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Check natgeo's Instagram Images by @joelsartore | A juvenile and mother white bellied tree pangolin at the Pangolin Conservation in St. Augustine, FL (swipe to see more images). This juvenile is only 70 days old and is the first of her species to be bred in captivity. Frustratingly, certain cultures, including that of traditional Chinese medicine, falsely believe the pangolin’s unique protective keratin scales (made of the same material as your fingernails) have curative properties. Because of this, it’s estimated that over one million pangolins have been hunted and killed in the last decade, meaning they are likely the most illegally-trafficked animal in the world. Now that the four species of Asian pangolins are becoming endangered, smugglers are turning their attention to the four found in Africa, including this species.
Thankfully, in September CITIES (Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species) unanimously voted for a complete trade ban of all eight pangolin species, giving this animal the highest level of protection possible from this organization. 
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Images by @joelsartore | A juvenile and mother white bellied tree pangolin at the Pangolin Conservation in St. Augustine, FL (swipe to see more images). This juvenile is only 70 days old and is the first of her species to be bred in captivity. Frustratingly, certain cultures, including that of traditional Chinese medicine, falsely believe the pangolin’s unique protective keratin scales (made of the same material as your fingernails) have curative properties. Because of this, it’s estimated that over one million pangolins have been hunted and killed in the last decade, meaning they are likely the most illegally-trafficked animal in the world. Now that the four species of Asian pangolins are becoming endangered, smugglers are turning their attention to the four found in Africa, including this species. Thankfully, in September CITIES (Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species) unanimously voted for a complete trade ban of all eight pangolin species, giving this animal the highest level of protection possible from this organization. For a closer look at this baby pangolin, check out @joelsartore! . . #pangolins #endangeredspecies #savethepangolins #wildlifeconservation #photoark #natgeo #babyanimals

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photograph by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto @nature_org - Natpauk elephant reserve in Katha offers a refuge for elephants once used in the timber industry to haul logs out of hard wood jungles above the Irrawaddy River. Shrinking forests and a law banning the export of hard woods enacted 4 years ago have put thousands out of work. Young mahouts go into the forests early in the morning to round up the elephants who spend the night there and bring them here for a bath and food. These unemployed elephants have now become a serious problem for Myanmar. What to do with the over 5000 elephants in captivity, the worlds largest population of domesticated elephants? An adult male eats 400 pounds of food per day. #Irrawaddy #irrawaddyriver #myanmar #elephant #forest #nature_org @nature_org @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @thephotosociety 1460912269164360205_787132

Photograph by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto @nature_org - Natpauk elephant reserve in Katha offers a refuge for elephants once used in the timber industry to haul logs out of hard wood jungles above the Irrawaddy River. Shrinking forests and a law banning the export of hard woods enacted 4 years ago have put thousands out of work. Young mahouts go into the forests early in the morning to round up the elephants who spend the night there and bring them here for a bath and food. These unemployed elephants have now become a serious problem for Myanmar. What to do with the over 5000 elephants in captivity, the worlds largest population of domesticated elephants? An adult male eats 400 pounds of food per day. #irrawaddy #irrawaddyriver #myanmar #elephant #forest #nature_org@nature_org @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @thephotosociety

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio
‘Sunshine Delivery House’ the maternity and peri-natal part of ’Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.’ Baby giant panda in an incubator. 
Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, or simply Chengdu Panda Base, is a non-profit research and breeding facility for giant pandas and other rare animals. It is located in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. Thirty years ago this month the Base was founded. It started with 6 giant pandas that were rescued from the wild and has since overseen hundreds of panda births.
Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material.
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Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio ‘Sunshine Delivery House’ the maternity and peri-natal part of ’Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.’ Baby giant panda in an incubator. Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, or simply Chengdu Panda Base, is a non-profit research and breeding facility for giant pandas and other rare animals. It is located in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. Thirty years ago this month the Base was founded. It started with 6 giant pandas that were rescued from the wild and has since overseen hundreds of panda births. Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. @simonnorfolkstudio @instituteartist @michaelhoppengallery @benrubi_gallery @galleryluisotti @natgeo @thephotosociety #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolk #igtravel #onassignment@world_wildlife #bear #panda #pandas #pandabear #chengdu #china #wildlife #babypanda #pandacub #cute #photooftheday #icu #giantpanda #wwf #conservation #sichuan #worldwildlifefund

