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image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) Enas Jalal, a 3-year-old Syrian refugee girl rests in a crate hanging from a tre" - 1827911134754315318
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Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) Enas Jalal, a 3-year-old Syrian refugee girl rests in a crate hanging from a tree next to her family in a camp north of Athens in Greece on the 11th of July 2018. For more photos and videos of the refugee crisis follow me @mmuheisen and @everydayrefugees

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image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photograph by @PaulNicklen // The icy, mountainous landscape of Antarctica is a sight to behold. Intense in its beauty, " - 1827820597515483605
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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. 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.

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image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photo by @paolowoods From my project RadioHaiti on the importance of small local radios in the Caribbean island. Radio M" - 1827730067439995027
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Photo by @paolowoods From my project RadioHaiti on the importance of small local radios in the Caribbean island. Radio Men Kontre 95,5 FM. Men Kontre (“united hands” in Creole) is the radio of the Catholic diocese of Les Cayes. Sister Melianise Gabreus is one of the stars of the radio. Even if there are no official figures, father Elysee, which runs the radio, says that lots of people tune in for Sister’s Melianise’s program on daily life advice. Les Cayes, Haiti.

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Photo @tbfrost | Words @paulrosolie The anaconda was stretched out in a shallow stream , the red soil of the stream bottom a striking contrast to the snakes skin. Trevor (@tbfrost) was about six feet away when he took the first few pictures. He checked the screen and I knew from his expression that it wasn’t the shot. It was clear he would need to get closer and we agreed he could do so without danger. Seconds later Trevor was lying in the stream , elbows in the mud, his camera and head only inches from the anacondas head, its black tongue flicking below the waters surface. Mosquitoes gathered around his hands and face, but he couldn’t move without making ripples that might disturb the snake. This was the first anaconda we found in 40 days of searching through swamps and lakes and vegetation so dense it defies description - and we couldn’t screw up this opportunity. In the end, the snake laid still for close to 5 minutes for the photo shoot before calmly sliding past Trevor’s shoulder. To see a photo and a little video of me just inches from this anaconda, I’m @tbfrost

image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photo by @kchete77 (Karla Gachet) | Drag queen Valentina (left), aka Los Angeles performer James Andrew Leyva, records a" - 1827548747233339424
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Photo by @kchete77 (Karla Gachet) | Drag queen Valentina (left), aka Los Angeles performer James Andrew Leyva, records a music video in a Boyle Heights studio in May of 2017. She was a contestant in RuPaul’s Drag Race before being eliminated in the television show’s ninth season. Her performances are a tribute to classic Latina beauty. She has payed homage to María Félix, a Mexican film actress who was a central figure in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. Most of his crew is Latino. This photo was shot for @natgeo with @ivankphoto. It was published in the July 2018 issue in the feature: “How Latinos Are Shaping America’s Future.”

image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photograph by @PaulNicklen // Spending time in the company of bears is one of the greatest gifts of all. When I am photo" - 1827458126695041489
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Photograph by @PaulNicklen // Spending time in the company of bears is one of the greatest gifts of all. When I am photographing bears I always watch their body language. I want bears to be relaxed in my presence and to behave as though I am not there. This bear did just that and surprised me by carefully and methodically balancing a snowball on top of its head. on @PaulNicklen to see this same bear curl up and fall asleep with this block of ice, holding it like a teddy bear.

image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photo by @hammond_robin for @onedayinmyworld
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Photo by @hammond_robin for @onedayinmyworld - "The Syrian people have seen everything, they killed their brother, their mother, their father - and so, now mental health problems have become normal," says Ali Mohammed Hassan, 25. "I might be safe, but I’m always thinking about my brother who I left in Syria. I’m worried about them." Ali and other young men from Deir Ez-Zor Syria hide from the afternoon sun in the informal extension of Moria camp known as Olive Grove. They have been at the camp between two and six months. They all left Syria they say because to stay would mean to be forced to fight either for the government or ISIS. - On the Island of Lesbos in Greece, Moria camp overflows with refugees and their desperation. Inhuman living conditions and a snail-paced relocation process can drive the already traumatized towards depression and suicide - mental health issues that haunt a people with no home. They risked their lives to get to Europe. They thought they had escaped the trauma & would find peace, a future. They were wrong. - is designed to expose the challenges faced by people living with issues and give them the chance to be seen, heard and valued. @witness_change is a nonprofit that aims to improve life for excluded groups by amplifying their stories. This work was made in collaboration with Médecins Sans Frontières @doctorswithoutborders who are providing mental health support to the island’s refugees. To see more or to share your own mental health story please follow @onedayinmyworld

