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The campaign to create a marine protected area in the #RossSea has just won an Ocean Award from the @BlueMarineFoundation and @BoatInternational! Many people and organisations were involved in this achievement, but congratulations to @Lewis.Pugh, the Last Ocean filmmakers (Peter Young, John Weller, Cassandra Brooks and Peter Ainley), and George Watters for their outstanding contributions. 📷of a Weddell Seal under the ice in the Ross Sea, #Antarctica (©️ John Weller)


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As French President @emmanuelmacron prepares to travel on an official visit to Australia, the leaders of several environmental NGOs are asking him to give a new impetus to French and Australian cooperation to protect #Antarctica and the Southern Ocean.
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➡️ Read more by following the link in our bio.
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📷 ©️ John Weller


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Antarctica is one of the most pristine places on the planet. The sea surrounding it is home to seven different species of penguin - but their future is uncertain. Climate change is making it harder for penguins to find food and a safe place to breed.
Krill are the foundation of Antarctica's marine ecosystem. They provide food for penguins and other Antarctic animals like whales and seals.
Protecting krill with a network of marine protected areas means protecting penguins and making their populations more resilient to climate change.

On #WorldPenguinDay, help us to protect their home. 📷©️ John Weller


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Gentoo penguins in the Antarctic Peninsula are categorized as Near Threatened with extinction.
Marine protection in the region would help safeguard krill, which is a main source of food for gentoos and other species.

Read more about the threats facing penguins and their habitats this #WorldPenguinDay in @pewenvironment's interview with Ecologist Michelle LaRue. See the link in our bio. 🐧 📷 ©️ John Weller


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Happy #WorldPenguinDay!

Emperor penguins are one of the deepest diving birds in the world. They can reach depths of up to 500 metres and spend as long as 20 minutes under water.
Right before they take the plunge, birds will accelerate their heart rate to saturate their bodies with oxygen and then slow it back down to just 6 beats per minute once they’re swimming.

By improving marine protection in the ocean around Antarctica, we have an opportunity to protect these incredible species and their fragile ocean ecosystem for generations to come. 📷 by @sea_view_bruno


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After an investigative @greenpeace report said industrial krill-fishing is ‘robbing marine animals of a vital food supply’, @boots has become the latest UK retailer to have its krill oil supplements thrown under the spotlight by environmental groups and consumers. While Boots says it sells only a ‘very small proportion of the annual catch’ it remains to be seen whether the chain store will follow @hollandandbarrett in removing these supplements from shelves 🐋






#licencetokrill #greenpeace #krill #krilloil #fishing #antarctica #antarcticocean #marinelife #climatechange #nature #retail #Boots #hollandandbarrett #news #consumers #environment #ocean #naturephotography #ice #sustainability #MSC #ccamlr #sales #business #health #omega3


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@Regrann from @vitaholding: @Regrann de @natgeo: Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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한국이 남극해 크릴조업 세계국가 순위 3위래요. 그리고 남극해양생물자원보존위원회의 25개 회원국 중 하나이구요...
올해 10월 논의 될 남극 웨델해 보호 구역 지정에 한 나라라도 동의 하지 않으면 통과가 안된대요..우리나라가 책임있는 한표를 할수 있도록 도와주세요 #Repost @greenpeacekorea with @get_repost
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#지구 어느 곳보다 평화로운 #남극 #웨델해 🐧
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이곳을 해양보호구역으로 지정하기 위해서는 대한민국 정부의 동참이 절실합니다. 이 지역을 보호하기 위해 한국을 포함해 총 몇 개의 회원국이 동참해야 될까요? 영상을 보시고 댓글로 답을 알려주세요 💚
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이 영상을 친구들에게 공유하고 #그린피스 인스타 프로필 링크를 눌러 남극보호 서명에 동참해주세요!
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#Greenpeace #남극보호#ccamlr#protectthearctic 💚💚💚


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#Repost @natgeo
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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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@Regrann de @natgeo: Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean - #regrann


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@Regrann de @natgeo: Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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@Regrann de @natgeo: Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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I don't need Omega -3 suppliment but this #Seals and other #wildlife in #Arctic needs krills to feed .. seriously humans thinks everything on this planet only their 's to take .. this area needs to be protected this #animals needs to be protected and we need to stop #overfishing #overfishingsucks Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean @RepostIt_app


