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List kimosabdul8's Instagram Bertemu kadal hijau di pagi ini, #tslpapua #jayawijaya #lorentznationalpark #savetogether 1612070103575162322_1794667589

Bertemu kadal hijau di pagi ini, #tslpapua #jayawijaya #lorentznationalpark #savetogether

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List milos_wildlife's Instagram I wish more conservation focused zoos and aquariums could create centers like The Wilds! This property encompasses over 9,000 acres and is one of the largest wildlife conservation centers in North America! Just think of the amazing research, breeding, and welfare that can be provided in spaces like these! 1612064863278308265_980051364

I wish more conservation focused zoos and aquariums could create centers like The Wilds! This property encompasses over 9,000 acres and is one of the largest wildlife conservation centers in North America! Just think of the amazing research, breeding, and welfare that can be provided in spaces like these!

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List balmore31's Instagram I saw the fire driving home today and it looks intense. @jules_ruano and I are praying for the people around it. In light of seeing the good in all things the amber color of the sun today was amazing. I love the apocalyptic feel ash creates and I had to get @ronnyg_rst to park his car so I could take a picture of it. Not bad at all! .
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I saw the fire driving home today and it looks intense. @jules_ruano and I are praying for the people around it. In light of seeing the good in all things the amber color of the sun today was amazing. I love the apocalyptic feel ash creates and I had to get @ronnyg_rst to park his car so I could take a picture of it. Not bad at all! . . . . #canon #repost #cuteanimals #savetogether #amazingphotoghunter #filmphotography #filmisnotdead #discoverearth #keepitwild #xiiixiiphotos #photographyeveryday #keepfilmalive

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List butterflymusketeers's Instagram This was a nice surprise when someone this morning said they had spotted me in a magazine at the supermarket. A 6 page spread too. What a beautiful write up Kiwi Gardener magazine. Thanks to @charlierosecreative for her beautiful captures  of the children planting the seeds my children's local school. Heaps of information how to do your but saving the Monarchs butterflies. Buy your copy there's heaps of fantastic articles and advice about summer gardens. 
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This was a nice surprise when someone this morning said they had spotted me in a magazine at the supermarket. A 6 page spread too. What a beautiful write up Kiwi Gardener magazine. Thanks to @charlierosecreative for her beautiful captures of the children planting the seeds my children's local school. Heaps of information how to do your but saving the Monarchs butterflies. Buy your copy there's heaps of fantastic articles and advice about summer gardens. . #butterfly #butterflylady #monarch #monarchbutterfly #savetogether #projectswanplant4000 #butterflies #savethemonarchs #monarchwatch #monarchbutterflies #growmilkweed #nature #pollinatorgarden #savetheplanet #motherearth #giveback #payitforward #insects #insects #mariposa #monarcas #chrysalis #caterpillar #lifecycle #transformation #butterflygirl

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List balmore31's Instagram Maybe we already live in a parallel universe and we have access to the next one simply by talking to someone else. Once we do that we can cross into a new dimension. There similar governing rules apply but perspectives and objectives maybe be completely different. It doesn't have to be super complicated you just have to take a look.
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#canon #repost #cuteanimals #savetogether #amazingphotoghunter #filmphotography #filmisnotdead #discoverearth #keepitwild #xiiixiiphotos #photographyeveryday #keepfilmalive 1611995505184171122_1309514314

Maybe we already live in a parallel universe and we have access to the next one simply by talking to someone else. Once we do that we can cross into a new dimension. There similar governing rules apply but perspectives and objectives maybe be completely different. It doesn't have to be super complicated you just have to take a look. . . . . #canon #repost #cuteanimals #savetogether #amazingphotoghunter #filmphotography #filmisnotdead #discoverearth #keepitwild #xiiixiiphotos #photographyeveryday #keepfilmalive

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List samph0t0g_hk's Instagram We need to love the nature even it is all around us.  #hkph0t0g  #savetogether #photoark
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We need to love the nature even it is all around us. #hkph0t0g #savetogether #photoark ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ✔✔✔ . Credits to : @samph0t0g_hk Use the hasthtag to be featured! . . . . . . #insects #insect #bug #bugs #bugslife #macro #closeup #nature #animals #animals #instanature #instagood #macrogardener #macrophotography #creature #creatures #macro_creature_feature #photooftheday #wildlife #earth #naturelover #lovenature #ig_macro_clicks #cannon #hongkong # #ig_monumentalworld_macroi

