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Ocean Feast | Photograph by Mathieu Simonet (@matsimomet)
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#YourShotPhotographer Mathieu Simonet made this image of gannets feeding on sardines in the Indian Ocean. “[This] moment, far from the South African cost, was very impressive.”

“Wow. This must have been an amazing scene to witness; I love how wide you shot this image, revealing the number of birds in the area feeding on sardines. I love how some birds are circling above, other are diving, and more are feeding. There is wonderful energy to this frame. I can feel it. Well done Mathieu.” — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee (@davidylee)
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This photo was selected for our “My Best Photos of 2017” story, curated by @natgeo photographer Matt Moyer (@mattmoyer) and David Y. Lee. To submit to our current assignments, “We are All Explorers” curated by @natgeo Explorer Becca Skinner (@beccaskinner) and “Resolution to Travel” curated by @natgeoexpeditions Digital Media Specialist Lindsay Kuczera (@linkuczera), go to the link in our profile.


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Photo by @mishkusk (Michaela Skovranova)

Coral reefs are one of the most diverse ecosystems on earth -  they provide critical habitat to a host of marine life, from fish to invertebrates.
The 2017 coral spawning event - a mass reproduction event where many colonies of coral simultaneously release egg and sperm bundles for fertilisation was a significant time of year for conservation scientists. A nature event that usually happens only once a year it is during this time coral eggs and sperm can be collected to be studied and artificially grown in labs.
Scientists from the Australian Institute of Marine Science plan to study the coral cells collected during the spawning event to see how or if corals are adapting to warmer waters. There is some early indication that some corals are more resilient to warming than previously thought, giving some hope to conservationists.

Full story is available online with words by Sarah Gibbens

#coralreef #greatbarrierreef #nature #underwater #ocean #climatechange #coralspawning #australia

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Hay palabras que simplemente no tienen traducción. Explora las diferencias que nos unen en #TheStoryOfUs. Estreno domingo 21, 8 PM PE / 9 PM MEX-COL / 10 PM CHI y lunes 22, 10 PM ARG.


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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // How do you like to travel? In the Amazon, where I photographed this sunset along the shores of the mighty Xingú River, people carve canoes with fire and ax from the trunks of massive trees. In the absence of roads, most travel is done on the river. When the canoes are not being used, they half-sink them to prevent air from rotting the wood. For more images of beautiful Amazonia, #follow @CristinaMittermeier #reflections #river #brasil

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Photo by @chamiltonjames: A pair of elk battle in the 24,700-acre National Elk Refuge near Jackson, Wyoming. #wildlife #wyoming #elk


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「そうだ京都、行こう」の広告撮影しました!もう見かけた方もいるかもしれませんが、渋谷、新宿、東京、表参道、恵比寿、明治神宮前駅などに掲載されています!ストーリーで送ってくれた方もありがとうございます!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @soudakyoto_officialでもこのキャンペーンで撮った写真が見れるので、良かったら見てください!#そうだ京都行こう
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Excited to be part of a classic campaign for JR “Kyoto, let’s go” #そうだ京都行こう that’s being displayed stations all around Tokyo! Thnx to all of you who have sent me snippets of it! Check my stories for more :)

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