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @johnstanmeyer

Bread of life, chockablock in a Soviet era Zaporozhets at the street bazaar in Andijan, Uzbekistan.
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To see the making of this overland car journey through Uzbekistan, part VI of the @outofedenwalk follow @yulia_grigoryants here on Instagram and my account @johnstanmeyer . Also follow #PaulSalopek on his epic 10 year walk in the footsteps of our ancestors at @outofedenwalk •
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Photo by @johnstanmeyer Bread of life, chockablock in a Soviet era Zaporozhets at the street bazaar in Andijan, Uzbekistan. • To see the making of this overland car journey through Uzbekistan, part VI of the @outofedenwalk follow @yulia_grigoryants here on Instagram and my account @johnstanmeyer . Also follow #paulsalopekon his epic 10 year walk in the footsteps of our ancestors at @outofedenwalk • #onassignment@natgeo @natgeocreative @outofedenwalk @thephotosociety #uzbekistan #andijan #non #bread #lepyoshka #zaporozhets #car #sovietcar #reflections #people #duppi #duppihat #hat #ngsilkroad

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Check natgeo's Instagram The faded colors of Havana emerge after a Caribbean downpour. To see more of this complex island, follow @pedromcbride #cuba #photography #workshop #color  #petemcbride 1460468946540716852_787132

The faded colors of Havana emerge after a Caribbean downpour. To see more of this complex island, follow @pedromcbride #cuba #photography #workshop #color #petemcbride

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @dguttenfelder | Viking and Slav reenactors prepare to face off in a mock battle during a festival in Wolin, Poland. In the March issue of @natgeo, we explore what it was truly like to #LiveLikeAViking. Yes, these warriors were brutal—but that's not the whole story. Join our quest on @Instagram to learn about these fierce raiders @natgeovikings. 1460360532464755120_787132

Photo by @dguttenfelder | Viking and Slav reenactors prepare to face off in a mock battle during a festival in Wolin, Poland. In the March issue of @natgeo, we explore what it was truly like to #LiveLikeAViking. Yes, these warriors were brutal—but that's not the whole story. Join our quest on @Instagram to learn about these fierce raiders @natgeovikings.

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Check natgeo's Instagram by @drewtrush // As temperatures drop, fog descends on the geyser basins in Yellowstone National Park coating bison with a thick layer of frost. 
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by @drewtrush // As temperatures drop, fog descends on the geyser basins in Yellowstone National Park coating bison with a thick layer of frost. ________________________________________________ #bison@yellowstonenps @thephotosociety @natgeocreative

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photograph by Stefano Unterthiner @stefanounterthiner.

A large male brown bear in the Finnish taiga. The population of Finland’s national animal, rose by 15 per cent in the last year. About 1700-1800 brown bears living in Finland and the ’bear-watching’ is becoming a popular tourist activity in several regions in East Finland. 
Follow me @stefanounterthiner to see more images from my personal projects and my work with @natgeo. Thank you! 
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Photograph by Stefano Unterthiner @stefanounterthiner. A large male brown bear in the Finnish taiga. The population of Finland’s national animal, rose by 15 per cent in the last year. About 1700-1800 brown bears living in Finland and the ’bear-watching’ is becoming a popular tourist activity in several regions in East Finland. Follow me @stefanounterthiner to see more images from my personal projects and my work with @natgeo. Thank you! #bear #ecotourism #finland #taiga #popular #tourist #bearwatching

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Aerial view of an active volcano in Kamchatka, Russia. #landbeforetime #kamchatka #onlocation 1460139444728143105_787132

Photo by @jimmy_chin Aerial view of an active volcano in Kamchatka, Russia. #landbeforetime #kamchatka #onlocation

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @renan_ozturk // The 'Yellow Brick Road' of conflict gold in the Congo led us to the rebel group called MAC (Movement for Action and Change) deep in the jungle of North Kivu.  My preconceived stereotypes of the warlord and rebels was of hostile militants but the MAC seemed like quite the opposite.  We saw a resilient community practicing self protection after hundreds of years of conflict.  They had schools, agriculture and mineral mining for all in place. And AK 47s just in case. ~

