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Grab a trusty compass and use it to prop up your phone map: @ytepodcast is recording live at D.C.’s @natgeomuseum! This Saturday come join three comedians on their adventure to discover what one National Geographic Explorer does all day. Led by host @chrisiduffy, with panel @neginfarsad (How to Make White People Laugh), @yoyofirestone (The Tonight Show), and Scott Adsit (30 Rock). Ticket link in bio! #NatGeoDC


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Interview about upcoming talk (next week!!)at NatGeo in DC. Link to full interview https://ontaponline.com/2018/03/31/day-life-emerging-explorer-grace-young/
Link also on 1st page of blog; link in bio. #NatGeoDC
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Please join me in DC April 10! I'll be sharing how technology helps us see and explore the ocean. Looking forward to everyone's questions! Link in bio 👆 #NatGeoDC #aquanaut #oceanoptimism #insidenatgeo @missionthirtyone #scuba #ocean #sealife #waterworld #natgeoexplorer #mitalumni #womeninstem #oceaneyes #oceanengineering #blueplanet #doxawatches #doxa @doxa_watches


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC
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Carlton is giving his first public talk at National Geographic - WILD FLORIDA: Hidden in Plain Sight - tomorrow, March 20 at 7:30 PM. Please join him if you can and share the event with DC area friends! Follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers with National Geographic Explorer Carlton Ward Jr on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. Learn how he’s using photography to elevate critical conservation issues while revealing the wonders of a world on the brink of being lost. Co-presented with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. @dceff_org @natgeo #natgeoDC @fl_wildcorridor @ilcp_photographers @natgeocreative #florida #photography #bears #panthers #forests #swamps #rivers #ranchlands #hiddenflorida #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild


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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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#floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #LoveFL #Repost @carltonward
・・・#repost: Thanks @insidenatgeo for making this video before my talk at #NatGeoDC this Tuesday (link in my bio)
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Eighth-generation Floridian @carltonward uses photography to inspire conservation efforts in his home state—and he's encouraging citizen scientists to follow suit. #insidenatgeo #FloridaWild @fl_wildcorridor video by @grizzlycreekfilms and @jddavenport


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🌴Florida is more than just theme parks.➡️ @carltonward - #repost: Thanks @insidenatgeo for making this video before my talk at #NatGeoDC this Tuesday (link in my bio)
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Eighth-generation Floridian @carltonward uses photography to inspire conservation efforts in his home state—and he's encouraging citizen scientists to follow suit. #insidenatgeo #FloridaWild @fl_wildcorridor video by @grizzlycreekfilms and @jddavenport -.
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#Repost @carltonward with @get_repost
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#repost: Thanks @insidenatgeo for making this video before my talk at #NatGeoDC this Tuesday (link in my bio)
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Eighth-generation Floridian @carltonward uses photography to inspire conservation efforts in his home state—and he's encouraging citizen scientists to follow suit. #insidenatgeo #FloridaWild @fl_wildcorridor video by @grizzlycreekfilms and @jddavenport


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#repost: Thanks @insidenatgeo for making this video before my talk at #NatGeoDC this Tuesday (link in my bio)
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Eighth-generation Floridian @carltonward uses photography to inspire conservation efforts in his home state—and he's encouraging citizen scientists to follow suit. #insidenatgeo #FloridaWild @fl_wildcorridor video by @grizzlycreekfilms and @jddavenport


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Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. Photo by @CarltonWard #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC
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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC
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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC

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@ the.online.business.coach Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC
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natgeotravelPhoto by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo@fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther#keepflwild #natgeoDC#nature


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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // As the sun sets over the Gulf of Mexico, a local shrimp boat motors past St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge on its way back to harbor in Apalachicola, a town in the Florida panhandle where most households still rely on fish and shellfish for their livelihoods. For anyone near Washington, DC, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). @dceff_org @insidenatgeo @fl_wildcorridor #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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#Repost @joelsartore with @get_repost
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In celebration of my newly released book, Birds of the Photo Ark, I’ll be doing a special speaking event on the National Geographic campus in Washington D.C. on March 27th! I’ll be speaking about the fascinating and unique birds that have been included in the Photo Ark and telling some behind-the-scenes stories about my experience photographing them. My new book will be available for purchase at the event and I’ll be there to meet you and sign them. You can get your tickets via the link in my bio. See you there! #NatGeoDC


