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Photo by @stevemccurryofficial // I photographed this young nomad boy and his family's goat near Litang, Tibet, a major center of Tibetan culture. With an elevation of nearly 4,000 metres (13,000 ft) it has a subarctic climate characterized by long, cold winters, and short summers. These goats produ
Photo by @chien_chi_chang/@magnumphotos Lion dance to celebrate the Chinese (lunar) New Year at Chinatown, New York City. #MagnumPhotos #ChinatownNYC #liondance #cccontheroad
photo by @joelsartore | A giant #panda cub who is only 100 days old, at Zoo Atlanta (@zooatl). #Follow me to see more members of the #PhotoArk! #photooftheday #joelsartore
@TimLaman photo. The woods at Walden Pond, the after the storm yesterday morning. For those of you who live in the warm parts of the world where it never snows, it may be hard to understand, but there is something incredibly beautiful about a sunny morning after a fresh snowfall. See more from the
Photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder A cartoon depicting a North Korean “Unha” rocket launch decorates a hallway inside a children’s hospital in Pyongyang, North Korea. Defying international pressure and condemnation, North Korea followed through with the launch of a long-range rocket on Sun
photo by @markosian | A man catches up on the news while walking in Yerevan. #armenia
When is the last time you printed out a photograph? on.natgeo.com/1UVSvoO #YourShot
Photo by @ciriljazbec / Nielsine from Uummannaq stands next to a fishing rod, which is used to make holes in the sea ice for fishing. @ciriljazbec @natgeo #Greenland #seaice #portrait #line #fishing #Arctic
Photo by @haarbergphoto (Orsolya Haarberg) Water lily leaf frozen in thick layer of ice covering a small lake in Middle-Norway. Follow @haarbergphoto to see more winter images from our travels in the Nordic countries. #waterlily #norway #abstract @thephotosociety @natgeocreative
Nemo Moment by @daviddoubilet A male clownfish aggressively guards his clutch of nearly 1000 eggs hidden beneath its host anemone in #Anilao #Philippines. The male will fan and aerate the eggs for 6-10 days until they hatch. If the breeding female dies the next largest male will become a female, th
Photo by @mattiasklumofficial for @natgeo Like other elapid snakes, the venom of the Jameson's mamba is lethal. Go to @mattiasklumofficial to take a look at the fangs of this amazing snake and to learn more about it! Unlike other venomous snakes that have specialized in just one kind of venom, the
Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo while on assignment in the Falkland Islands. // Playing hide-and-seek with fur seals in the dense kelp forests provides endless entertainment during a dive. Some of the islands in the Falklands have been fully protected by the removal of rats and agricultural
Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto - An exhausted family catches some sleep at Beijing station waiting for a train to take them home. During Chunyun, China's Spring Festival travel season, some 350 million migrant workers and students will return to their hometowns. It's the world's largest
Photo & caption by @petekmuller. A woman on her phone in the entrance to a night club in the eastern #Ukrainian city of #Mariupol. Mariupol is a fascinating city that sits but a few kilometers from the frontlines of the war in eastern Ukraine.
NASA satellites captured this dramatic fire in India—and more recent images from space: on.natgeo.com/1UUeZqe
Photo by @chien_chi_chang Chinese Burmese children are all dressed up ready to watch the annual dragon and lion dance performance to celebrate the Chinese lunar New Year in Yangon's (Rangoon) Chinatown. The year of monkey may a big wave of newborns because babies born in this year are believed to be
Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). While on assignment in #DenaliNationalPark for a story in the current issue of @natgeo magazine I watched this big guy dig up a ground squirrel then swallow it whole! #GrizzlyBear See more images of Denali and its wildlife at @argonautphoto. @thephotosociety #
An Oceanic Whitetip Shark swirls just beneath the surface in The Bahamas. Once considered the most numerous large animal on Earth, this species has been decimated by over fishing. Currently its numbers are 99% in decline throughout much of its range worldwide. The value of sharks to the health of th
Photo @ladzinski / A large #AmericanAlligator laying motionless underwater on the lookout for prey in the Florida everglades. Unlike crocodiles, #alligators can only survive in freshwater, as salinity levels slowly rise in the Everglades it will push alligators further north and inland. Photographin
Photo by @stephsinclairpix . Pooja, 19, washes dishes at her home in India. Albinism is most common in sub-Saharan Africa. In Tanzania, one in about 1,400 children are born with it. In North America and Europe, the rate is far lower, about one in 20,000. People with albinism suffer reduced eyesight
Photo@michaelmelford - Teddy Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota. A storm approached with this amazing cloud formation and a minute later they opened up, and it rained hard. Was there in August and after photographing in the rain, slipped on some very slick clay, landed on my cameras and broke fou
Photograph by @paulnicklen for @natgeo. It took quite a while to figure out the relationship between this dominant adult male southern sea lion and this newborn pup. With many predators, like bears, it can be fatal for a newborn to be caught by an adult breeding male. In this situation, however,
Photograph by @JohnStanmeyer Sheep returning to Zovasar, a small village in the mountains of Aragatsotn Province, Armenia. My friend and Nat Geo colleague, @AnushBabajanyan ~ follow Anush Babajanyan here on IG for beautiful visual poems of Armenia, the Caucasus and beyond ~ spent many days in this
Photo by @martinschoeller Martin: "Where do you stay, on the street?" Jason: "We sleep in a tent. My husband, he has a job. We’ll be off the street soon." M: "Your husband started crying over frustration from being homeless?" J: "Yes he has, many times." M: "[When I saw him] he was so sad, he’s like
Photo by @randyolson | @thephotosociety Middle class Chinese brides and grooms numbered 32 through 43 line up in their queue at the Rose Wedding Festival - a mass wedding in Shanghai. #china #wealth #weddings #asia

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