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by @packmeone

#PMO !
#Repost @natgeocreative
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Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation


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by @tallerescolorparty

Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @my_little_miss_suicide

Мои любимые ❤️❤️❤️Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk - #regrann


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by @flamingoinminn

#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @debra_mayer7849

Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @ricardo13montanez

#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @ricardo13montanez

#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @top24gram

From @natgeo:
Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @natgeomagazinesrbija

Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk - #regrann


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by @natgeo

Photo by @Joelsartore | Did you know that flamingos have a very poor sense of taste and no sense of smell? This is probably a good thing, because wild lesser flamingos have specialized diets of blue-green algae and diatoms. Their diet restricts their habitats to hyper-alkaline and soda lakes and is also the reason for their pink coloring! The pigment of their feathers, legs, and face all come from the organisms they eat. As the blue-green algae they consume is digested, the pigments dissolve in fats and is transferred into the feathers, through this process the color becomes pink. Variations in their coloring can happen based on the volume they ingest. They are classified as near threatened by IUCN; and their main threats are decreasing breeding success, predation, human development, and pollution from to the soda lakes the birds rely on. #flamingos #PhotoArk


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by @khatunajakonia

დილა მშვიდობისა 💜💚 ადამიანებო და კაცებო 😁😊🙃 good morning people 💖💃🤗
Have a great day all 🤗💃💖💗 ოროფათ დო ბედნერეფათ ეფშა დღავა არძასივაა 💗💖💃 #Repost from @natgeocreative by @quicksave.app
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Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation #InstaSaveApp #QuickSaveApp

Tbilisi, Georgia
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by @tallerescolorparty

Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation


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by @gdiver

Try not to smile - I dare you. 😊 @natgeocreative Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the Pan-American Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation


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by @tegiejane

This little guy 😍

#Repost @natgeocreative with @get_repost
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Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation


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by @elenamattiolioviglio

Regrann from @natgeocreative - Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation - #regrann


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by @kedamayu

#Repost @natgeocreative with @get_repost
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Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation


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by @carly.emms

#Repost @natgeocreative
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Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation


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by @andrea.g_75

#Repost @natgeocreative
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Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation #smile #cuteanimals #hanging


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by @natgeocreative

Photo by @joelsartore: A brown-throated three-toed sloth hangs out at the PanAmerican Conservation Association. #photoark #sloth #conservation

Gamboa, Panama
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by @fsantagostinob

Solo alcune delle meraviglie in mostra a #photoark
#natura bene prezioso
#citylife #milano


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by @annenbergspace

Next month at the Photography Space, come eye-to-eye with animals in studio-style portraits by @NatGeo #photographer @joelsartore. The National Geographic #PhotoArk opens #October 13. Click the link in our bio to learn more! 📸 "A springbok mantis (Miomantis caffra) at the Auckland Zoo, Auckland, New Zealand" © Photo by Joel Sartore/National Geographic Photo Ark

#NationalGeographic #NatGeo #Nature #Conservation #Art #Museum #Photo #Animals #Mantis

The Annenberg Space for Photography
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