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Check natgeo's Instagram @marcusbleasdale War is not always about death and destruction. In the middle of a conflict villagers return from their farms with food for their families. Despite the violence and constant oppression, they have time for fun with a photographer. Learn more about the conflict and the people of CAR in the new edition of the National Geographic Magazine which includes a reportage shot by me over four years in the Central African Republic. It represents the people of CAR and their struggle for survival during the #carcrisis. The iPad or iPhone edition will include additional photos. Incredible text by @petergwin. Thanks to all the staff at National Geographic Magazine and @humanrightswatch and all those in CAR who helped to make this piece a reality. Special thanks to @bouckap 1501349888087951038_787132

@marcusbleasdale War is not always about death and destruction. In the middle of a conflict villagers return from their farms with food for their families. Despite the violence and constant oppression, they have time for fun with a photographer. Learn more about the conflict and the people of CAR in the new edition of the National Geographic Magazine which includes a reportage shot by me over four years in the Central African Republic. It represents the people of CAR and their struggle for survival during the #carcrisis. The iPad or iPhone edition will include additional photos. Incredible text by @petergwin. Thanks to all the staff at National Geographic Magazine and @humanrightswatch and all those in CAR who helped to make this piece a reality. Special thanks to @bouckap

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo 
A Red Fox begs for food from passing vehicles after a brutal winter storm in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Lately, I've been making photos from the Aleutian Islands, documenting the collision of man, industry, and nature in this remote and rugged corner of the world. The exhibition "Aleutian Dreams" is now on display at @richardhellergallery in Los Angeles thru May 6 and @hartmanfineart in Portland, OR thru May 27. -------------------------------
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Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo A Red Fox begs for food from passing vehicles after a brutal winter storm in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Lately, I've been making photos from the Aleutian Islands, documenting the collision of man, industry, and nature in this remote and rugged corner of the world. The exhibition "Aleutian Dreams" is now on display at @richardhellergallery in Los Angeles thru May 6 and @hartmanfineart in Portland, OR thru May 27. ------------------------------- Click my profile link @arni_coraldo to see the rest of the series. #fox #night #redfox #alaska #unalaska #dutchharbor #humananimals #wildlife

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @GerdLudwig
31 years ago, on April 26, 1986 reactor #4 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant blew up. The radioactive fallout spread over thousands of square kilometers, driving more than a quarter of a million people permanently from their homes. It remains the worst nuclear accident to date.
In 2011, the Ukrainian government legalized trips to the Chernobyl exclusion zone allowing it to become a disaster-tourism destination. The most riveting attraction for visitors is the ghost town of Pripyat: dolls are scattered in abandoned kindergartens, floors are rotting, paint is peeling from the walls, and gas masks litter-evacuated schools.
Pripyat today bears less than honest witness to its abrupt abandonment as visitors have changed its landscape: first the scavengers, who stripped the rooms of valuables and now the tourists. With limited time in the zone, the visitors often alter the abandoned environment, making compositions to be photographed close-up by countless cameras and phones.
The ever-falling chips of chalk from the ceilings have blanketed some of these “still-lifes,” often creating the illusion for the next visitors that this is how the evacuees hastily abandoned the scene.
You can learn more about Chernobyl from my book and iPad app The Long Shadow of Chernobyl.
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Photo by @GerdLudwig 31 years ago, on April 26, 1986 reactor #4at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant blew up. The radioactive fallout spread over thousands of square kilometers, driving more than a quarter of a million people permanently from their homes. It remains the worst nuclear accident to date. In 2011, the Ukrainian government legalized trips to the Chernobyl exclusion zone allowing it to become a disaster-tourism destination. The most riveting attraction for visitors is the ghost town of Pripyat: dolls are scattered in abandoned kindergartens, floors are rotting, paint is peeling from the walls, and gas masks litter-evacuated schools. Pripyat today bears less than honest witness to its abrupt abandonment as visitors have changed its landscape: first the scavengers, who stripped the rooms of valuables and now the tourists. With limited time in the zone, the visitors often alter the abandoned environment, making compositions to be photographed close-up by countless cameras and phones. The ever-falling chips of chalk from the ceilings have blanketed some of these “still-lifes,” often creating the illusion for the next visitors that this is how the evacuees hastily abandoned the scene. You can learn more about Chernobyl from my book and iPad app The Long Shadow of Chernobyl. @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #thelongshadowofchernobyl #chernobyl #nuclear #environment #disaster #dolls #tourism

