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Safe | Photograph by Jeff Nelson
“[A] mom must keep constant watch to protect this little baby gorilla at the zoo. There are two young gorillas that would love to use it as a toy,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Jeff Nelson. “The mom spent the entire morning moving from them. Here she catches a brief rest; the baby seems secure in her arms.”

“A portrait of possibility that also raises a questions and important issues. I think anytime we can make a portrait of an animal that moves us and reminds us they are living creatures who feel emotions, have dreams and desires, are very much like us in many ways… this is successful. This one moves me deeply and I hope for the best future for this small creature.” — @natgeo photographer Maggie Steber (@maggiesteber)
This photo was submitted to our “Not Just a Face” assignment, curated by Maggie Steber. To participate, go to the link in our profile.


Photograph by @PaulNicklen // The icy, mountainous landscape of Antarctica is a sight to behold; Intense in its beauty, it demands reverence. For me, this image captures its essence: rugged, isolated, painted with the beauty and grace of perfect morning light. I have spent so much of my life exploring the magic and mystery of this place that it is part of me; I am forever bound to protect it.
I stood in reverie as this spellbinding place invaded my veins, forever tying me to this vulnerable land. #FollowMe at @PaulNicklen to stay up to date with @Sea_Legacy's ongoing and collaborative efforts to create a network of marine protected areas in Antarctica.


Photo by @freyaeverafter_
Hello, world! Meet four love-struck Pacific parrotlets named Winter, Sprig, River and Willow (@freyaeverafter_). “They are tiny parrots with huge personalities,” says Rupa Sutton, their human. “They can be very sweet, but feisty.” For example: “Last month, we decided to welcome Willow into the crew in hopes of her and River making a love connection. Instead, there’s been lots of drama — Sprig fell in love with Willow and left Winter, Winter was seen flirting with River, and River, who initially gave Willow the cold shoulder, decided he wanted her after all. Thankfully the birds have paired up and are once again a happy flock.”
Watch the avian love stories unfold today on our story and on our IGTV channel. To watch IGTV, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.


Bali - Indonesia 😍😍😍 Video by ✨✨@timothysykes✨✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!


Thinking about the MINI LIVING Urban Cabin that was presented in Los Angeles, centered around the theme of growth and complete with a view & rooftop garden intertwined w/ the cabin 🌿The next two will be in Beijing & Tokyo & personally I’m looking forward to seeing how @mini.living responds to my city ⛩️ #MINILiving #BigLifeSmallFootprint #UrbanCabinTour #GlobalVillage #Advertisement


Am a big fan of the color of everyday life. After visits to nearby VOIMMA Community Park and Andasibe-Mantadia National Park to check out the lemurs and other wildlife, we took a walk through the nearby village of Andasibe. Pick-up football, local markets, and makeshift foosball tables featured prominently. Draws from the local well, too. This is Madagascar.


Photo by @FransLanting At this time of year wildebeest are pouring into Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve as part of their annual migration around the larger Serengeti grasslands that stretch across northern Tanzania and southern Kenya. It’s an awesome sight to behold and it confirms the vital need to protect Serengeti/Maasai Mara as an integrated ecosystem, but there are many conflicting interests on the horizon that jeopardize the future of this epic phenomenon. Follow me @FransLanting and @ChristineEckstrom to learn more about the plight of Africa’s wildlife. @NatGeo @ThePhotoSociety @NatGeoCreative #Serengeti #Migration #Conservation #Wildebeest


“They are white dogs, I promise.. 😬” writes @bergerblancbeauty


#FotoDelDía | Un guacamayo azul y dorado limpia sus plumas en el Wildlife Learning Centre en Sylmar, California. Las aves, cuando son cuidadas adecuadamente, pueden vivir más de sesenta años.
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