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There’s one woman behind Fuzzy Fawn Wildlife (@fuzzyfawn). “My dad nicknamed me Fuzzy the day I was born because of my white hair that stood up in every direction. I’ve been Fuzzy to everyone I know since,” says the volunteer who is licensed by New York State to rescue and rehabilitate wildlife. “A fawn that is sickly has a fuzzy coat, so after all of these years being called Fuzzy, my name finally fit!” Six years ago, a deer who had been struck by a car entered Fuzzy’s yard. “Long story short, it took me four hours to find help for this deer that was suffering. I wasn’t going to allow that to happen again.” The very next day, she set out on a path to help these animals in need. “Life at Fuzzy Fawn is hectic, sad, happy and fun,” says Fuzzy, who received nearly 400 calls from people seeking help this fawn season. “Instagram has been a tremendous help. I’ve been able to reach out to other rehabbers in different states, we bounce ideas back and forth about treatments for the wildlife in our care.” Watch our story to see more of what life is like for Fuzzy and her family of fawns.

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Video by @florianschulzvisuals | There is hardly a greater wildlife spectacle left in North American then the massive caribou migration of the Porcupine Caribou herd. Every year about 200 000 caribou migrate to the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to give birth to their young. Migrating close to 3000 miles it is the longest migration route of any land mammal. The reason: The caribou are dependent on the nutrient rich vegetation that the coastal plain provides. The current GOP tax bill would allow oil drilling in this pristine wilderness. Opening up the Refuge has often been attempted by drilling supporters but never received congressional approval. This time around the situation is different. As the measure is tied to the budget process the bill only needs 51 votes – not the usual 60. Drilling in the Arctic Refuge could become a reality, destroying one of the greatest wild places in the country that has often been called the Serengeti of the north. In my work, I specialize in the last wild place on the planet and those become increasing rare. I think it would be devastating to see one of the greatest wilderness gems be destroyed over a few months worth of the nation’s oil. #Followme @florianschulzvisuals to see more of the wild planet. #savethearctic #endangered #publiclands #alaska #wilderness


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Top Shot: Out Foxed | Photograph by Shan W. (@_kikiharry_)
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“A fox broke into this mother’s territory, she had seen him coming but didn’t pay any attention to him,’ writes #YourShotPhotographer Shan W. "He walked slowly toward her and hid behind a stone to wait for the perfect time to strike. Suddenly he jumped out to attack her, this mother fox was really surprised.” This image was selected for the December 14, 2017 Daily Dozen by Your Shot producer Matt Adams (@themattadams).

Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads. Our community votes for their favorite photo from the selection, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. Go the link in our profile to see more editor’s favorites.


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A day in paradise ✨@wmaldives✨ Tag your friends ✨💚💚💚✨ #wmaldives #wescapes #whotels #hitESC
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“The universal expression of enchantment when snow starts to fall” writes @ellie_in_cambridge
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Everyday life in Tokyo

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photo by @andrea_frazzetta // The Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo, Egypt. The Sphinx is a limestone statue of a mythical creature with the body of a lion and the head of a human. Facing directly from West to East, it stands on the Giza Plateau on the west bank of the Nile.
Who built the Great Sphinx of Giza? No one can say for sure (though several of the more crazy theories point fingers at space aliens). The huge statue, as tall as the White House in Washington, D.C., with paws bigger than city buses, was erected in the time of the Old Kingdom, probably during the reign of the Pharaoh Khafre, between the years 2558 and 2532 B.C.
Follow @andrea_frazzetta to know more about my next projects #Egypt #sphinx #natgeotravel #streetphotography

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¿Qué significa ser humano? #TheStoryOfUs con #MorganFreeman, en enero.


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Do you know what year this photo of puppies feeding at a dog food company's laboratory was published in National Geographic magazine? Photo by J. Baylor Roberts. Check back to see the answer posted in the caption. #tbt #throwbackthursday #puppies #dogfood #vintage #blackandwhite
Answer: 1942


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