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Check natgeo's Instagram Video by Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti @woods_galimberti @gabrielegalimbertiphoto | More than 1.3 million people are estimated to visit the David in the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence, Italy. The David is a marble sculpture created between 1501 and 1504 by Michelangelo Buonarroti. It represents the Biblical hero David and is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture and has become one of the most recognizable icons of the history of art as well as the incarnation of Michelangelo’s #genius. Check out the latest issue of @natgeo to read more about what makes a genius.
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Video by Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti @woods_galimberti @gabrielegalimbertiphoto | More than 1.3 million people are estimated to visit the David in the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence, Italy. The David is a marble sculpture created between 1501 and 1504 by Michelangelo Buonarroti. It represents the Biblical hero David and is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture and has become one of the most recognizable icons of the history of art as well as the incarnation of Michelangelo’s #genius. Check out the latest issue of @natgeo to read more about what makes a genius. - Don’t miss the premiere of #geniusTONIGHT 9/8c on @natgeochannel, as we delve into the life of Albert Einstein - the man behind the mind.

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A baby chimpanzee observes visitors to the Kisangani Zoo. Despite being among the most minerally rich countries in the world, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has ranked among the poorest and most underdeveloped nations, largely due to corruption. The Kisangani Zoo receives just enough funding from visitors to stay open but not enough to maintain healthy conditions for the Chimps, Crocodiles, Snakes, Monkeys, Birds and other creatures that populate the grounds. Organization such as the @janegoodallinst are active in pursuing proper conditions for chimps in the region. For more from Congo follow me at @michaelchristopherbrown 1501021005849517441_787132

Photo by @michaelchristopherbrown. A baby chimpanzee observes visitors to the Kisangani Zoo. Despite being among the most minerally rich countries in the world, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has ranked among the poorest and most underdeveloped nations, largely due to corruption. The Kisangani Zoo receives just enough funding from visitors to stay open but not enough to maintain healthy conditions for the Chimps, Crocodiles, Snakes, Monkeys, Birds and other creatures that populate the grounds. Organization such as the @janegoodallinst are active in pursuing proper conditions for chimps in the region. For more from Congo follow me at @michaelchristopherbrown

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @FransLanting It’s World Penguin Day and we’re celebrating the true natives of Antarctica—emperor penguins, who never set foot ashore on anything but the frozen seas around Antarctica, where two parents can raise one chick under heroic conditions. It’s a race against time, because they have to fledge their young before the sea ice melts later in the summer. They can do that on their own, but they depend on us to keep the ice under their feet solid. Climate change is real and Antarctica’s ice is shrinking fast. Penguins are like canaries in a global coal mine when it comes to witnessing how our planet is changing. Follow me @FransLanting for more stories from the world of penguins.

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Photo by @FransLanting It’s World Penguin Day and we’re celebrating the true natives of Antarctica—emperor penguins, who never set foot ashore on anything but the frozen seas around Antarctica, where two parents can raise one chick under heroic conditions. It’s a race against time, because they have to fledge their young before the sea ice melts later in the summer. They can do that on their own, but they depend on us to keep the ice under their feet solid. Climate change is real and Antarctica’s ice is shrinking fast. Penguins are like canaries in a global coal mine when it comes to witnessing how our planet is changing. Follow me @FransLanting for more stories from the world of penguins. @thephotosociety @natgeotravel @leonardodicaprio #penguins #nature #explore #wildlifephotography #amazing #climatechange #antarctica #parents #family #life #joy

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Check natgeo's Instagram by @drewtrush // I had never been here before, and swung by the ranger station to orient myself and try and get some information. “That's the Temple of the Moon” the Ranger said as he pointed his hand over his shoulder at a picture hanging on the wall as I asked him about rock formations to place in front of the Milky Way. “But the moon doesn’t set until 4:03, so you won’t have any stars until then which may be a problem”. The road (not marked in the dark) took a little while and 3 passes to find before I finally made my way the twenty something miles down the dusty dirt road.  I finally arrived at 1:30 in the morning and grabbed some much needed sleep in the truck, parked at the base of this formation.  When I woke, the Milky Way had just come into view as the moon set behind the ridge and put on an amazing show until dawn.  As they say, "Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good." 1500899427648186505_787132

by @drewtrush // I had never been here before, and swung by the ranger station to orient myself and try and get some information. “That's the Temple of the Moon” the Ranger said as he pointed his hand over his shoulder at a picture hanging on the wall as I asked him about rock formations to place in front of the Milky Way. “But the moon doesn’t set until 4:03, so you won’t have any stars until then which may be a problem”. The road (not marked in the dark) took a little while and 3 passes to find before I finally made my way the twenty something miles down the dusty dirt road. I finally arrived at 1:30 in the morning and grabbed some much needed sleep in the truck, parked at the base of this formation. When I woke, the Milky Way had just come into view as the moon set behind the ridge and put on an amazing show until dawn. As they say, "Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good."