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List natgeomagazinesrbija's Instagram #Repost @natgeo (@get_repost)
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Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday showcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth!
To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore!
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#NOTAPET #kinkajou #madagascar #cuteanimals #natgeo #photoark #savetogether 1611943935655490241_1470162082

#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormondayshowcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth! To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore! . . #notapet #kinkajou #madagascar #cuteanimals #natgeo #photoark #savetogether

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List wild_beasts_of_our_world's Instagram from @joelsartore -  Named for its unique, tightly curled black feathers on the top of its head, the curl-crested aracari has one of the most colorful and interesting plumages of all toucan species. This species can be found high up in trees throughout the southwestern Amazon Basin, snacking on any kind of fruit they can get their beaks on. This aracari was photographed at @dallas_world_aquarium in Texas with a Nikon D4. ISO: 500 Aperture: 13 Shutter: 1/250
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from @joelsartore - Named for its unique, tightly curled black feathers on the top of its head, the curl-crested aracari has one of the most colorful and interesting plumages of all toucan species. This species can be found high up in trees throughout the southwestern Amazon Basin, snacking on any kind of fruit they can get their beaks on. This aracari was photographed at @dallas_world_aquarium in Texas with a Nikon D4. ISO: 500 Aperture: 13 Shutter: 1/250 . . #aracari #toucan #curlcrestedaracari #birds #feathers #plumage #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #animalfacts #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether #regrann

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List wild_beasts_of_our_world's Instagram from @joelsartore -  Pfeffer’s flamboyant cuttlefish are named for their complex and dramatic color changing abilities, which are used for communication as well as camouflage. This cephalopod isn’t consumed by humans because their muscles contain a unique toxin that can be lethal. They’re often found in shallow waters, using their back legs to “walk” along the seabed. When threatened, they stand their ground, change colors, and wave the bright red membranes on their arms to remind predators of their toxicity.
Photographed at @dallas_world_aquarium in Texas.
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#cuttlefish #flamboyant #marinelife #sealife #underwater #strangeanimals #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #animalfacts #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether #regrann 1611899237434788814_6099523043

from @joelsartore - Pfeffer’s flamboyant cuttlefish are named for their complex and dramatic color changing abilities, which are used for communication as well as camouflage. This cephalopod isn’t consumed by humans because their muscles contain a unique toxin that can be lethal. They’re often found in shallow waters, using their back legs to “walk” along the seabed. When threatened, they stand their ground, change colors, and wave the bright red membranes on their arms to remind predators of their toxicity. Photographed at @dallas_world_aquarium in Texas. . . #cuttlefish #flamboyant #marinelife #sealife #underwater #strangeanimals #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #animalfacts #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether #regrann

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List universalcollectibles04's Instagram Cute critter....
#RepostSave @natgeo with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday showcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth!
To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore!
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Cute critter.... #repostsave@natgeo with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormondayshowcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth! To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore! . . #notapet #kinkajou #madagascar #cuteanimals #natgeo #photoark #savetogether

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List wild_beasts_of_our_world's Instagram Repost from @joelsartore -  Indian rollers, when perched, appear dull and brown in color with some slight blue accents. However, when they spread their wings and enter into flight, an incredible display of blue, indigo and violet plumage is revealed. Rollers are named for their impressive courtship ritual that involves twists, turns and rolling motions-- all in flight. These birds can be found in India and much of southern Asia.
Photographed at @santabarbarazoo in California.
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#birds #roller #india #indianroller #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #animalfacts #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether #Repost 1611883901960399831_6099523043

Repost from @joelsartore - Indian rollers, when perched, appear dull and brown in color with some slight blue accents. However, when they spread their wings and enter into flight, an incredible display of blue, indigo and violet plumage is revealed. Rollers are named for their impressive courtship ritual that involves twists, turns and rolling motions-- all in flight. These birds can be found in India and much of southern Asia. Photographed at @santabarbarazoo in California. . . #birds #roller #india #indianroller #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #animalfacts #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether #repost

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List itsromio's Instagram Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday showcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth!
To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore!
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Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormondayshowcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth! To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore! . . #notapet #kinkajou #madagascar #cuteanimals #natgeo #photoark #savetogether

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List londen_noelle's Instagram @okczoo #savetogether #okczoo  @joelsartore what do you think? 1611834111604764835_1502123287

@okczoo #savetogether #okczoo @joelsartore what do you think?

