nap around midday on South Georgia Island,” writes Your Shot photographer Barbara Engel, “when suddenly this seal raised its head as if to say, ‘What’s up?’”

Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads. Our community votes for their favorite photo from the selection, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. #YourShotPhotographer


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High & tight - always fun to catch this city from a new angle 🔭 Shot on the new @sony RX10 IV #ad - stop by @sonysquarenyc & ask about their camera loan program

New York, New York
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Santorini - Greece ✨💙💙💙✨ Picture by ✨@_letstravel_✨ follow her awesome feed!!! ✨@_letstravel_✨


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Photograph by @jasonedwardsng // #Sponsored by @Penfolds // At the height of the Australian summer the dry, rolling hills of the Barossa Valley glow golden in the setting sun. A patchwork of lush green grapevines are the reason this region draws people from all over the world - to savour its unique food and wines. #Penfolds magic is founded in the diverse and rich wine regions of South Australia, where every bottle starts its story. Discover more at penfolds.com


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Stylish elderly woman in Ile Saint Louis, Paris 💕👵

Paris, France
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“Took so many pictures in their @lucyand.co Puffer Vests so y’all betta be ready” writes @herotheaussie
#dogsofinstagram


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#Repost @caitensphoto
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和海龜一起游泳永遠不會過時!
跟著牠們四處游和看牠們做的事情讓我感到很放鬆和好奇!
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Swimming with turtles will never get old! So relaxed and curious.
Following them around and watching them do their thing is an experience like no other!

#queensland #thisisqueensland #greatbarrierreef


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Do you know what year this photo of a man and horse beneath a typical African tree was published in National Geographic magazine? Photo by Carl E. Akeley. Check back to see the answer posted in the captions. #tbt #throwbackthursday #vintage #blackandwhite #southafrica
Answer: 1909


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I’ve been quiet on Instagram the last several days because I’ve been very sick. I’m in Salta, Argentina and I came down with a very bad cold when I was in Patagonia. I was caught out in the rain while hiking on a glacier. Toss in the cold temperatures and high winds and viola!……sick.

I’m attending the Adventure Travel World Summit here in Salta and when not at the event, I’ve spent almost all my time in my hotel room sleeping and trying to recover.

End result? Not a lot of activity on Instagram.

I’m feeling much better now, however. Still have a bit of a cough, but other than that, the major symptoms are gone.

I’m here in Salta for 3 more nights and then I head back to US. I’ll be home in Minneapolis for 6 days before I head to Portland, Oregon for another conference. After that I head to London for what I hope will be my last big conference of the year. If you are in Portland or London, let me know if you’d like to meet up.

#EverythingEverywhere #denalinps #nationalparks #nationalpark #usdoi

Denali National Park and Preserve
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Hamamatsu-cho (浜松町)
#RECO_ig

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Nothing like hiking the Swiss alps in the middle of the night and getting lost for 4hrs w/ iPhone flashlights to lead the way and still managing to end up here 5 min before sunrise 🌄 Thanks to my brother @linomeoli for following me on this amazing Swiss adventure, wouldn't have been the same without you fam. Tip: If you plan to hike from Zermatt to Stellisee for sunrise do not follow the google maps🚶🏽directions!!! Prob a bad idea for any hike 😅

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#Followmeto the heart of Florence with @natalyosmann. What is the most romantic city for you?
#следуйзамной к самому сердцу Флоренции вместе с @natalyosmann! Флоренция - Мекка для влюбленных. А какой город вы считаете самым романтичным?

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Hydra by night. A perfect long weekend getaway. In mid-September, the heat backs off and the water is still warm. A long trek or two gives good coverage of the island. Food is excellent, especially if fish and seafood are your thing and you don't mind feta, local cheeses, and Greek wine. Throw in an afternoon boat ride along the southwestern shore, a few dips in the Gulf of Hydra, some late afternoon strolls and a lie-in or two and you'll have the makings for a perfect shoulder/mid-season break.

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