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Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) 21-month-old Afghan refugee Anna Rahmoni sleeps under a mosquito net outside her family’s tent in a camp North of Athens in Greece last Friday the 10th of August 2018, while visiting with @anikaphi of @unmigration and @rooswijngaards of @everydayrefugees to document the daily life of the people in the camp. For more photos and videos of the refugee crisis follow me @mmuheisen and @everydayrefugees #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen


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The Silver Temple - Thailand 😍😍😍
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Picture by ✨✨@loic.lagarde✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


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GIVEAWAY! National Dog Day is 10 days away and we’d love to get two lucky pups ready for this very important holiday with some new swag from @lucyand.co. Here’s how to enter:
1. Follow @lucyand.co and tap the link in their bio
2. Comment here and tag one deserving friend, telling them which bandana is your favorite

That’s it! We’ll DM the lucky winner + lucky friend tomorrow!


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Photo by @bunnymelv
Hello, world! Meet today’s #WeeklyFluff: Melvin and Bianca (@bunnymelv), two bunnies living their best cage-free life in Sweden. “Melvin and Bianca liked each other immediately, but have two very different personalities,” says their human, Felicia Ohlsson. “Melvin is very curious and outgoing and follows me around everywhere. Bianca is independent and has a lot of energy — she loves to climb on furniture and windowsills.”
With her account, Felicia hopes to educate others on keeping rabbits as cage-free pets. “The training process from caged to cage-free is quite simple but needs to be taken slowly,” she says. “But it’s all worth it, because bunnies make such great company.”


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Shibuya Alleys🏮 #HuaweiP20Pro


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Playing Around | Photograph by Leighton Lum (@photography_by_leighton)
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“Baby humpback whales are very inquisitive by nature. Their curiosity used to be their downfall during the times of whaling in Tonga, as they were easy targets,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Leighton Lum. “Since the whaling has stopped, more whales have shown up every year to breed and raise their calves.”

“What an incredible view of a peaceful creature! I love how it looks like this ‘little’ whale is giving us the eye. Though I love the deep blue of the ocean, seeing this scene in black and white slows it down to let us truly appreciate this awesome mammal. Well done!” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)


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Photo by @renan_ozturk // The cigar smoke and dripping sweat seemed frozen by the first rays of sun down the narrow streets. Searching for the intersection of natural light and humanity, Old Havana, Cuba, 2016. ~

Follow @renan_ozturk for more images if adventure mixed with culture around the globe.


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Historia de una cara - El trasplante revolucionario que le dio a una joven una segunda oportunidad.
La cara comunica quiénes somos al transmitir las emociones. Es el portal hacia el mundo sensorial. Entonces, ¿podemos decir que somos nuestras caras? Katie Stubblefield perdió la suya cuando tenía 18 años y los médicos le dieron una cara nueva a los 21. Descubre esta historia de sufrimiento, identidad, resilencia y milagros médicos en www.nationalgeographicla.com/una-cara-nueva


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