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happylizmary's Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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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 s 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

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ 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 s 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 #moreocean and more images of crocodiles @daviddoubilet

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sofia.z.art's Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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On assignment @daviddoubilet Photographing an American crocodile at night the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen Cuba. Crocodiles nap in the soft seagrass beds for minutes at a time. This fellow woke up and rose to the surface for a breath of air. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements increase circulation of water and nutrients through the mangroves. Filmed for @natgeo story Cubas Crown Jewels. #ocean #crocodile #mangroves #cuba #nationalpark #extreme #followme for #moreocean @daviddoubilet

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ On assignment @daviddoubilet Photographing an American crocodile at night the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen Cuba. Crocodiles nap in the soft seagrass beds for minutes at a time. This fellow woke up and rose to the surface for a breath of air. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements increase circulation of water and nutrients through the mangroves. Filmed for @natgeo story Cubas Crown Jewels. #ocean #crocodile #mangroves #cuba #nationalpark #extreme #followmefor #moreocean @daviddoubilet

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An American crocodile patrols the mangrove channels of Gardens of the Queen National Park Cuba. The crocodile rested on the seagrass covered bottom of the channel for minutes at a time and then rose slowly to take a breath of air and returned to the bottom to sleep again. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements create and maintain channels that enhance circulation of water and nutrients through the dense roots systems. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo Cubas Underwater Jewels in the Path of Tourism. To view a video of working with this crocodile see @natgeo With @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #cuba #crocodile #predator #extreme #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

Super cool picture! #repost@daviddoubilet An American crocodile patrols the mangrove channels of Gardens of the Queen National Park Cuba. The crocodile rested on the seagrass covered bottom of the channel for minutes at a time and then rose slowly to take a breath of air and returned to the bottom to sleep again. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements create and maintain channels that enhance circulation of water and nutrients through the dense roots systems. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo Cubas Underwater Jewels in the Path of Tourism. To view a video of working with this crocodile see @natgeo With @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #cuba #crocodile #predator #extreme #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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cdd130465's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @natgeo: On assignment @daviddoubilet Photographing an American crocodile at night in the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. Crocodiles nap in the soft seagrass beds that cover the bottom for several minutes at a time and then slowly rise to take s breath of air. 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

@Regrann from @natgeo: On assignment @daviddoubilet Photographing an American crocodile at night in the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. Crocodiles nap in the soft seagrass beds that cover the bottom for several minutes at a time and then slowly rise to take s breath of air. 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 #moreocean and more images of crocodiles @daviddoubilet

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daviddoubilet's Instagram Photo - An American crocodile patrols the mangrove channels of Gardens of the Queen National Park Cuba. The crocodile rested on the seagrass covered bottom of the channel for minutes at a time and then rose slowly to take a breath of air and returned to the bottom to sleep again. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements create and maintain channels that enhance circulation of water and nutrients through the dense roots systems. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo Cubas Underwater Jewels in the Path of Tourism. To view a video of working with this crocodile see @natgeo With @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #cuba #crocodile #predator #extreme #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

An American crocodile patrols the mangrove channels of Gardens of the Queen National Park Cuba. The crocodile rested on the seagrass covered bottom of the channel for minutes at a time and then rose slowly to take a breath of air and returned to the bottom to sleep again. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements create and maintain channels that enhance circulation of water and nutrients through the dense roots systems. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo Cubas Underwater Jewels in the Path of Tourism. To view a video of working with this crocodile see @natgeo With @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #cuba #crocodile #predator #extreme #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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geofffarr's Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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On assignment @daviddoubilet Photographing an American crocodile at night the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen Cuba. Crocodiles nap in the soft seagrass beds for minutes at a time. This fellow woke up and rose to the surface for a breath of air. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements increase circulation of water and nutrients through the mangroves. Filmed for @natgeo story Cubas Crown Jewels. #ocean #crocodile #mangroves #cuba #nationalpark #extreme #followme for #moreocean @daviddoubilet

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ On assignment @daviddoubilet Photographing an American crocodile at night the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen Cuba. Crocodiles nap in the soft seagrass beds for minutes at a time. This fellow woke up and rose to the surface for a breath of air. Crocodiles are called the engineers of the mangroves because their movements increase circulation of water and nutrients through the mangroves. Filmed for @natgeo story Cubas Crown Jewels. #ocean #crocodile #mangroves #cuba #nationalpark #extreme #followmefor #moreocean @daviddoubilet

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natgeo's Instagram Photo - 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 s 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

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 s 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 #moreocean and more images of crocodiles @daviddoubilet

