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@Regranned from @yaguarapanama - #LiveStream Todo listo para la presentación de #RicardoMoreno en el #NatGeoFest sobre la coexistencia entre el #jaguar y los pobladores locales. 👀 Este viernes 16 de junio a las 11:45 a.m. en la sesión "Conflicts of Nature" moderada por Catherine Workman, National Geographic Senior Director, Wildlife. #savejaguars 🐆
#natgeo #emergingexplores #jaguarsmatter 💪 Puedes verlo en el link de la bio o aquí 👉 http://on.natgeo.com/2rdRv6Q
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@Regranned from @yaguarapanama - #RicardoMoreno, el científico panameño que le da voz al jaguar 🐆 Cada año, National Geographic Society reconoce y apoya a científicos, conservacionistas, narradores de historias e innovadores que están cambiando el mundo, conocidos como #EmergingExplorers. Ricardo es un orgullo para Panamá por su labor en la conservación del jaguar y porque figura en esta selecta lista que incluye un grupo de 14 líderes audaces, con ideas transformadoras, que han tomado para sí mismos la misión de National Geographic y de esta forma construir un mundo mejor a través de su trabajo. #natgeofest
#savejaguars #jaguarsmatter • • • #nationalgeographic #society #natgeo #wildcats #bigcats #jaguars #jaguar #jaguares #yaguara #panama #photo #nature #biodiversity #forest #cat #wild #cats #big #technology #people #communities #insade #natgeoexplorers #2017 #washington


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@Regranned from @joelsartore - On this #pollinatormonday, you can learn how to help the beautiful monarch. The monarch butterfly is a declining species that we can save together by pledging not to use herbicides and pesticides on our lawns, and by planting milkweed for butterflies to lay their eggs on. Order your milkweed seeds and partially grown plants called ‘stems’ from Monarchwatch.org (link in bio). Plant them and post a picture to instagram using #pollinatorhero to accept the challenge of saving the monarch. Be a pollinator hero by spreading the word to others that monarchs need our help! Lets all take part and see what we can #SaveTogether.
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Hope to catch you at #NatGeoFest June 15-18 in Washington D.C.!
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#monarchs #pollinators #savethebees #savethemonarchs #butterflies #butterfly #howto #diy #milkweed #gardening #nature #plants #flowers #garden #monarch #naturephotography #joelsartore #wildlife #extinctioncrisis #natgeo #photoark - #regrann


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When work functions (and your flatmate @pollcso) are fab 🗺️💛. #natgeofest

The Brewery
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A de-snare mission about a year ago in the northern part of our study area. Unfortunately this is an all to common part of the job. Commercial bushmeat is in high demand so poachers set snares for antelope but indiscriminately lions, hyena, wild dog, giraffe, etc get caught as well. Usually they break the snare off the anchor, thus carrying wire around their neck or limbs. Unless action is taken these animals most often die or lose a limb. Once the snare is removed and the wound treated, they usually make a full recovery. photo credit @martinedstrom and visit his page to learn more about their cool virtual reality work here in South Luangwa!
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This is Johnathan Merkle and Ben Goodheart of the Zambian Carnivore Programme. They're inspecting the wound of a male lion wounded by a snare. After tracking down the lion and having the vet sedating it with a tranquilizer dart, the scientists have about 50 minutes to work on the lion before they need to give him space to wake up. Removing the snare, cleaning the wound and giving the lion antibiotics to help ward of infection, the scientists hope to give the lion a better chance of survival despite being the victim of a snare.

As you can imagine, working closely with the Zambia Carnivore Programme was an impressive experience.

#VRlions @natgeo #natgeowild #bigcats #bigcat #bigcatsinitative #causeanuproar #ZCP #lion #lions #natgeofest


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🙌🙌🙌 Peering into the origins of our universe @NationalGeographic #NatGeoFest #explorer 😊🤓👩🏻💻💪💡🔭✨💫
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#ICYMI / #FYI 👉Ultimately, the goal of the Cosmology Large Angular Scale Surveyor (CLASS) telescope is to make a precise determination of cosmic dawn—when the stars in the first galaxies formed—and to characterize what happened in the first trillionth of a second when the universe formed. Initially appearing as high energy radiation, that light has cooled with the expansion of the universe and now appears in the microwave part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
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This ancient radiation—called the cosmic microwave background, or CMB—was first predicted by Ralph Alpher at the @JohnsHopkinsU Applied Physics Laboratory just after World War II. Its discovery in 1964 resulted in two Nobel Prizes. Three space missions have since been dedicated to the study of the CMB, resulting in two more Nobel Prizes. The CMB is important because it travels through space for 13.8 billion years, carrying with it an image of the infant universe.
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The most popular current theory of the origin of the universe is called "inflation theory." Inflation theory holds that the universe grew exponentially from quantum fluctuations to astronomical scales producing gravitational waves. Gravitational waves were discovered recently from the merging of two black holes. Detecting the gravitational waves from inflation will require a very different kind of detector, one that nature itself has provided. Gravitational waves from the origin of the universe induce a specific kind of polarization, or directional pattern of the CMB. That pattern is what the CLASS telescope is designed to observe.
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The CLASS observatory consists of two 30-foot-tall towers, each holding two microwave instruments including optics, a detector system that uses a device designed and recently patented by investigators at Johns Hopkins University and NASA, and a device that rapidly switches the polarization—a bit like switching the direction of polarized glasses. 😎💡✨

National Geographic Museum
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"Salvemos el Jaguar"🐯Con el gran Ricardo Moreno @yaguarapanama admiración y respeto por todo el trabajo que se realiza para la conservación de esos hermosos felinos. Felicidades al PILA EN su cumpleaños 29 Encantada con todo y que buena exposición de la situación del Jaguar Felicidades y a salvar el Jaguar #yaguarapanama #savejaguars #salvemoseljaguar #jaguar #asalvareljaguar #PILA #felinos #natgeo #wild #wildanimal #cerropunta #thepanamalife #visitpanama #culture #naturelovers #animalover #cats #onlyinpanama #jaguars #jaguar #jaguares #natgeofest #lifestream #natgeowild

Cerro Punta, Chiriqui
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Repost from @joelsartore
A pair of rescued baby Indochinese silvered langurs at the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (@ACCB_cambodia) in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Babies of this species are born bright orange and then eventually change to a darker color. The population of this endangered primate is in severe decline due to logging, poaching and the illegal pet trade, with more than half of their population disappearing in recent decades. The infants are often captured in the wild and sold as pets, then given away to wildlife rescue centers like the ACCB once people realize they can't care for them.
At the ACCB, young rescued animals like these receive help learning and developing the skills needed to survive in the wild. The goal is that one day they may be released back into their natural habitat to live free.
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#NOTAPET #natgeofest #langurs #primates #cute #babyanimals #babies #animalconservation #animalrescue #wildliferebab #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether


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