image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // What can we learn from stalagmites? North Africa is sensitive to changes in clima" - 1827211980063902429
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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // What can we learn from stalagmites? North Africa is sensitive to changes in climate, particularly in terms of rainfall patterns. We can tell from the shape of the stalagmite pictured here that rainfall has changed in this part of Tunisia in the past, causing the stalagmite to alter its character and show signs of regrowth. We're following the work of a group of scientists from the Tunisian Geological Survey and European Research Institutions (UK, Germany, Austria and SISKA in Switzerland) who are looking at changes in rainfall patterns through time. Several of their field sites lie inside Djebel Serdj, which hosts some of the largest caves in Tunisia.

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Video by @PaulNicklen // In Katmai National Park and Preserve last month, our @Sea_Legacy team entered grizzly territory with humility and respect - and were rewarded with the opportunity to witness the intimate and remarkable behaviour of a mother and her young cub. We watched in silent amazement as this little family's day to day life unfolded, safe from the dangers of human intervention in the precious, protected area. at @PaulNicklen for more amazing encounters with wildlife from around the world.

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Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid - Working with the ecologists, catching all manner of flying machines here in the Cairngorm National Park, Scotland - this beauty is a Golden Ringed Dragonfly that we encountered when out and about on the hills here. It is unmistakable due to its black and yellow colouring and its slightly down-curved abdomen. Though its seems much bigger in flight the insect is only 8cm long and has a wingspan of around 10cm. Unlike other dragonflies it is often seen far away from standing water. It travels long distances to forage and can even be seen at the tops of Munros; for example Mount Keen (939m) here in the Cairngorms, on warm days. It breeds in shallow peat runnels or seepages as well as lochs with exposed peaty muddy edges or even slow flowing burns and rivers. The female has a unique egg laying style. Most dragonflies either lay their eggs on floating vegetation or flick their eggs on top of the surface of the water, but the female of this beauty hovers vertically and uses the pointed end of her abdomen to stab down into the soft peat, or mud, and releases an egg each time, looking rather like the needle on a sewing machine going up and down. Usually the dry rustle of her wings against the vegetation is a clue to this behaviour happening - to see more, follow me here @natgeo @chancellordavid @thephotosociety @everydayextinction

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photo by: @renaeffendiphoto // Captured S9+ produced with @samsungmobileusa using Pro Mode f 1.5 (full view) ISO 400 // Swipe - Every morning at sunrise and if the weather permits, groups of tourists fly over Goreme town of Cappadocia in Turkey. Hundreds of hot air balloons sprinkle the sky gliding over the town's 'fairy chimney' rock formations, churches and historic cave dwellings. In its early history, Cappadocia has been continuously caught in the middle of the rivaling Greek and Persian empires. As many conflicts erupted in the region, the locals retreated into the tunnels that they had carved out of rocks to escape the wars. The hot air balloon journey in the sky takes about an hour flying over an incredible natural landscape of the Goreme National Park, which is a UNESCO World heritage site.

image by National Geographic (@natgeo) with caption : "Photo by @pedromcbride // A hungry lioness plunges across a river in a desperate attempt to steal a kill from a group of" - 1826914611039835531
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Photo by @pedromcbride // A hungry lioness plunges across a river in a desperate attempt to steal a kill from a group of wild dogs. The dogs fended her off but ultimately, her hunger and tenacity won her some food. To see more wild places follow @pedrombride.