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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // A Weddell seal wakes up from its afternoon nap as I silently approach its floating ice bed by kayak. The Antarctic Peninsula is an important area for animals like seals, whales and penguins to breed, rest and feed on the abundant krill populations found here. Wildlife must compete with a large fleet of vessels from countries like Norway and China, whose industrialized fishing fleet sucks millions of pounds of krill used in Omega 3 supplements and fish farm feed. I took this photograph as part of a @NatGeo and @Sea_Legacy expedition to call for the protection of the waters surrounding the Peninsula so that wildlife has a better chance to thrive. To see more images of the incredible wildlife found in Antarctica #Follow me at @CristinaMittermeier

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_Legacy #photographersforAntarctica #beauty #animals #Wildlifephotography #CCAMLR #MPA #ocean


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U Antarktidy by mělo vzniknout největší chráněné území na světě (pětkrát větší než Německo - přes 1,8 milionu čtverečních kilometrů), požaduje spolu s Evropskou unií ekologické hnutí @Greenpeace. Rezervace by vznikla na ochranu tučňáků, velryb, tuleňů a dalších živočichů. #ProtectAntarctic #antarctica #whales #penguins #environment #CCAMLR


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#wip unofficial submission to this month's @animalartistscollective theme of oceans and seas.

This is a female southern elephant seal pup (Mirounga leonina)

From a reference photo I took at the sea lions and elephant seals colony at Valdez Peninsula in Patagonia.

More to follow soon. Hope to finish it over the weekend. *****
This and future submission will go to support the creation of the world's biggest ocean natural reserve -hopefully to be established in October by the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR)

I am supporting efforts by @greenpeace and the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition to help it become a reality.

Check out more at www.asoc.org and get involved to support this.

https://m.facebook.com/antarcticsouthernocean/ ***** Paints: Schmincke Horadam
Paper: Arches 300gsm Cold Pressed

#wildlife #oceans
#seals
#animalartistscollective
#watercolorartist
#watercolor
#aplayfulprocess
#ccamlr
#antarctica
#patagonia
#elephantseals
#asoc
#peninsulavaldez
#chubut


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Way down in the Antarctic, Krill have an extremely boring menu choice. If I were a Krill... I would be considering alternatives! This cartoon brought to you by Marvin Terry (artist)and Ron Boone(scientist).#krill #antarctica #cartoon #ecosystem #ccamlr #menziesinstitute #kegsteakhouse #thekeg #keg #shrimp #fish #ocean #greenpeace


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A flashback to 2004 cruising through the Straits of #Megallan. We cruised it in both directions, the first trip leaving from Punta Arenas to the #RossSea.
As a #CCAMLR #scientific observer on a US flagged #Toothfish #longliner, the trip was for 120 days before steaming through the Straits to dock in Montevideo.
#Chile #SouthAmerica #Antartica #SouthernSeas


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Greenpeace's 3m-tall penguin sculpture stands in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin holding a sign with a countdown until the day that the CCAMLR group decides whether or not to accept the EU proposal for a marine sanctuary in the Antarctic Ocean. Help us strengthen the case for an Antarctic ocean sanctuary by adding your name today! (See link in bio)
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#ProtectAntarctic #Antarctic #AntarcticOceanSanctuary #ocean #sea #sealife #wilderness #ice #fishing #ecosystem #nature #beauty #penguins #animals #earth #oneplanet #environment #sunrise #ArcticSunrise #greenpeace #ship #shiptour #science #biodiversity #campaign #activism #berlin #germany #ccamlr


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This Sunday, you are invited to the Antarctic and you are given the tools to help protect it! 🐧🐳❄️ "You might have read news stories about Antarctic sea ice being at a record low, this, in combination with escalating climate change and expanding industrial fishing is putting severe pressure on the Antarctic ecosystem.
Luckily, there is something we can do about it! In 2018, the Antarctic Ocean Commission (CCALMR) is meeting to discuss a Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary. This will be the largest protected area on the planet. "
Read on to find out more and to watch a beautiful video from the Antarctic. Thank you for caring about the world around you ❤️😊🌱🌎💚 Link in bio as always! Again, I did not have a relevant photo of the Antarctic, so here’s me and my #samoyed instead ☺️#protecttheantarctic #protectwhatyoulove #environment #environmentalawareness #climatechange #overfishingkillsourocean #overfishing #greenpeace #greenliving #folkgreen #ccamlr #nature #ecosystems #sustainability #thefuture #environmentalist