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In celebration of my newly released book, Birds of the Photo Ark, I’ll be doing a special speaking event on the National Geographic campus in Washington D.C. on March 27th! I’ll be speaking about the fascinating and unique birds that have been included in the Photo Ark and telling some behind-the-scenes stories about my experience photographing them. My new book will be available for purchase at the event and I’ll be there to meet you and sign them. You can get your tickets via the link in my bio. See you there! #NatGeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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@ the.online.business.coach Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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Данное фото доказывает следующее - талант и хороший фотоаппарат могут даже болото сделать притягательным местом
@natgeotravel - одна из самых интересных страничек в инстаграме👍 и познавательная😉

Regrann from @natgeotravel - Photo by @CarltonWard #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC - #regrann


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Photo by @CarltonWard // Paddleboaring is my favorite way to explore the backwaters of the Everglades. Here I am standing on Fisheating Creek composing photographs of a cypress tree that embodies this mysterious and wild waterway. For more adventures, please join me Tuesday, March 20 at National Geographic for my presentation Wild Florida: Hidden in Plain Sight (link in my bio for tickets). We will follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. #floridawild #pathofthepanther #keepflwild #natgeoDC


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#Repost @carltonward. Come hang out with us at the @natgeomuseum, March 20, in DC! 🐾 ・・・
I’m giving my first public talk at National Geographic - WILD FLORIDA: Hidden in Plain Sight - Tuesday, March 20 at 7:30 PM [link in my bio for tickets and details]. Please join me if you can and share the event with DC area friends. Thanks you! Follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers with National Geographic Explorer Carlton Ward Jr. on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. Learn how he’s using photography to elevate critical conservation issues while revealing the wonders of a world on the brink of being lost. Co-presented with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. @dceff_org @natgeo #natgeoDC #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @fl_wildcorridor @ilcp_photographers @natgeocreative


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#Repost @carltonward
・・・I’m giving my first public talk at National Geographic - WILD FLORIDA: Hidden in Plain Sight - Tuesday, March 20 at 7:30 PM [link in my bio for tickets and details]. Please join me if you can and share the event with DC area friends. Thanks you! Follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers with National Geographic Explorer Carlton Ward Jr. on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. Learn how he’s using photography to elevate critical conservation issues while revealing the wonders of a world on the brink of being lost. Co-presented with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. @dceff_org @natgeo #natgeoDC #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @fl_wildcorridor @ilcp_photographers @natgeocreative


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I’m giving my first public talk at National Geographic - WILD FLORIDA: Hidden in Plain Sight - Tuesday, March 20 at 7:30 PM [link in my bio for tickets and details]. Please join me if you can and share the event with DC area friends. Thanks you! Follow in the footsteps of bears and panthers with National Geographic Explorer Carlton Ward Jr. on epic treks to discover forests, swamps, rivers, and ranchlands hidden in the heart of Florida. Learn how he’s using photography to elevate critical conservation issues while revealing the wonders of a world on the brink of being lost. Co-presented with the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. @dceff_org @natgeo #natgeoDC #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @fl_wildcorridor @ilcp_photographers @natgeocreative


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Embark on a virtual journey with us to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. In our 3-D immersive exhibition in #DC, you’ll learn the about National Geographic’s project to restore this iconic site using cutting-edge technology. Open now through Dec. 2018. Link in bio for tickets #TOCexhibit
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From observational astrophysicist @jedidahislerphd to ocean engineer @gracecalvertyoung, National Geographic is bringing you live events in #DC this spring where you can hear stories from some of the amazing women leading the charge in science, education, and storytelling. Join us this events season! Link in bio for tickets #WomensHistoryMonth
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As part of @natgeo’s #YearOfTheBird campaign, we are hosting several live events in DC this season dedicated to celebrating and protecting birds. From photographer @joelsartore to author @adam.nicolson, we’re going to explore the world of birds. Join us! Link in bio for tickets. // Photo by @joelsartore.
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We’re announcing a new season of D.C. live events! Connect with some of National Geographic’s most innovative photographers and explorers. Link in bio for tickets.
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National Geographic cover magazines issues.#natgeo #natgeomuseum #natgeodc


