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photo @chien_chi_changOctober 30, 2017. Since late August, Myanmar military has conducted clearance operations burning over 200 Rohingya villages in Rakhine State which have caused 600,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. With no hope on the horizon and no guarantee for safe return by the Myanmar government, they can only rely on aid from UN and NGOs for a meager survival while they are scattered around makeshift refugee camps outside of Cox’s Bazar. Remember Rwanda?! #rohingyacrisis#magnumPhotos #cccontheroad

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Photo @hammond_robin.“I dream of Syria of the bombings and missiles. Life in Lebanon is nicer because there are no bombings” says 10 year old Ayat Ramadan from Homs, Syria. She now lives in Beddawi Refugee Camp in northern Lebanon, and like many of the children newly arrived there, displays signs of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.#inmyworldis my new campaign designed to expose the challenges faced by people living with mental health issues and give them the chance to be seen, heard and valued. This first phase of the campaign was created in collaboration with @handicap_internationalaspart of Witness Change's work on global mental health. @witness_changeis a nonprofit that aims to end human rights violations for marginalized communities through visual storytelling. To see more please follow @onedayinmyworld

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Video by @franslantingand @christineeckstromWhen the female chimp we knew as Farafa led her young infant, Fanta, to a secret waterhole in a forest in Senegal, we witnessed something that made us wonder about the nature of chimps—and our connection to them. Fanta was just one year old and had never experienced a water hole before. While her mother watched, she explored the water’s surface at first with a leaf, but then she discovered her own reflection and began to interact with it, poking at it, making funny faces, and ultimately kissing herself, like a human child might do in front of a mirror. When we showed this video to Jane Goodall she was as enchanted by this display as we were. Fieldwork with chimps is hard, but being able to capture glimmers of insight about our fundamental kinship with chimps makes it all worthwhile. There are less than 200 chimps left in Senegal and their future hangs in the balance, just like it does for all chimps in Africa. As we gather together with family during this holiday season, let’s embrace our next of kin on the great tree of life. We can all help chimps survive by supporting the individuals and organizations that protect them and the forests they depend on. Follow me @franslantingfor more amazing images and stories of these unique chimps in Senegal.@natgeocreative@thephotosociety@janegoodallinst@rootsandshoots@world_wildlife@conservationorg@racingextinction#senegal#wildlife#conservation#chimps#rootsandshoots#family#play#wonder#gratitude

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photo by @chamiltonjames/ Charlie Hamilton James - yesterday morning in the Amazon; a group of indigenous Awã head off on an overnight hunting and gathering trip into the forest. It’s was big family affair and they took with them all the children, grandchildren and pet monkeys - along with backpacks woven from palm, containing food and hammocks and of course bows and arrows. On the way to one of their many forest camps they collected seeds and other snacks to eat while they traveled. Overnight the men went hunting and brought back a caiman (small crocodilian), a paca (large rodent) and a porcupine (which had just been attacked by a jaguar when they shot it). All three animals were cooked up on the fire and eaten for breakfast this morning. It was nice to watch such diligent sharing amongst people - nobody went without the protein. It was a very special moment to spend the night in the forest with the Awã - one I will never forget. Shot on assignment for @natgeo

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Video by @paulnicklen//Watching humpback whales bubble-net feed is a marvel of nature. They dive out of sight for several minutes, and then you hear their complicated songs reverberate through the hull of the boat—these are the sounds that drive their prey towards the surface. The bubbles rise to the surface and create a perfect ring. Inside that ring are panicked fish attempting to escape. The whales quickly swim through the center of their own bubble trap—mouths agape—swallowing hundreds of pounds of fish. They break the surface while slamming their mouths shut, and then use their massive tongues to push water through their baleen, capturing the life-sustaining protein that is the forage fish they feed on. We watched one whale bubble-net feed for hours. Impressively, it launched its entire body out of the water, again and again. To witness these whales hurling their bodies out of the ocean, #followmeon @paulnicklen// With @cristinamittermeierfor @sea_legacy.#whale#nature#naturelovers#food#wildlife#video#instagood#videooftheday#instagramhub#beauty#explore

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Photo: @andy_mann// This Loggerhead Turtle is resting at the surface in 3000 feet of deep blue water. I approached slowly while on a pelagic scouting mission in the Azores. It gave me one confused look before closing its eyes again. Thanks to unseasonably calm waters, the surface acted as a mirror that day and provided nice chilling conditions for this guy. The juvenile pilot fish you see harboring under the turtle will likely move onto a shark soon as they grow larger because animals which might eat them will not come near a shark. In return, sharks do not eat pilot fish because they eat their parasites. // #followme@andy_mannto learn more about our planets wild oceans. @sea_legacy

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Photo by @gerdludwig.Sunlight barely permeates the fog to illuminate this view near Clingman’s Dome. Dead Fraser Firs, the result of balsam woolly adelgid (aphids) infestation due to air pollution, are fast becoming a common part of the landscape.The Great Smoky Mountains, aptly named for naturally occurring mist-like clouds that quite frequently surround the mountains, are affected by air pollution from nearby industry, power plants, and cars. The pollution appears as a uniform haze, which threatens the health of flora and fauna and degrades visibility. The National Park Service works with state agencies to observe nearby industries in order to minimize the amount of new pollution produced and carefully monitors the air quality in the park.Follow @gerdludwigto see additional views of the Smokies I posted during the past few days.@thephotosociety@natgeocreative#mountains#pollution#landscape#greatsmokymountains#environment#haze#clingmansdome#fraserfir#fog

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Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudioon assignment for an upcoming Magazine story for @natgeo... An oddly rural view in an otherwise densely populated city – one of the world's flash points … the Dome of the Rock and the old city walls of Jerusalem seen from the Mount of Olives, just above the Garden of Gethsemane. The white horse's name is Ramses. “And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him”. (Revelations 6:8)Follow @simonnorfolkstudiofor updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material.@simonnorfolkstudio@natego#photojournalism#documentaryphotography#simonnorfolk#revelations#domeoftherock#gardengethsemane#mountofolives#therealjesus#jesus#biblearchaeology#whitehorse#horse#photojournalist#jerusalem#holyland

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Photo by @pedromcbride// Layers of time, light and stillness. What happens here - resonates elsewhere across public lands. To see more follow @pedromcbride#grandcanyon#aerial#nationalpark#nature#bw#petemcbride#dustinthebloodfilm

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Photo by @johnstanmeyer~ Homeless. Nationless. Hands of untold inhumanness, the gentle henna pattern upon the palm of a mother who’s son sits near, one of many who had crossed the Naf River in southern Bangladesh seeking safety after floating upon a raft from Myanmar. These women, men and children join the more than 600,000 ethic Rohingyan’s who have arrived in Bangladesh since August, 2017, displaced people who have no hope of returning home. To witness more of the plight of the largest humanitarian crisis taking place today, watch my Instagram story published above here on the @natgeoaccount and follow me @johnstanmeyerfor more stories and films from this story. Thank you.-@natgeo@natgeocreative@thephotosociety#refugeecrisis#bangladesh#myanmar#rohingya#rohingyan#rohingyacrisis#hand#henna#palm#mother#child#women#homeless#stateless#refugees

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