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Video by @ChristineEckstrom and @FransLanting Experienced cheetah moms, like all good mothers, are both vigilant and tolerant. Watch how this mother puts up with the antics of her cubs until they wear themselves out and suckle and go to sleep. What you don’t see here is how this mother is constantly scanning the horizon for signs of trouble. The fate of cheetahs as a species depends on the ability of a small number of exceptional females to nurture cubs to independence and to keep them safe while doing so. We call them “supermoms.” And any mother who is juggling child care with earning a living and other responsibilities, can relate to that. We are posting this clip in recognition of NatGeo’s BigCat Week. Tune in to NG Channel’s cheetah film by Bob Poole tonight. Follow me @FransLanting for more stories from the wild world of cheetahs.

@thephotosociety #cheetahs #wildlife #motherhood #family #joy #play

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Photo by @nornea
Starting today, we’re introducing new ways for you to stay connected to your interests on Instagram, with the ability to follow hashtags like #equestrian.
For 19-year-old Menea Johansson Djärv (@nornea), dressing up means felt hats, capes and a unicorn horn for her beloved pony Norina 🦄. As a child growing up in Sweden, she was inspired by vivid fairy tales and medieval markets. “It was beyond exciting to see adults dress up and pretend they lived in a different time,” she says. Now, cloaked in nature, Menea creates her own #equestrian daydreams that reflect a real-life kinship with her creatures. “I want [my horses] to see me as a best friend they can trust and respect, just like I do with them. Most photo shoots are spontaneous. The most challenging part is to focus on the horses and the camera at the same time. The most fun part is to feel adventurous and invincible.”


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Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz @feedtheplanet The largest orange grove in Europe carpets the hill country near Rio Tinto, Spain with what appears to be 3,000 hectares of green organic corduroy. To learn more about the global food supply, follow @feedtheplanet


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Hello Egypt - you’ve already exceeded my expectations in so many ways ✨🔼✨ // a great thanks to @amchamegypt for inviting me to experience the magic of this special place

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Drink Break | Photograph by Abhijit Dutta
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“Coalitions of adult males is a common phenomenon in the African Savannah. It works superbly in their favor in terms of hunting success, keeping territory and also taking over prides and hunting grounds from aging males,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Abhijit Dutta. “This pair of brothers was patrolling the boundaries of their territory in the Maasai Mara when they stopped for a drinking break.”

Join @natgeowild for the ONLY week dedicated to nature’s fiercest felines. Follow #bigcatweek at 9/8c on @natgeochannel.


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STORY TAKEOVER! “Do you want to build a snowman?” Writes @ellie.bean.jelly.bean | Be sure to checkout our story for some snowy fun! #dogsofinstagram


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#MorganFreeman vuelve a la pantalla de National Geographic, en esta oportunidad, para contarte TU historia. Muy pronto, #TheStoryOfUs.


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Photo by @ljohnphoto: Christian worshippers gather in a pastor's home in Orissa, India. #religion #culture #india


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