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kakapegoit's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @daviddoubilet - A very large and curious Maori wrasse followed our team around Sno Reef on the Great Barrier Reef. This big guy weighed several hundred pounds and had spear wounds from unsuccessful poaching encounters. The corals on the Great Barrier Reef are now in the midst of another unprecedented coral bleaching event. High sea temperatures in 2016 caused 90% of the 1200 mile long reef to bleach, a process where the tiny coral polyp loses its symbiotic algae due to heat stress. The algae provide valuable life sustaining nutrients to the coral and give it its color. If conditions improve quickly enough some corals can recover from a bleach event while others die and become covered in algae. Scientist estimate that 20% + of the Great Barrier Reef corals did not recover during the 2016 event. The extent of the 2017 bleach is yet to be known. Sequential bleaching events weakens the corals resilience and speeds the death of the reef. For @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #coralreef #coralbleaching #wrasse #greatbarrierreef #australia #worldheritagesite for #moreocean #followme @daviddoubilet - #regrann 
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@Regrann from @daviddoubilet - A very large and curious Maori wrasse followed our team around Sno Reef on the Great Barrier Reef. This big guy weighed several hundred pounds and had spear wounds from unsuccessful poaching encounters. The corals on the Great Barrier Reef are now in the midst of another unprecedented coral bleaching event. High sea temperatures in 2016 caused 90% of the 1200 mile long reef to bleach, a process where the tiny coral polyp loses its symbiotic algae due to heat stress. The algae provide valuable life sustaining nutrients to the coral and give it its color. If conditions improve quickly enough some corals can recover from a bleach event while others die and become covered in algae. Scientist estimate that 20% + of the Great Barrier Reef corals did not recover during the 2016 event. The extent of the 2017 bleach is yet to be known. Sequential bleaching events weakens the corals resilience and speeds the death of the reef. For @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #coralreef #coralbleaching #wrasse #greatbarrierreef #australia #worldheritagesitefor #moreocean #followme@daviddoubilet - #regrann #napoleon #king #deepwater

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whalehat's Instagram Photo - B.C. - Why you so purrrrdy?

#juniper #morecliffs #moremountains #moreocean #sunshine #summeristhatyou

B.C. - Why you so purrrrdy? #juniper #morecliffs #moremountains #moreocean #sunshine #summeristhatyou

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parul94's Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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Photo by @daviddoubilet Layers of life. A moon jellyfish called Aurelia is the perfect home for a juvenile jack seeking protection from predators. I was working in the cool temperate waters of Tasmania and swam into a bloom of hundreds of jellyfish. I had to look at many jellies to find one or two that had resident jacks hiding inside their bell. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #bff #jellyfish #tasmania #australia #downunder #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @daviddoubilet Layers of life. A moon jellyfish called Aurelia is the perfect home for a juvenile jack seeking protection from predators. I was working in the cool temperate waters of Tasmania and swam into a bloom of hundreds of jellyfish. I had to look at many jellies to find one or two that had resident jacks hiding inside their bell. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #bff #jellyfish #tasmania #australia #downunder #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig and @daviddoubilet

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Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

regram @natgeo Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

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madamcharleee's Instagram Photo - This earth never gets old to me 🌏 happy to feel at home in so many different places around the world 🌎 and know that there are miles more to see and send love 🌍 happy earth day everyone! Treat yo planet right! .
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#earthday2017 #peaceandlove #goodwill #deliberateliving #mindfulness #ecofriendly #planet #awareness #bekind #spreadlove #reducewaste #reuserecycle #gogreen #lessplastic #moreocean #home #healthy #environment #savetheday

This earth never gets old to me 🌏 happy to feel at home in so many different places around the world 🌎 and know that there are miles more to see and send love 🌍 happy earth day everyone! Treat yo planet right! . . . #earthday2017 #peaceandlove #goodwill #deliberateliving #mindfulness #ecofriendly #planet #awareness #bekind #spreadlove #reducewaste #reuserecycle #gogreen #lessplastic #moreocean #home #healthy #environment #savetheday

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mskirstenlee's Instagram Photo - Happy Earth Day🌎🌍🌏 thank you for being our precious & only home 🌿

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photo by @jenniferhayesig A harp seal pup seeks shelter from the wind as it waits for its mother to return to its ice nursery in Canada's Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. This image was taken during a moderate winter when limited sea ice had formed. This year, like many others is not normal, it is record setting warm. THIS WEEK thousands of pregnant female harp seals are struggling to find ice strong and suitable enough to birth their pups. There is very little ice in the gulf this season and what has formed is thin and too weak to sustain wind and waves. Pups born on bad ice drown when storms demolish their nursery. This lack of ice in the Gulf is becoming a turning point for this species as they struggle to reproduce in these waters. We are on standby to journey the harp seals and to document their struggle for ice, watch @natgeo for developing information. Image with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #baby #climatechange #extreme #beauty #canada #harpseal. HEY #BUFFALO join us March 14 at Kleinhans Music Hall for National Geographic Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice, an evening of seamounts , sharks and life in the ice with harp seals. For #moreocean @daviddoubilet and @jenniferhayesig