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - As the sun begins to set over Tavurvur volcano in Rabaul, it marks the beginning of a fishing trip for these two boys in their dugout canoe, just off the eastern coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. 1500820640155602619_787132

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - As the sun begins to set over Tavurvur volcano in Rabaul, it marks the beginning of a fishing trip for these two boys in their dugout canoe, just off the eastern coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Check natgeo's Instagram “For those of us who believe in physics, this separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, if a stubborn one.” – Albert Einstein. #Genius depicts the life of Albert Einstein – the man behind the mind. Tune in to the series premiere TONIGHT 9/8c on @NatGeoChannel. 1500744200970240553_787132

“For those of us who believe in physics, this separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, if a stubborn one.” – Albert Einstein. #geniusdepicts the life of Albert Einstein – the man behind the mind. Tune in to the series premiere TONIGHT 9/8c on @NatGeoChannel.

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz  When I get out of the big cities here I often feel like the first foreigner in China, as everyone wants to have their picture taken with the long nose.  This group of Mongolian singers were no different, and made me feel like Brad Pitt …for about 5 seconds.  #onassignment in the Kubuqi Desert of Inner Mongolia.  For a glimpse of their unique desert ecosystem go to @geosteinmetz 1500669577398278255_787132

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz When I get out of the big cities here I often feel like the first foreigner in China, as everyone wants to have their picture taken with the long nose. This group of Mongolian singers were no different, and made me feel like Brad Pitt …for about 5 seconds. #onassignmentin the Kubuqi Desert of Inner Mongolia. For a glimpse of their unique desert ecosystem go to @geosteinmetz

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photograph by @paulnicklen taken while on assignment for @natgeo // A fur seal stretches and rolls around at the base of blue whale vertebrae at an old whaling station on the Antarctic peninsula.  Between 1910 and 1930 in this small area alone, over 61,336 blue whales were killed.  If you add in Right, Fin, Sei, Humpback and Sperm whales, the catch added up to 118,159 in that period.  Seals were also wiped out.  Except for humpback and minke whales, the great whales in this area remain a tiny a fraction of what they once were.  Fur seals, however, have shown great signs of recovery.  #followme on @paulnicklen to see more from this changing land and seascape. #nature #whales #humanimpact #seal #ecosystemrecovery 1500645998396848684_787132

Photograph by @paulnicklen taken while on assignment for @natgeo // A fur seal stretches and rolls around at the base of blue whale vertebrae at an old whaling station on the Antarctic peninsula. Between 1910 and 1930 in this small area alone, over 61,336 blue whales were killed. If you add in Right, Fin, Sei, Humpback and Sperm whales, the catch added up to 118,159 in that period. Seals were also wiped out. Except for humpback and minke whales, the great whales in this area remain a tiny a fraction of what they once were. Fur seals, however, have shown great signs of recovery. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see more from this changing land and seascape. #nature #whales #humanimpact #seal #ecosystemrecovery

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Check natgeo's Instagram On assignment with @daviddoubilet // Photographing an American crocodile at night in the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen National Park,  Cuba. This crocodile rested  in the soft seagrass for  several minutes and then rose slowly to take a breath of air and return to the bottom to sleep again. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements increase circulation of water and nutrients through the dense root systems of the mangroves.  Gardens of the Queen Marine Preserve, located fifty miles south of Cuba,  is a time capsule in the Caribbean that looks much like it did when Columbus arrived and named it in honor of his Queen. From @natgeo story  Underwater  Jewels in the Path of Tourism with team @jenniferhayesig  and #LeandroBlanco #ocean #crocodile #mangroves #cuba #nationalpark #extreme #followme for #moreocean and  more images of crocodiles @daviddoubilet 1500590674981760559_787132