For more on this adventure shoot for @natgeochannel follow the team @j.j.kelley @elaishastokes @taylorfreesolo @camp4collective @taniarashid @aldo_astoria @renanozturk #congo #conflictminerals 1460031308306451584_787132

Photo by @renan_ozturk // The 'Yellow Brick Road' of conflict gold in the Congo led us to the rebel group called MAC (Movement for Action and Change) deep in the jungle of North Kivu. My preconceived stereotypes of the warlord and rebels was of hostile militants but the MAC seemed like quite the opposite. We saw a resilient community practicing self protection after hundreds of years of conflict. They had schools, agriculture and mineral mining for all in place. And AK 47s just in case. ~ For more on this adventure shoot for @natgeochannel follow the team @j.j.kelley @elaishastokes @taylorfreesolo @camp4collective @taniarashid @aldo_astoria @renanozturk #congo #conflictminerals

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @FransLanting This close-up portrait of a leopard made recently in Botswana’s Okavango Delta would have been very difficult to do 30 years ago when I first started looking for leopards in Africa. Back then, they were elusive and nearly invisible. When I did my coverage for @natgeo in Botswana in the late 80s, I rarely saw any leopards at all. They were ghost cats. Today sightings of leopards are common. The difference is better protection and especially, lack of hunting pressure. Botswana banned trophy hunting in 2014 and leopards like this one are beneficiaries, and so are all of us if we are lucky enough to come eye to eye with one of these magnificent cats. Follow me @FransLanting for more tales of leopards and other big cats.

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Photo by @FransLanting This close-up portrait of a leopard made recently in Botswana’s Okavango Delta would have been very difficult to do 30 years ago when I first started looking for leopards in Africa. Back then, they were elusive and nearly invisible. When I did my coverage for @natgeo in Botswana in the late 80s, I rarely saw any leopards at all. They were ghost cats. Today sightings of leopards are common. The difference is better protection and especially, lack of hunting pressure. Botswana banned trophy hunting in 2014 and leopards like this one are beneficiaries, and so are all of us if we are lucky enough to come eye to eye with one of these magnificent cats. Follow me @FransLanting for more tales of leopards and other big cats. @natgeotravel @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #leopard #botswana #bigcats

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto in Myanmar #onassignment #burma #photojournalism #documentary #dailylife #asia #thephotosociety 1459823882374293653_787132

Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto in Myanmar #onassignment #burma #photojournalism #documentary #dailylife #asia #thephotosociety

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Check natgeo's Instagram Taking a stroll with the kittys, Malibu California. Photo by @shaulschwarz 1459775004145037685_787132

Taking a stroll with the kittys, Malibu California. Photo by @shaulschwarz

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Check natgeo's Instagram Video by @gabrielegalimbertiphoto -  A couple of days ago I had the great luck to swim with a Dugong in the Red Sea, Egypt. The dugong is a medium-sized marine mammal. It is one of four living species of the order Sirenia, which also includes three species of manatees. The dugong is the only strictly marine herbivorous mammal. The dugong is easily distinguished from the manatees by its fluked, dolphin-like tail, but also possesses a unique skull and teeth. Its snout is sharply downturned, an adaptation for feeding in benthic seagrass communities. The molar teeth are simple and peg-like unlike the more elaborate molar dentition of manatees.
Dugongs are found in warm coastal waters from the western Pacific Ocean to the eastern coast of Africa, they are generally found in warm waters around the coast with large numbers concentrated in wide and shallow protected bays.
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Video by @gabrielegalimbertiphoto - A couple of days ago I had the great luck to swim with a Dugong in the Red Sea, Egypt. The dugong is a medium-sized marine mammal. It is one of four living species of the order Sirenia, which also includes three species of manatees. The dugong is the only strictly marine herbivorous mammal. The dugong is easily distinguished from the manatees by its fluked, dolphin-like tail, but also possesses a unique skull and teeth. Its snout is sharply downturned, an adaptation for feeding in benthic seagrass communities. The molar teeth are simple and peg-like unlike the more elaborate molar dentition of manatees. Dugongs are found in warm coastal waters from the western Pacific Ocean to the eastern coast of Africa, they are generally found in warm waters around the coast with large numbers concentrated in wide and shallow protected bays. #dugong #mammal #sirenia #manatee #redsea #egypt #swimming #marsamubarak

