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Photo by @paulnicklen: A conservationist swimming with tiger sharks off of Oahu teaches surfers how to avoid being attacked by the massive predators, a danger that's real but far less common than drowning. #hawaii #underwater #swimming #sharks #adventure


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Big Lagoon - Philippines ✨💚💚💚✨ Picture by ✨✨@timothysykes✨✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!


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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // The Lake Castrovalva area of Lechuguilla (cave) in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico, is very special. It is abundant in very delicate and unique cave formations, and for this reason it is very rarely visited. These formations are simply perfect and pristine. Here lies a fine set of rimstones and gours. For millions of years, the cave has been sealed off from human and animal interaction. The cave is so beautiful and so important to science that access is strictly controlled in order to keep the cave in as pristine condition as possible. It is a real time machine, taking us back to a world that was very different to the one we live in today. @natgeocreative


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Photo @tbfrost | Words by @paulrosolie | What makes anacondas so hard to study is they spend most of their time below water or mud. This means that even giant individuals can be impossible to detect. We had been searching for over thirty-five days in swamps and on rivers, without finding a single one. This 7-8ft individual came to us, strangely enough, by way of Instagram! First sighted by researchers who posted the photo, it was then discovered by Ecuadorian photographer @luksth , who alerted us. We traveled for 2 hours up the Tambopata River here in Peru to observe her. What made it extra exciting is she had just eaten an agouti (a house-cat-sized Amazonian rodent) below a mammal colpa or clay lick. It wasn’t the largest anaconda we’ve ever seen, but what is significant here is her behavior. Anacondas appear to travel long distances up forest streams to access mammal colpas (salt deposits) where the prey is abundant. This is a new behavior for an apex predator that we still know very little about. Just part of an ongoing effort to better understand the numbers, habits, ecology, and intelligence of these mysterious giants.

To see a photo of the ENTIRE snake with food in her belly, follow @tbfrost


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Catching some air along the California coast. 🤙 #WHPplay


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Holding the Tracks | Photograph by Kyle Miller (@wyoming_hotshots)
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“Firefighters work to control the 416 Fire burning on the San Juan National Forest near Durango, Colorado. Pictured here, a member of the Wyoming Hotshots is monitoring the unburned or ‘green’ side of the fireline,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Kyle Miller. “Firefighters often use natural fuel to set back fires, and here the railroad tracks work nicely for them to burn off from. A few people are at the front, while the rest of the crew holds the line, making sure no adverse winds throw hot embers across onto the green side.”

“Kyle, thank you so much for sharing this series. I love learning about the lives and careers of these firefighters. I love how you composed this image, to show the destruction of the fire on the left and contrasting with the lush, untouched green on the right. I’m looking forward to learning more through your story-telling images. Well done.” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemnicholas). Check out our Instagram Story to see more of Kristen’s favorites from last week.


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Brasserie à Paris ☕️ 🚬


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