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its_repost_'s Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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paulnicklengallery's Instagram Photo - Come relax and enjoy footage of Paul and Cristina's recent trip to Svalbard, Norway!

Come relax and enjoy footage of Paul and Cristina's recent trip to Svalbard, Norway!

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natgeomagazinehu's Instagram Photo - Fókabébi nyitogatja szemeit. #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

Fókabébi nyitogatja szemeit. #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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iamgabib's Instagram Photo - "I can still hear you saying we would never break THE CHAIN" ... Fleetwood Mac

"I can still hear you saying we would never break THE CHAIN" ... Fleetwood Mac

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davidmkandelhardt's Instagram Photo - Grey Seals on the Farne Islands 
The seal population of Grey Seals and Harbour Seals evolved well the past years. Current census show a growth. They're numbered 5.000 (approx.) on the Farnes this year. 
Making a great attraction for divers. Seals love the smooth rocks out at Longstone Lighthouse. They come there to scratch their backs. If your lucky diving there Seals will come an ask you to give them a hand with that. 
We got to honor and protect these great marine habitat. It's protected and managed by the #NationalTrust. @nationaltrust

Grey Seals on the Farne Islands The seal population of Grey Seals and Harbour Seals evolved well the past years. Current census show a growth. They're numbered 5.000 (approx.) on the Farnes this year. Making a great attraction for divers. Seals love the smooth rocks out at Longstone Lighthouse. They come there to scratch their backs. If your lucky diving there Seals will come an ask you to give them a hand with that. We got to honor and protect these great marine habitat. It's protected and managed by the #NationalTrust. @nationaltrust

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midori.theory's Instagram Photo - 🍃Marine debris is human waste disposed into the marine environment. 6 million tons (as heavy as 1 million elephants) of debris is dumped into the ocean every year. These floating pieces of trash accumulate in the 4 main gyres of the ocean, forming massive garbage patches. The Great Pacific garbage patch alone is twice the size of Texas. Floating trash, together with those that have sunk to the bottom, kill 100,000 marine animals a year.
Plastic is a major concern especially for sea turtles. As sea turtles mainly feed on jellyfish, numerous turtles mistake floating plastic bags as food. The litter can block their digestive system, leading to death. It is not uncommon for turtles to get entangled within discarded fishing nets and plastic rings, causing fatal injuries, starvation, suffocation infection, drowning or abnormal growth. 86% of all sea turtle species are impacted by plastic debris.
Seabirds, such as albatrosses, travel great distances overseas to bring back food for their young. With the ever growing amount of plastic in the ocean, oblivious parents feed their children bits of plastic, causing wounds in their organs and a buildup of trash in their guts. The end result is death by the thousands. Research has shown that 90% of seabirds are affected by plastic, and 1 million seabirds are killed as a result every year. 
But this is not a lost cause. Even small life choices can lead to significant results.
Here are some ways we can help:
🌱Buy products with recyclable or less packaging - product packaging makes up most of the marine debris.
🌱Opt for reusable containers instead of plastic cups - places such as Starbucks offer discounts for customers who bring their own mugs for their orders.
🌱Use tote bags - this greatly reduces the usage of one-time plastic bags.
🌱Dispose of your trash properly - this reduces the chances of the trash ending up in the ocean.
🌱Finally, spread awareness - Educate your friends on the devastating effects of plastic, and advocate a more sustainable lifestyle.

🍃Marine debris is human waste disposed into the marine environment. 6 million tons (as heavy as 1 million elephants) of debris is dumped into the ocean every year. These floating pieces of trash accumulate in the 4 main gyres of the ocean, forming massive garbage patches. The Great Pacific garbage patch alone is twice the size of Texas. Floating trash, together with those that have sunk to the bottom, kill 100,000 marine animals a year. Plastic is a major concern especially for sea turtles. As sea turtles mainly feed on jellyfish, numerous turtles mistake floating plastic bags as food. The litter can block their digestive system, leading to death. It is not uncommon for turtles to get entangled within discarded fishing nets and plastic rings, causing fatal injuries, starvation, suffocation infection, drowning or abnormal growth. 86% of all sea turtle species are impacted by plastic debris. Seabirds, such as albatrosses, travel great distances overseas to bring back food for their young. With the ever growing amount of plastic in the ocean, oblivious parents feed their children bits of plastic, causing wounds in their organs and a buildup of trash in their guts. The end result is death by the thousands. Research has shown that 90% of seabirds are affected by plastic, and 1 million seabirds are killed as a result every year. But this is not a lost cause. Even small life choices can lead to significant results. Here are some ways we can help: 🌱Buy products with recyclable or less packaging - product packaging makes up most of the marine debris. 🌱Opt for reusable containers instead of plastic cups - places such as Starbucks offer discounts for customers who bring their own mugs for their orders. 🌱Use tote bags - this greatly reduces the usage of one-time plastic bags. 🌱Dispose of your trash properly - this reduces the chances of the trash ending up in the ocean. 🌱Finally, spread awareness - Educate your friends on the devastating effects of plastic, and advocate a more sustainable lifestyle.

