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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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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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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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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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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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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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photo by @daviddoubilet .Clownfish are fearless fathers - they will defend their offspring with their life. This male Tomato clownfish, also called an anemonefish guards his eggs in Anilao, Philippines. After the female lays her clutch of eggs the male takes over parental care duties. He stays very busy removing dead eggs and debris that falls into nest and constantly aerating the nest to increase water movement around them. I look forward to sharing more images from inside the Coral Triangle while we work on @natgeo assignment in the Philippines. With @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #clownfish #nemo #fatherhood #parenting #coraltriangle #philippinesfor #moreoceanfollow @daviddoubilet

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Image by @beverlyjoubert. A pride of lions crosses a deep channel in the Okavango to get to better hunting grounds. It's not possible to live and hunt in the Delta without getting wet frequently. But as the snarls and wrinkled noses will tell you, necessity does not mean that they enjoy their swim. #botswana #okavango #bigcats #duba #thisismytrophy

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Photo by @[email protected] in Myanmar #onassignment #burma #photojournalism #documentary #dailylife #asia #thephotosociety

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Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). A crystal clear pool above a crack in the #ruthglacierin #DenaliNationalPark, Alaska. Some of these cracks could go as deep as 2000ft, the thickness of this massive glacier. We skied for days photographing these liquid sapphires, which somehow still shined bright on even the darkest and cloudiest of days, like portals into another world. We became obsessed with them and wanted nothing more than to wander in the fog, from pool to pool, until we ran out of food and were forced to leave. It was a strange and beautiful meditation unlike any Ive had in my life before or since. More photos from Denali at @argonautphoto.

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Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio On this day … The destruction of the two giant 4th and 5th-century buddhas in Bamiyan is, by far, the most spectacular attack against the cultural and historical heritage of Afghanistan. On February 26, 2001 the Taliban, issued a decree ordering the elimination of all non-Islamic statues and sanctuaries in the country. A kind of jihad was launched against the two Buddhas. “Our soldiers are working hard; they are using all available arms against them,” said the Taliban’s spokesman. Rockets and tank shells were brought in, and the destruction was completed with dynamite. The giant statues, once standing 35 and 53m tall, were reduced to rubble within days. Today, archaeological sites in Afghanistan are still under threat, though not solely from the Taliban… Over coming posts I’ll share details of Mes Aynak, an ancient and significant site facing imminent destruction, so a foreign-state-owned mining company can harvest the copper reserves buried directly beneath. Here photographed a ‘Victory Arch’ built by the Northern Alliance at the entrance to a local commanders’s HQ in Bamiyan after the expulsion of the Taliban. In the centre can be seen one of the niches that previously contained the smaller of the buddhas. Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. @instituteartist @michaelhoppengallery @benrubi_gallery @galleryluisotti @natgeo @thephotosociety #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolk #archaeology #afghanistan #taliban #mesaynak #aftermath #buddhism #history #worldheritage #buddha #bamiyan #simonnorfolkstudio #documentary #reportage #visualarchitects@simonnorfolkstudio #bamyan

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Photo by @brianlehmannphotography - Referring to himself as a half man, Aaron Wollin, also known as Short E. Dangerously while performing for audiences around the world, changes laundry at his home in Daytona #Beach, #Florida. Wollin's legs were amputated at the age of two from a rare disease called sacral agenesis. To see a photo of Wollin performing one of his #amazingstunts #follow@brianlehmannphotography.

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Photo by @[email protected] in #yangon #myanmar #onassignment #burma #photojournalism #documentary #dailylife #asia #thephotosociety

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Video by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). Do YOU have a moose in YOUR freezer? The Collins twins drop some knowledge from deep in #DenaliNationalPark, Alaska. Miki and her sister Julie inherited the trap line (which existed long before the National Park) from a long line of trappers who also lived off the land in this remote land of kettle lakes, winding rivers, and winters that regularly dip down to -50 or below. For more photos of their life on the trap line go to @argonautphoto's feed.

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Sequenced photographs by @simonnorfolkstudio Two years ago today (25th February 2015) at least 310 people were killed in avalanches in northeastern Afghanistan. Avalanches are common in Afghanistan’s mountainous areas in winter, and rescue efforts are frequently hampered by a lack of equipment. Each year, 2017 no exception, the beautiful, pristine blanket of white holds within it the possibilities of destruction and death. Here a sequence of images from Bamyan Province in Afghanistan’s Central Highlands transitioning through seasons. From a frozen early spring through to the snows of winter, documenting the stages of flooding, irrigation, planting and harvest. Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. Music: Ay Sholae Hazeen Desolate Flame used with permission. @instituteartist @michaelhoppengallery @benrubi_gallery @galleryluisotti @natgeo @thephotosociety #afghanistan #bamyan #hope #landscape #photojournalism #journalism #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolkstudio #simonnorfolk #documentary #reportage #changingseasons #avalanche #snow #video #stratigraphs #timetaken #videooftheday #landscape #disasterseason

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Photo by @johnstanmeyer • Rarely do I play tourist while working on a @natgeo story, could not help doing so one evening, walking through an old doorway at Registan Square moments before closing, starring in awe at the beautiful 17th century Sher-Dor in Samarkand, 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 #samarkand #registan #sherdor #night #lights #doorway #beauty #ngsilkroad

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@RobertClarkphoto I don't get to see my parents as much I would like to. My father, Russel Clark, 92 and my mother Dora Lou Clark, 90 have been married for 66 years. Both are hardy products of the depression, forged stronger by the Dust Bowl and on to became part of the "Greatest Generation". I can't imagine what all the change that they have been witness must feel like. My father was born at home, without indoor plumbing. He remembers Civil War veterans matching in the Armistice Day parades. At the University of Colorado my mother was not allowed to get a degree in chemistry because "that was not something that women did" though she was a pilot. As my dad said to me this weekend, "there is a lot to deal with in this life, I can't imaging doing it alone" #hometokansas

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Photo by @FransLanting A lion in his prime is a glorious sight, but not many make it to this stage. They run into trouble with rivals—or people. A black-maned Kalahari lion like this one is prized by trophy hunters, but in Botswana hunting is banned, and has been since 2014. I share this image in celebration of Big Cat Week, and with thanks to my friends and colleagues Dereck and Beverly Joubert for causing an uproar about the plight of lions. @natgeotravel @thephotosociety @natgeocreative @dereckjoubert @beverlyjoubert #lion #bigcatweek #causeanuproar #botswana

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Photo by @stephenwilkes: A quiet night at Ipanema, as beachgoers fade out and the glow of the sea takes over - our presence scaled to the grandeur of the Atlantic. #stephenwilkes #daytonight #ipanema #rio #riodejaneiro #brazil

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Photo by @[email protected] Worshippers light candles and pray at the Shwedogan Pagoda in #yangon #myanmar #onassignment #burma #photojournalism #documentary #dailylife #asia

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