Happy Earth Day🌎🌍🌏 thank you for being our precious & only home 🌿 #repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ photo by @jenniferhayesig A harp seal pup seeks shelter from the wind as it waits for its mother to return to its ice nursery in Canada's Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. This image was taken during a moderate winter when limited sea ice had formed. This year, like many others is not normal, it is record setting warm. THIS WEEK thousands of pregnant female harp seals are struggling to find ice strong and suitable enough to birth their pups. There is very little ice in the gulf this season and what has formed is thin and too weak to sustain wind and waves. Pups born on bad ice drown when storms demolish their nursery. This lack of ice in the Gulf is becoming a turning point for this species as they struggle to reproduce in these waters. We are on standby to journey the harp seals and to document their struggle for ice, watch @natgeo for developing information. Image with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #ocean #baby #climatechange #extreme #beauty #canada #harpseal. HEY #buffalojoin us March 14 at Kleinhans Music Hall for National Geographic Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice, an evening of seamounts , sharks and life in the ice with harp seals. For #moreocean @daviddoubilet and @jenniferhayesig

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b_w_animals's Instagram Photo - Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig
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Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig DM for Credit

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jenniferhayesig's Instagram Photo - Happy Earth Day. Just an octopus resting on its shell that he / she uses as mobile shelter on a barren sand bottom in Anilao Philippines. When the octopus moves it picks up its shell and brings it along. It is always time well spent watching these intelligent creative creatures. From on @natgeo assignment in the Philippines: The Coral Nation with @daviddoubilet #LeoBlanco and @jenniferhayesig #Earthday #earthday2017 #ocean #octopus #philippines #coraltriangle #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

Happy Earth Day. Just an octopus resting on its shell that he / she uses as mobile shelter on a barren sand bottom in Anilao Philippines. When the octopus moves it picks up its shell and brings it along. It is always time well spent watching these intelligent creative creatures. From on @natgeo assignment in the Philippines: The Coral Nation with @daviddoubilet #leoblancoand @jenniferhayesig #earthday #earthday2017 #ocean #octopus #philippines #coraltriangle #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

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4pereti's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

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Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

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Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followme for #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

#repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @jenniferhayesig A small group of King penguins have trekked high above a crowded beach to rest on grass covered ground in Gold Harbour, South Georgia Island. There are an estimated 100,000 king penguins in this colony. King penguins the second largest penguin (emperor is largest), eat small fish, squid and some krill (they really like lantern fish). Males and females are serially monogamous, choosing s single mate each year for a long breeding cycle that lasts 14 to 16 months. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #penguin #southgeorgia #polar #earthday2017 #followmefor #moreocean @jenniferhayesig

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svetlana_filyaeva's Instagram Photo - 22 апреля Международный День Земли 🌍🌿
Сегодня и завтра я обязательно буду читать с детьми книги про животных, про обитателей водных глубин, про леса и пустыни 🐾 Будем говорить о ценности природных ресурсов и займёмся экотворчеством #earthday #арттерапевтсветланафиляева #эко_круглыйгод #экотворчество #earthday2017 #motherearth #деньземли #recycled #recycledart #recycling #детскоетворчество #земля #детичитают #детирисуют #детскаякнига #детскиерисунки #экология #психологсветланафиляева 
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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // Carried by the strong currents, I barely have to kick to keep up with this large egg yolk jellyfish as we both travel through the emerald waters of the Salish Sea. Despite its size, this jellyfish is part of a vast planktonic community that makes these waters some of the most productive on the planet. For #MoreOcean please #followme at @CristinaMittermeier
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#Ocean #OverUnder #beauty #love #SalishSea #ExploreBC #whs

22 апреля Международный День Земли 🌍🌿 Сегодня и завтра я обязательно буду читать с детьми книги про животных, про обитателей водных глубин, про леса и пустыни 🐾 Будем говорить о ценности природных ресурсов и займёмся экотворчеством #earthday #арттерапевтсветланафиляева #эко_круглыйгод #экотворчество #earthday2017 #motherearth #деньземли #recycled #recycledart #recycling #детскоетворчество #земля #детичитают #детирисуют #детскаякнига #детскиерисунки #экология #психологсветланафиляева #repost@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // Carried by the strong currents, I barely have to kick to keep up with this large egg yolk jellyfish as we both travel through the emerald waters of the Salish Sea. Despite its size, this jellyfish is part of a vast planktonic community that makes these waters some of the most productive on the planet. For #MoreOcean please #followmeat @CristinaMittermeier . . . #ocean #overunder #beauty #love #salishsea #explorebc #whs

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