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Photo by @odedbalilty AP for National Geographic
The shrine that houses the traditional burial place of Jesus Christ is undergoing restoration inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
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Friends in the Washington, DC area, please check out a talk by Dr. Cheryl Knott and her husband @timlaman “Adventures Among Orangutans” at @natgeomuseum on December 6th. More info at www.nationalgeographic.org/dc/events/adventures-among-orangutans/ #orangutan #gunungpalungnationalpark #natgeodc


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@Regranned from @natgeo - Video by @TimLaman. This short clip shows two very unique orangutan behaviors: Tree-swaying is how orangutans use their body weight to bend small trees over so they can move into the next tree, like this mom is doing with her young baby. Looks like fun right? And the Long-call is the male orangutan’s territorial advertising call.

Come learn about a lot more orangutan behaviors at my lecture with researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott at @NatGeo Headquarters in Washington DC on Dec 6. For details follow the details in my link at @TimLaman, where you can also see a lot more of my orangutan photography.
#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo - #regrann


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@Regranned from @natgeo - Video by @TimLaman. This short clip shows two very unique orangutan behaviors: Tree-swaying is how orangutans use their body weight to bend small trees over so they can move into the next tree, like this mom is doing with her young baby. Looks like fun right? And the Long-call is the male orangutan’s territorial advertising call.

Come learn about a lot more orangutan behaviors at my lecture with researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott at @NatGeo Headquarters in Washington DC on Dec 6. For details follow the details in my link at @TimLaman, where you can also see a lot more of my orangutan photography.
#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo - #regrann


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Video by @TimLaman. This short clip shows two very unique orangutan behaviors: Tree-swaying is how orangutans use their body weight to bend small trees over so they can move into the next tree, like this mom is doing with her young baby. Looks like fun right? And the Long-call is the male orangutan’s territorial advertising call.

Come learn about a lot more orangutan behaviors at my lecture with researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott at @NatGeo Headquarters in Washington DC on Dec 6. For details follow the details in my link at @TimLaman, where you can also see a lot more of my orangutan photography.
#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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@Regrann from @theellenshow - #Repost @natgeo ・・・
Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo - #regrann


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Via @theellenshow #Repost @natgeo ・・・
Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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💚 #Repost @natgeo
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#repost from @natgeo
Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
Hear Tim Carman and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott share insights about these incredible animals on Dec 6 at 7:30pm in our auditorium. Cheryl and Tim have been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #gunungpalungnationalpark for 25 years.
#babyanimals #orangutans #NatGeoDC


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Thank You & Love You Ellen @theellenshow ❤️❤️❤️ @Regranned from @theellenshow - #Repost @natgeo ・・・
Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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Появилась у меня вот такая #фотомодель ..позирует..не боится...невозможно ее не фотографировать..😊🐦
#природароссии#птицы#сойка#myhobby#myphotos#photographer#instagram#instaphotography#NatGeoDC


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Credit to @natgeo : Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @theellenshow (@get_repost)
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#Repost @natgeo ・・・
Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @theellenshow (@get_repost)
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#Repost @natgeo ・・・
Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
If you happen to be in the Washington DC area, come here my lecture with orangutan researcher and NatGeo Explorer Cheryl Knott (who happens to also be my wife) on Dec 6 at the @NatGeo Headquarters. Cheryl has been studying wild orangutans in Borneo’s #GunungPalungNationalPark for 25 years, and I have been documenting her work and the orangutans, so we have more than a few interesting experiences to share! See more of my orangutan photography by following me @TimLaman, and follow the link in my profile for details on the lecture.

#orangutan, @saveGPorangutans, @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC, #Indonesia, #Borneo


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#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Video by @TimLaman. Baby orangutans are completely dependent on their mothers for food, safety, and learning how to survive in the rain forest. Orangutan mothers produce a new baby only once every 7 to 8 years, making them the slowest reproducing of all mammals. So every baby is incredibly precious.
#orangutan @saveGPorangutans @NatGeoMuseum, #NatGeoDC #Indonesia #Borneo #kalimantan


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