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @BrianSkerry. 
A Leatherback Turtle feasts on pyrosome – a free-floating colonial tunicate – in the pelagic waters of the Azores. Leatherbacks are known to feed almost exclusively on jellyfish, but I found this turtle ‘trying something new’ during a chance encounter while on assignment searching for tuna. 
These ancient mariners have a lineage that dates back more than 100 million years yet, despite having dwelled for so long, today these creatures face substantial threats from anthropogenic stresses. Fishing accidents and climate change continue to harm the global population of these turtles, given that the temperature of eggs  determines the sex of hatchlings, and conservation efforts are necessary to protect these animals in the future. 
Once the baby turtles reach the ocean after hatching, the leatherback is in perpetual motion and continues to swim for its entire life.

To see more underwater photography, be sure to follow me, @BrianSkerry, on Instagram!

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Photo by @BrianSkerry. A Leatherback Turtle feasts on pyrosome – a free-floating colonial tunicate – in the pelagic waters of the Azores. Leatherbacks are known to feed almost exclusively on jellyfish, but I found this turtle ‘trying something new’ during a chance encounter while on assignment searching for tuna. These ancient mariners have a lineage that dates back more than 100 million years yet, despite having dwelled for so long, today these creatures face substantial threats from anthropogenic stresses. Fishing accidents and climate change continue to harm the global population of these turtles, given that the temperature of eggs determines the sex of hatchlings, and conservation efforts are necessary to protect these animals in the future. Once the baby turtles reach the ocean after hatching, the leatherback is in perpetual motion and continues to swim for its entire life. To see more underwater photography, be sure to follow me, @BrianSkerry, on Instagram! @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #leatherback #turtle #sea #azores #atlantic #nature #photography #national #geographic #natgeo #nationalgeographic #underwater #photography #turtles #cute #animals #nature #photooftheday #conservation #preservation

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @johnstanmeyer
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Life is a thread. Intertwined as the loom that weaves in this gentle room of intricacy at a home of a silk weaver in Margilan, Uzbekistan. Warmed by a stove, weaving a design that is already determined, accepting the beauty woven that is felt, through our heart.
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To see the making of this overland car journey through Uzbekistan, part VI of the @outofedenwalk follow @yulia_grigoryants here on Instagram and my account @johnstanmeyer . Also follow #PaulSalopek on his epic 10 year walk in the footsteps of our ancestors at @outofedenwalk 
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Photo by @johnstanmeyer • Life is a thread. Intertwined as the loom that weaves in this gentle room of intricacy at a home of a silk weaver in Margilan, Uzbekistan. Warmed by a stove, weaving a design that is already determined, accepting the beauty woven that is felt, through our heart. • To see the making of this overland car journey through Uzbekistan, part VI of the @outofedenwalk follow @yulia_grigoryants here on Instagram and my account @johnstanmeyer . Also follow #paulsalopekon his epic 10 year walk in the footsteps of our ancestors at @outofedenwalk #onassignment@natgeo @natgeocreative @outofedenwalk @thephotosociety #uzbekistan #margilan #loom #teapot #stove #curtain #beauty #ngsilkroad