On assignment with @daviddoubilet // Photographing an American crocodile at night in the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. This crocodile rested in the soft seagrass for several minutes and then rose slowly to take a breath of air and return to the bottom to sleep again. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements increase circulation of water and nutrients through the dense root systems of the mangroves. Gardens of the Queen Marine Preserve, located fifty miles south of Cuba, is a time capsule in the Caribbean that looks much like it did when Columbus arrived and named it in honor of his Queen. From @natgeo story Underwater Jewels in the Path of Tourism with team @jenniferhayesig and #leandroblanco #ocean #crocodile #mangroves #cuba #nationalpark #extreme #followmefor #moreoceanand more images of crocodiles @daviddoubilet

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo be @Robertclarkphoto | The #NakedMolerat is an extraordinary mammal, they are coldblooded, No other known #mammal is. They live in an underground tunnel complexes in colonies of hundreds led by a queen, they live in hives, much like bees. For several years scientists thought they didn't get cancer.
And now it seems that they can survive for 18 minutes with no oxygen. No oxygen. Generally, they can run their cells on glucose, the usual way of mice, humans and all other mammals. That process requires oxygen,  which comes from breathing.
But mole rats can switch to a different kind of biochemical process that uses fructose, the sugar in fruit and high fructose corn syrup which needs almost no oxygen. The mole rat falls a suspended animation, with a much lower heart rate and breathing. Other mammals, like people and mice, can metabolize fructose without oxygen, only in a very limited way. Mole rats evolved this ability because the tunnels they live in can be low in oxygen. 1500454040420272922_787132

Photo be @Robertclarkphoto | The #nakedmoleratis an extraordinary mammal, they are coldblooded, No other known #mammalis. They live in an underground tunnel complexes in colonies of hundreds led by a queen, they live in hives, much like bees. For several years scientists thought they didn't get cancer. And now it seems that they can survive for 18 minutes with no oxygen. No oxygen. Generally, they can run their cells on glucose, the usual way of mice, humans and all other mammals. That process requires oxygen, which comes from breathing. But mole rats can switch to a different kind of biochemical process that uses fructose, the sugar in fruit and high fructose corn syrup which needs almost no oxygen. The mole rat falls a suspended animation, with a much lower heart rate and breathing. Other mammals, like people and mice, can metabolize fructose without oxygen, only in a very limited way. Mole rats evolved this ability because the tunnels they live in can be low in oxygen.

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Check natgeo's Instagram photo by @chamiltonjames / Charlie Hamilton James - bison in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Grand Teton National Park doesn’t have as many bison as its closer larger neighbour Yellowstone National Park, but a small population persist here. They spend the harsh winter using their enormous heads and powerful necks to plough the snow in pursuit of edible plants beneath the snow. This image was taken on a remote camera back in December - a camera I recovered today after the snow finally melted and revealed it. Shot on assignment for National Geographic Society 1500375486231897148_787132

photo by @chamiltonjames / Charlie Hamilton James - bison in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Grand Teton National Park doesn’t have as many bison as its closer larger neighbour Yellowstone National Park, but a small population persist here. They spend the harsh winter using their enormous heads and powerful necks to plough the snow in pursuit of edible plants beneath the snow. This image was taken on a remote camera back in December - a camera I recovered today after the snow finally melted and revealed it. Shot on assignment for National Geographic Society

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio

Two Years ago the Yemeni crisis took a deadly turn. According to the United Nations, 16,200 people have been killed in Yemen since 2015 including 10,000 civilians. The humanitarian situation in what was already one of the world’s poorest nations, is now, after Syria, the most critical on the planet, with 20% of Yemenis severely food insecure.

Here photographed the centre of Shibam in Wadi Hadramout province, entireymud-built and listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its high-rise mud-brick buildings. UNESCO has voiced concern over the damage inflicted to this great Islamic city. In April 2009, four Koreans tourists were blown apart by a suicide bomber taking just such a photo

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Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio Two Years ago the Yemeni crisis took a deadly turn. According to the United Nations, 16,200 people have been killed in Yemen since 2015 including 10,000 civilians. The humanitarian situation in what was already one of the world’s poorest nations, is now, after Syria, the most critical on the planet, with 20% of Yemenis severely food insecure. Here photographed the centre of Shibam in Wadi Hadramout province, entireymud-built and listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site for its high-rise mud-brick buildings. UNESCO has voiced concern over the damage inflicted to this great Islamic city. In April 2009, four Koreans tourists were blown apart by a suicide bomber taking just such a photo Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. @instituteartist @michaelhoppengallery @benrubi_gallery @galleryluisotti @natgeo #cityscape #photojournalism #islamicarchitecture #islamic #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolkstudio #simonnorfolk #reportage #yemen #fightpoverty #photojournalism #journalism #onassignment #documentaryphotography #unesco #civilwar #war #conflict #arabianpeninsular #arabia #simonnorfolkstudio #simonnorfolk #worldheritage #streetphotography

