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Santa Cruz sunsets πŸŒ… California. Photo by @sammy_garcia #nature


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How many ladybugs do you count? 🐞🌸 Photo by @neo.belaya #nature


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Crystal water of Lake McDonald 😍 Glacier National Park, Montana. Photo by @traunfoto #nature


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Meet WOLVERINE! 🐨 Wolverine is a Koala at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia. Although many mistakenly call them β€˜koala bears’, koalas are actually marsupials – meaning they carry their young in their pouch. These arboreal creatures eat about 500g-1kg of Eucalyptus leaves per day. Australia has nearly 900 native Eucalyptus species; however, the koala uses its sensitive nose to detect the 30-40 species they enjoy. Their low energy diet of eucalyptus leaves means they have very little energy, so they will often spend up to 20 hours a day sleeping. Caption via CurrumbinSanctuary.com.au Video by @koalakrusader #nature


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Jungle paradise 🏝 Tag someone you would go here with πŸ’¦ Siargao Island, Philippines. Photo by @saltinourhair #nature


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Hikers and bird-watchers are drawn to the islands’ mountains, valleys and grassy heathland, and steep coastal cliffs that harbor thousands of seabirds. Tell us in the comments if you have been to this @nature scenery! πŸŒ±πŸƒ Faroe islands. Photos by @merveceranphoto #nature


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Beautiful wildlife 😍 Which @nature scene is your favourite? Photos by @burakdogansoysal #nature


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Listening the sound of @nature πŸ’¦πŸ” Oberland, Switzerland. Video by @sennarelax #nature Tag someone you would like to stay in this place with πŸƒ


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Meet Yana the Two-Faced Cat 😍
Tag someone that should see this! Photo by @yanatwofacecat #nature


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Breathtaking architecture in Singapore 😍 In touch with @nature πŸƒπŸŒ΄ Photos by @kevouthere #nature


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Sunflowers' season beauty 🌻 Ukraine. Photo by @marinatrygub #nature


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Say Hello to the Quokka! πŸ™‚ Native to areas of Australia, are relatively small, weighing approximately 2 to 5 kilograms, and being between 30 to 60 centimetres long. These animals are most commonly known to live for a period of about a decade. Tag someone that should see this! πŸ™ˆ Rottnest Island, Western Australia. Video by @cruzysuzy #nature


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