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Check natgeo's Instagram The purr of the king cheetah. Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid for @natgeo @hesc_endangeredspeciescentre 
A variety of cheetah with a rare mutation for cream-coloured fur marked with large, blotchy spots and three dark, wide stripes extending from their neck to the tail. 
In 1926 Major A. Cooper wrote about an animal he had shot near modern-day Harare. Describing the animal, he noted its remarkable similarity to the cheetah, but the body of this individual was covered with fur as thick as that of a snow leopard and the spots merged to form stripes. He suggested that it could be a cross between a leopard and a cheetah. After further similar animals were discovered, it was established they were similar to the cheetah in having non-retractable claws – a characteristic feature of the cheetah. Since 1927 the king cheetah has been reported five more times in the wild; an individual was photographed in 1975 in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. They are incredibly rare, even in captivity, as the distinctive fur pattern is caused by a rare mutation of a recessive gene; both parents must carry the ‘King gene’ in order for the offspring to show off the spectacular markings of a King cheetah, possibly the most beautiful of Africa’s wild cats. Working @hesc_endangeredspeciescentre a while ago on a very wonderful book, more on this shortly..with thanks to the amazing folks there for the incredible work they do. #cheetah #kingcheetah #southafrica @natgeo #bigcats #bigcatsweek #conserving #protecting #nopoaching
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The purr of the king cheetah. Photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid for @natgeo @hesc_endangeredspeciescentre A variety of cheetah with a rare mutation for cream-coloured fur marked with large, blotchy spots and three dark, wide stripes extending from their neck to the tail. In 1926 Major A. Cooper wrote about an animal he had shot near modern-day Harare. Describing the animal, he noted its remarkable similarity to the cheetah, but the body of this individual was covered with fur as thick as that of a snow leopard and the spots merged to form stripes. He suggested that it could be a cross between a leopard and a cheetah. After further similar animals were discovered, it was established they were similar to the cheetah in having non-retractable claws – a characteristic feature of the cheetah. Since 1927 the king cheetah has been reported five more times in the wild; an individual was photographed in 1975 in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. They are incredibly rare, even in captivity, as the distinctive fur pattern is caused by a rare mutation of a recessive gene; both parents must carry the ‘King gene’ in order for the offspring to show off the spectacular markings of a King cheetah, possibly the most beautiful of Africa’s wild cats. Working @hesc_endangeredspeciescentre a while ago on a very wonderful book, more on this shortly..with thanks to the amazing folks there for the incredible work they do. #cheetah #kingcheetah #southafrica@natgeo #bigcats #bigcatsweek #conserving #protecting #nopoaching To see more of my work and projects, follow me at @chancellordavid and @natgeo @francescamaffeogallery

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Check natgeo's Instagram A 10-month-old female crested mona monkey named Amber at Parc Assango, a wildlife refuge run by ONG Animal's World, where staff work to rehabilitate and release orphaned and injured animals back into the wild in Libreville, Gabon. Amber's mother was killed by hunters. As a baby, she was offered as a gift to people who didn't know how to properly care for her. When her owners realized how unsuitable a monkey was as a pet, she was brought to the center and has been socialized with red-capped mangabeys, as she's the only one of her kind kept at the refuge. 
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A 10-month-old female crested mona monkey named Amber at Parc Assango, a wildlife refuge run by ONG Animal's World, where staff work to rehabilitate and release orphaned and injured animals back into the wild in Libreville, Gabon. Amber's mother was killed by hunters. As a baby, she was offered as a gift to people who didn't know how to properly care for her. When her owners realized how unsuitable a monkey was as a pet, she was brought to the center and has been socialized with red-capped mangabeys, as she's the only one of her kind kept at the refuge. To see a portrait of Amber check out @joelsartore! . . #monamonkey #primate #wildliferehab #wildlifeconservation #photoark #natgeo

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @ciriljazbec / “Hurry up, I’m late.” A girl sits on a boda boda that’s negotiating the rush hour in Kampala, Uganda, where I’ve started work on a story about rising Africa. I’m currently on my way to Rwanda on an assignment for @natgeo. Follow more in next days and weeks @ciriljazbec. #Rising #Africa #bodaboda #Uganda #Kampala #onassignment 1459464073326156575_787132

Photo by @ciriljazbec / “Hurry up, I’m late.” A girl sits on a boda boda that’s negotiating the rush hour in Kampala, Uganda, where I’ve started work on a story about rising Africa. I’m currently on my way to Rwanda on an assignment for @natgeo. Follow more in next days and weeks @ciriljazbec. #rising #africa #bodaboda #uganda #kampala #onassignment

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Check natgeo's Instagram Video by @bertiegregory. Hyacinth macaws are the world's longest parrot (about 1m) and the heaviest flying parrot. New Zealand's Kakapo is heavier but can't get off the ground! I filmed this beautiful individual feeding on palm nuts in the northern Pantanal, Brazil. Shot for @stevewinterphoto, @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow @bertiegregory for more videos from our jaguar project! 1459453945785018870_787132

Video by @bertiegregory. Hyacinth macaws are the world's longest parrot (about 1m) and the heaviest flying parrot. New Zealand's Kakapo is heavier but can't get off the ground! I filmed this beautiful individual feeding on palm nuts in the northern Pantanal, Brazil. Shot for @stevewinterphoto, @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow @bertiegregory for more videos from our jaguar project!

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