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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

... Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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davidmkandelhardt's Instagram Photo - Puffin taking off from Cliff at Farnes Islands. 
Had a beautiful full sunset cruise with @farne_islands and Serenity II the other day. Lot's of Guillemot Jumplings around as well as Shags, Puffins and a few Gannets. 
At the peak of the breeding season the Islands are tremendously busy with birds feeding young. This Puffin was just taking off from his spot on the cliffs. Young non breeding birds are often gathered in groups on the rocks.

Puffin taking off from Cliff at Farnes Islands. Had a beautiful full sunset cruise with @farne_islands and Serenity II the other day. Lot's of Guillemot Jumplings around as well as Shags, Puffins and a few Gannets. At the peak of the breeding season the Islands are tremendously busy with birds feeding young. This Puffin was just taking off from his spot on the cliffs. Young non breeding birds are often gathered in groups on the rocks.

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irishparadox's Instagram Photo - @Regrann from @paulnicklen - Stand up and celebrate #WorldOceansDay!! Please join me, @cristinamittermeier and some of the @sea_legacy team at the @paulnicklengallery on 347 West Broadway #NYC this Saturday as we celebrate #worldoceansweek. We felt very lucky to have Dr. Sylvia Earle in the gallery this week. She is such an eloquent speaker and it rings so true when she says “No Blue, No Green, No Us”. Every second breath we take comes from the ocean. We can either learn to hold our breaths or perhaps we should just protect the lungs and heart of our planet. The concept of sending someone to Mars is pretty cool but why not put that same energy, time and money into protecting our life sustaining, complex and fragile life support system that surrounds us everyday. The air, the water, the soil, the food, the climate are all right here…....balanced to perfection through 4 billion years of evolution and yet we treat it with such disregard and abuse. Come and learn about the things we can do for our planet. #hedoesnotspeakforme #speakfornature #earth #oceans #life #beauty #gratitude #nature

@Regrann from @paulnicklen - Stand up and celebrate #WorldOceansDay!! Please join me, @cristinamittermeier and some of the @sea_legacy team at the @paulnicklengallery on 347 West Broadway #nycthis Saturday as we celebrate #worldoceansweek. We felt very lucky to have Dr. Sylvia Earle in the gallery this week. She is such an eloquent speaker and it rings so true when she says “No Blue, No Green, No Us”. Every second breath we take comes from the ocean. We can either learn to hold our breaths or perhaps we should just protect the lungs and heart of our planet. The concept of sending someone to Mars is pretty cool but why not put that same energy, time and money into protecting our life sustaining, complex and fragile life support system that surrounds us everyday. The air, the water, the soil, the food, the climate are all right here…....balanced to perfection through 4 billion years of evolution and yet we treat it with such disregard and abuse. Come and learn about the things we can do for our planet. #hedoesnotspeakforme #speakfornature #earth #oceans #life #beauty #gratitude #nature

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heysohanh's Instagram Photo - #Repost @paulnicklen (@get_repost)
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Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind in South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. On this #worldoceansweek , let’s celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. Come celebrate the ocean this Saturday in #NYC at the @paulnicklengallery. 347 West Broadway. 3 pm to 8pm. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceanday #worldoceansweek

#repost@paulnicklen (@get_repost) ・・・ Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind in South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. On this #worldoceansweek , let’s celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. Come celebrate the ocean this Saturday in #nycat the @paulnicklengallery. 347 West Broadway. 3 pm to 8pm. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceanday #worldoceansweek

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imlosingground's Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

#repost@natgeo ・・・ Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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midori.theory's Instagram Photo - 🌿This photo depicts the drastic difference between healthy and bleached coral reefs. Despite common beliefs, Corals are actually animals that depend on photosynthesizing algae to survive. They reside by the equator in beautiful and colorful reefs that are home to thousands of marine organisms, from the smallest clownfish to the biggest sea turtles. Corals are main contributors to marine food chains because they assist in carbon and nitrogen fixing (converting atmospheric nitrogen & carbon into compounds usable by organisms) and help with nutrient recycling. The reefs also help humans by protecting coastlines from the damaging effects of wave action and tropical storms. Much of tourism on coasts, such as that of Australia, depend on coral reefs that generate billions of dollars per year to a country’s economy.
There is no doubt that coral reefs are essential to the marine ecosystem and human affairs; however, up to two-thirds of the coral cover of the Great Barrier Reef has been lost as of 2016. Excess carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere caused by human consumption is absorbed by the ocean, lowering the pH level of the sea. The acidic water makes calcification (process in which corals create their hard shells) very difficult, and corals are not able to build their skeletons to survive. Additionally, the Greenhouse Effect causes an increase in water temperature, thus the algae that the coral depend upon leave, and the corals become bleached. If the effects are prolonged and the water cannot return to normal temperatures, the coral eventually die. As more and more corals die, many organisms lose their habitat and food sources, coastlines are left unprotected, and economies drop. 
In order to preserve Earth’s beautiful coral reefs, we must reduce our carbon footprints. Things we can do as everyday people include throwing trash away properly, wasting less water, protecting coastal parks and wildlife, using eco-friendly means of transportation such as walking or biking, turning off lights when not in use, eating locally produced food, and buying more repurposed products.🌱

