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Fight Fire With Fire | Photograph by Kyle Miller (@wyoming_hotshots)
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Four members of the Wyoming Hotshots crew use a controlled burn, called backfiring, to fight a wildfire in Custer, South Dakota. With a controlled burn, firefighters can burn up vegetation and fuel in the path of the main wildfire, slowing down its momentum.

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Fight Fire With Fire | Photograph by Kyle Miller (@wyoming_hotshots)
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Four members of the Wyoming Hotshots crew use a controlled burn, called backfiring, to fight a wildfire in Custer, South Dakota. With a controlled burn, firefighters can burn up vegetation and fuel in the path of the main wildfire, slowing down its momentum.
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Today we are featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to natgeo.com/pod. #YourShotPhotographer

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@tarikulislam_topu

Terrifyingly beautiful

@shanevgibson

@m_subh_b wildfires are a natural process. Plants, trees and soil benefit from them. They happen regardless of humans starting them.

@earth___travel

Very bad event

@lahuerita818

very sad 😢😢

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@asssontherun

Great post, great message and shared knowledge

@paskarpictures

Impressive photograph. It looks beautiful even though it’s devastating.

@siddhant219

Amazing shot 😍

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@amazshot__sk

Very bad ...

@the_lunatic_wolverine

@m_subh_b But it gets even worse if you don’t use such methods.

@m_subh_b

very bad for our eco system 😢

@rioinfani

Good shot but

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