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List lola_fallona's Instagram @Regrann from @joelsartore -  Indian rollers, when perched, appear dull and brown in color with some slight blue accents. However, when they spread their wings and enter into flight, an incredible display of blue, indigo and violet plumage is revealed. Rollers are named for their impressive courtship ritual that involves twists, turns and rolling motions-- all in flight. These birds can be found in India and much of southern Asia.
Photographed at @santabarbarazoo in California.
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@Regrann from @joelsartore - Indian rollers, when perched, appear dull and brown in color with some slight blue accents. However, when they spread their wings and enter into flight, an incredible display of blue, indigo and violet plumage is revealed. Rollers are named for their impressive courtship ritual that involves twists, turns and rolling motions-- all in flight. These birds can be found in India and much of southern Asia. Photographed at @santabarbarazoo in California. . . #birds #roller #india #indianroller #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #animalfacts #natgeo #photoark #SaveTogether - #regrann

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List samanian112's Instagram Video by @chichi.112 | The great green macaw once thrived in substantial numbers in Central and northern South America, but today their populations are dwindling. The illegal pet trade in conjunction with habitat loss due to agricultural development and logging has sadly pushed this bird onto the #IUCN endangered species list. Thankfully, the great green macaw is protected by CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) and there are numerous conservation programs for this species. However, this bird and many other rainforest species will not survive if we do not fight to protect their habitats.
This bird was photographed at @samanian112 , an institution dedicated to conserving species as well as educating and inspiring its visitors to love nature.
To see a portrait of this bird, follow @chichi.112
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Video by @chichi.112 | The great green macaw once thrived in substantial numbers in Central and northern South America, but today their populations are dwindling. The illegal pet trade in conjunction with habitat loss due to agricultural development and logging has sadly pushed this bird onto the #iucnendangered species list. Thankfully, the great green macaw is protected by CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) and there are numerous conservation programs for this species. However, this bird and many other rainforest species will not survive if we do not fight to protect their habitats. This bird was photographed at @samanian112 , an institution dedicated to conserving species as well as educating and inspiring its visitors to love nature. To see a portrait of this bird, follow @chichi.112 . . #macaw #birds #wildlife #natgeo #savetogether #photoark #5minutecrafts #video #hacks #gluegun #lifehacks #tricks #ideas #kissme #kiss #kissing #kisses #kış #ciumanhot #ciuman #videongewe #videoporn #videobokep #videohot #videongentot #videos #sex #sèx #sëxcode

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List marcia_mh_'s Instagram #Repost @natgeo: Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormonday showcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth!
To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore!
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#repost@natgeo: Image by @joelsartore | This #pollinatormondayshowcases a curious kinkajou from the New York State Zoo. This furry pollinator is native to Central and South America, and is a member of the Procyonidae family, making it a distant cousin of the Raccoon. The kinkajou has ankles that can rotate 180 degrees which allows it to run very quickly down trees to evade predators like the harpy eagle. The kinkajou is often known as the “honey bear” due to its habit of raiding beehives for their honey, much to the dismay of the bees. Its short, coarse fur is natural protection against angry bee stings. When not raiding hives, its five-inch tongue allows it to easily dip into the flowers of fruit-bearing trees in the rain forest. This long tongue coupled with an insatiable sweet tooth makes the kinkajou a valuable pollinator for many fruits and flowers in the rain forest. Though classified basically as a carnivore, the kinkajou will go from flower to flower, drinking nectar, and spreading the pollen on its fur to the next tasty snack. Now that’s a handy sweet tooth! To see another image of this kinkajou check out @joelsartore! . . #notapet #kinkajou #madagascar #cuteanimals #natgeo #photoark #savetogether

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List inverse's Instagram "Rising this #pollinatormonday is the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar.
To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore."
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"Rising this #pollinatormondayis the delicate sunbird, native to Eastern Africa. These pollinators have long, curved beaks used to dip deep into many different kinds of plants to feed on sweet nectar, especially lobelia, aloe, and red-hot poker trees. It is widely speculated in science that plants pollinated by sunbirds have co-evolved to fit the tubular shape of the sunbird's beak. These colorful and fast fliers are closely related to the honeyeaters of Australia, as well as the hummingbirds of the Americas, and are even known to occasionally hover while drinking nectar. To see images of more incredible species, follow @joelsartore." . . #sunbird #birds #pollinator #purplebandedsunbird #pollinatorhero #animalfacts #wildlife #nature #biodiversity #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoarkVia @natgeo

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