🌿This photo depicts the drastic difference between healthy and bleached coral reefs. Despite common beliefs, Corals are actually animals that depend on photosynthesizing algae to survive. They reside by the equator in beautiful and colorful reefs that are home to thousands of marine organisms, from the smallest clownfish to the biggest sea turtles. Corals are main contributors to marine food chains because they assist in carbon and nitrogen fixing (converting atmospheric nitrogen & carbon into compounds usable by organisms) and help with nutrient recycling. The reefs also help humans by protecting coastlines from the damaging effects of wave action and tropical storms. Much of tourism on coasts, such as that of Australia, depend on coral reefs that generate billions of dollars per year to a country’s economy. There is no doubt that coral reefs are essential to the marine ecosystem and human affairs; however, up to two-thirds of the coral cover of the Great Barrier Reef has been lost as of 2016. Excess carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere caused by human consumption is absorbed by the ocean, lowering the pH level of the sea. The acidic water makes calcification (process in which corals create their hard shells) very difficult, and corals are not able to build their skeletons to survive. Additionally, the Greenhouse Effect causes an increase in water temperature, thus the algae that the coral depend upon leave, and the corals become bleached. If the effects are prolonged and the water cannot return to normal temperatures, the coral eventually die. As more and more corals die, many organisms lose their habitat and food sources, coastlines are left unprotected, and economies drop. In order to preserve Earth’s beautiful coral reefs, we must reduce our carbon footprints. Things we can do as everyday people include throwing trash away properly, wasting less water, protecting coastal parks and wildlife, using eco-friendly means of transportation such as walking or biking, turning off lights when not in use, eating locally produced food, and buying more repurposed products.🌱

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robertoatalla's Instagram Photo - Nature is wonderful ❤️💜
#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

Nature is wonderful ❤️💜 #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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kahina_lausa_sissi's Instagram Photo - #Repost @oceana (@get_repost)
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Photo by @cristinamittermeier / @sea_legacy // The seafloor may be out of sight but it shouldn’t be out of mind. Let us #SpeakForNature so those in charge create policies to protect the ocean’s animals, even the ones we rarely interact with. 
The theme for #WorldOceansDay 2017 is “Our Oceans, Our Future.” Our partners at @sea_legacy are in New York City to take part in the @unitednations Ocean Conference. 
#WorldOceansDay | #WorldOceansWeek | #SeaLegacy | #HonorParis | #KeepParis | #ClimateChangeIsReal | #ClimateChange | #Conserve | #Protect | #OceanConference | #TheWatersEdge | #SeaLegacygivesback

#repost@oceana (@get_repost) ・・・ Photo by @cristinamittermeier / @sea_legacy // The seafloor may be out of sight but it shouldn’t be out of mind. Let us #speakfornatureso those in charge create policies to protect the ocean’s animals, even the ones we rarely interact with. The theme for #WorldOceansDay 2017 is “Our Oceans, Our Future.” Our partners at @sea_legacy are in New York City to take part in the @unitednations Ocean Conference. #WorldOceansDay | #WorldOceansWeek | #sealegacy| #honorparis| #keepparis| #climatechangeisreal| #ClimateChange | #conserve| #protect| #OceanConference | #thewatersedge| #sealegacygivesback

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ginzi7102's Instagram Photo - Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #worldoceansweek

Repost from @natgeo using @RepostRegramApp - Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #worldoceansweek

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pnwgurl1963's Instagram Photo - Brand new baby!!! #Repost @natgeo
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

Brand new baby!!! #repost@natgeo ・・・ Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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marcia_mh_'s Instagram Photo - #Repost @natgeo: Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

#repost@natgeo: Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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thelionqueen_inwonderland's Instagram Photo - Quelle mignonnerie ❤️😱🙌🏾. #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek #puppiesofinstagram #puppylove #animal #animals #love #nature #earthpix #earthpix #protection

Quelle mignonnerie ❤️😱🙌🏾. #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek #puppiesofinstagram #puppylove #animal #animals #love #nature #earthpix #earthpix #protection

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debora_delucas's Instagram Photo - Repost from @natgeo @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost Photograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #Oceansweek is over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followme on @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

Repost from @natgeo @TopRankRepost #toprankrepostPhotograph by @paulnicklen // Just minutes old, a newborn elephant seal pup opens its eyes for the first time and greets its new world of ice, snow and wind on the Island of South Georgia, Antarctica. At birth, an elephant seal weighs approximately 50 pounds but within 3 weeks, it may reach an astonishing 400 pounds from its mothers rich milk. She will then wean her pup and head back to sea to replenish her own depleted resources. Now that #oceansweekis over, let’s continue to celebrate all creatures in the sea and realize the fragility of our oceans and how we are all interconnected. Our oceans are the foundation of all life on Earth. #followmeon @paulnicklen to see my favorite member of the pinniped family. @sea_legacy #antarctica #seal #tbt #instagood #worldoceansweek

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