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). #Leopard fur and bark.  #OkavangoDelta, Botswana.  We saw a couple of these big cats every day on assignment in the #MoremiGameReserve.  We usually found them napping up in a tree hiding from the heat of the day. 1500136865004421526_787132

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). #leopardfur and bark. #OkavangoDelta, Botswana. We saw a couple of these big cats every day on assignment in the #MoremiGameReserve. We usually found them napping up in a tree hiding from the heat of the day.

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Check natgeo's Instagram Video by @joelsartore | A derbyana flower beetle at the @stlzoo. 
This little beetle can be found in Africa and is the smallest in its genus, reaching only 40-50 millimeters in length. They mainly feed on tree sap and fruits, and have a full life cycle of 8-9 months.
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Video by @joelsartore | A derbyana flower beetle at the @stlzoo. This little beetle can be found in Africa and is the smallest in its genus, reaching only 40-50 millimeters in length. They mainly feed on tree sap and fruits, and have a full life cycle of 8-9 months. To see an up close image of this beetle, check out @joelsartore! . . #beetles #flowerbeetle #insects #photoark #natgeo

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Check natgeo's Instagram Video by @bertiegregory. Giant otters are an extremely social species living groups of up to 20 individuals. Communication within their family group is important but perhaps more important, is communication between family groups. Why? Because, an adult giant otter needs to eat about 2kg/4lbs of fish every single day so maintaining access to good fishing is vital. As a result, a significant amount of their day is spent hauling out on the river banks in their territory, urinating and defecating on the floor before dancing and sliding around in it. What a life! Shot for @Stevewinterphoto, @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow @bertiegregory for more wildlife adventures! 1500056825554092463_787132

Video by @bertiegregory. Giant otters are an extremely social species living groups of up to 20 individuals. Communication within their family group is important but perhaps more important, is communication between family groups. Why? Because, an adult giant otter needs to eat about 2kg/4lbs of fish every single day so maintaining access to good fishing is vital. As a result, a significant amount of their day is spent hauling out on the river banks in their territory, urinating and defecating on the floor before dancing and sliding around in it. What a life! Shot for @Stevewinterphoto, @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow @bertiegregory for more wildlife adventures!

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo @ladzinski / A baby #WhiteRhino, adorably grazing at sunrise in the dry African #savanna. It's small little keratin horn is already beginning to develop, a key feature for defense and foraging. Rhino's are living relics, they have been roaming the earth for millions of years, survived ice ages and prehistoric times when predators like giant hyena and crocodile roamed the earth. Through all of this, their biggest threat in this long history of survival is poaching by man. Let's hope that we can continue to make better decisions when it comes to the senseless rhino horn trade so species like this can continue on. 1499978102930742610_787132

Photo @ladzinski / A baby #WhiteRhino, adorably grazing at sunrise in the dry African #savanna. It's small little keratin horn is already beginning to develop, a key feature for defense and foraging. Rhino's are living relics, they have been roaming the earth for millions of years, survived ice ages and prehistoric times when predators like giant hyena and crocodile roamed the earth. Through all of this, their biggest threat in this long history of survival is poaching by man. Let's hope that we can continue to make better decisions when it comes to the senseless rhino horn trade so species like this can continue on.

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Check natgeo's Instagram Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo 
A bald eagle dumpster dives for discarded steak outside a supermarket in Aleutian Islands. ------------------------------
Aleutian Dreams, my new series of images documenting the surreal collision of fishing industry and nature is currently on display in Portland, OR @hartmanfineart thru May 26 and in Los Angeles @richardhellergallery thru May 7. Click the link in my profile @arni_coraldo to view the series online. 
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Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo A bald eagle dumpster dives for discarded steak outside a supermarket in Aleutian Islands. ------------------------------ Aleutian Dreams, my new series of images documenting the surreal collision of fishing industry and nature is currently on display in Portland, OR @hartmanfineart thru May 26 and in Los Angeles @richardhellergallery thru May 7. Click the link in my profile @arni_coraldo to view the series online. #aleutiandreams #baldeagle #eagle #dumpsterdiving #alaska #dutchharbor #scavenger #nationalsymbol #america #bird #humananimals

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