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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#Repost @rajeevbritto (@get_repost)
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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Die Antarktis ist in Gefahr: Der Klimawandel hat in den letzten 50 Jahren zu einem Temperaturanstieg von über 2 Grad Celsius geführt und Fischerei-Trawler lauern darauf, die Heimat von Pinguinen, Walen und Robben als neues Beutegebiet zu erschließen. Sie haben es auf die Grundlage dieses empfindlichen Ökosystems abgesehen: den Krill - kleine krebsartige Tierchen, von denen sich Wale und zahlreiche andere antarktische Lebewesen ernähren.
Die gute Nachricht ist: Es gibt die Chance, in der Antarktis das weltweit größte Meeresschutzgebiet einzurichten!
Um die Bürgerinnen und Bürger darauf aufmerksam zu machen, standen wir heute in der @stadtkassel auf dem #Opernplatz. Mit dabei war ein Wegweiser, der bis zur Antarktis-Konferenz "CCAMLR" am #Gleis1 stehen bleiben wird.
@greenpeace.de #Greenpeace #Kassel #Hessen #Deutschland #Germany #Antarktis #Schutzgebiet #Meeresschutz #Klimaschutz #Klima #Umwelt #Umweltschutz #climate #environment #penguins #seals #whales #Foto #Fotografie #photo #photography #instapic #picoftheday #savetheantarctic #Artenvielfalt #biodiversity #Wegweiser #CCAMLR


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Please read.
#Repost @natgeo
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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😢 #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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😢🐣❤️ regram @natgeo
Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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#온난화 .. 다 같이 멸망해가는길
#실화입니다
#슬픕니다
#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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We can live our lives without fish and shrimp and seafood, but these little guys can't.

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“ Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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EVERY SINGLE HUMAN ACTION IMPACTS A LIFE SOMEWHERE ELSE ... let’s end this chain reaction of horrible choices based on absolutely no research on the part of each individual when it comes to where the products they purchase come from.... 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼my soul is bleeding for him.. as we as humans are FULLY responsible for his suffering ..... 😭😭😭😭😭 #Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso #awareness truth #woke #wakeup #life #earth #bethechange #climatechange #ocean #penguins @theellenshow @theellenshow @theellenshow


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Such a heart breaking news... and thinking that lot of people contribute cero to the planet, the place where they live, breathing the air every day, enjoying the beach, the mountains, and the list goes on and on, taking everything for granted...It's a shame 😢 Then we humans are amazed when natural disasters happen. Climate change is REAL and we are contributing to it 😳 Let's take care our home our planet, and be thankful we are fortunate to live in it.
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide @RepostIt_app


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#Painful #Penquinawarenessday #Regram @Natgeo
Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen@cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch@ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages#CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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#climatechangeisreal

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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Heartbreaking😢#Repost @natgeo with @get_repost
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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#savetheplanet #climatechange #cascade #environment #penguins #endangered #Antarctica #globalwarming - Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide - #regrann


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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One single minute that you take to read this and to keep attention on what is going on with this world can help to change the future.

@natgeo
Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide - #regrann


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Effetti del global warming in Antartide, immagini difficili da guardare senza una stretta al cuore. Scherziamo col fuoco come bambini ma abbiamo un pianeta solo. Ognuno di noi può fare la sua parte sprecando il meno possibile. Pensiamoci anche per lui.
#globalwarming #riscaldamentoglobale #antartide #antarctica #pinguini #penguin #penguins
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Photo @ladzinski / Photos like this aren’t easy to look at, in fact, they’re completely heartbreaking. However, the hope is that they ultimately encourage change and better understanding. This is a juvenile #gentoo #penguin, soaking wet from rain and bearing an injury. As the Antarctica peninsula continues to warm, precipitation is slowly changing from snow to rain, with many new consequences. There has been a vast increase in young penguins and other birds freezing to death, due to these newly wet conditions in this cold environment. Studies have also shown that penguin populations are decreasing due to habitat loss and fish stock depletion. Further, rain is also exasperating the ice melt, excelerating an already bad situation. It’s critically important that we pay attention to these signs and make changes, climate change is real and we are contributing to it. It’s extremely important to secure habitat and fishing stocks, notably Krill, a shrimp that nearly every mammal here relies on. Krill feed on sea ice, a habitat of bacteria, algae and crustaceans. If krill is over fished each and every animal that relies on it, like numerous species of whale, seal and penguin, will have nothing left to eat. Now, more than ever, we look to the leadership of #CCAMLR, the council responsible for managing the marine living resources in the waters surrounding Antarctica, to make the right decisions on how Antarcticas oceans are fished responsibly. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages #CCMLAR2018 #turningthetide


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CCAMLR workshop : ) 가족같은 분위기 ^^ I love these people! #ccamlr #conservation of #marine #living #resources #tazmania #australia #negotiator #worldtraveler


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