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Photo by @daviddoubilet A very thirsty group of Hutia approached us for water when we landed on a small island in the Gardens of the Queen Cuba. Freshwater was limited and the normally very shy rodents overcame their fear and emerged from the dense mangrove systems looking for relief. Hutia live i
photo by @joelsartore | Happy #Thanksgiving! Check out this turkey photographed at the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls, #SouthDakota. It is the wild ancestor of the domestic turkey. This holiday, let’s be thankful for Earth’s #beautiful wildlife! #Follow me, @joelsartore, to see another #turkey from
Photo by @ciriljazbec / Greenland’s dogs are one of the world’s oldest breeds, descended from animals that traveled with the Inuit when they began their journey from Siberia to Greenland a millennium ago. Almost all are kept chained as adults; they’re free to roam only as puppies. They’re working do
Photograph by @paulnicklen // An Arctic fox sits on a boulder to gain an elevated lookout for polar bears and potential prey along the shores of Hudson Bay, Manitoba. A full grown adult weighs only 8 pounds and these bundles of fur are constantly on the search for food during the cold winter months
Grateful for all the wild places, wild creatures and wild souls that share this place called earth. Photo by @pedromcbride #petemcbride #happythanksgiving #gratitude #thanks #antarctica #humpbackwhale #earthtoparis
Photo @TimLaman. Happy Turkey Day to all! Here’s one happy bird that got away! I photographed this wild turkey in Lexington Massachusetts in the woods near where I live. Wild turkeys have made a huge comeback. One hundred years ago, they were nearly hunted out and perhaps less than 30,000 remai
Photograph by @thomaspeschak To discover why great white sharks venture inshore near the southern tip of Africa during the summer months, scientists from the White Shark Trust used sea kayaks to track their movements. Normally the routine involves the kayak tracking the sharks, but in this case the
Two young men painted blue during carnival in Jacmel, Haiti in 2015. Photo by @fotokonbit student Paul Saint Fleur, 20. Carnival in this small city on the southern coast of Haiti is taken very seriously with people dressing up in a myriad of ways. Students of FotoKonbit shot a story for @natgeo feat
@natgeo @stevewinterphoto Happy Thanksgiving!! Introducing Big Daddy! Talk about being blown away! When I set the camera up on this small bridge, I had no idea of what I would see the next morning.
A healthy, large vibrant male was a wonderful surprise. Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) in Mumbai I
Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - At 3,482 m asl (11,430 ft) the small cave at the top of the Jungfraujoch is Europe's highest known cave. Once we were inside and away from the entrance where the public pass by, the temperature dropped and ice crystals grew out from the walls in increasing numbe
Photo by @martinschoeller Martin: “What happened that you ended up living on the streets?”
Sandino: “I started gang banging at twelve-years-old. I started doing this stuff right here and really getting involved in the streets of LA. I got shot when I was fifteen and the bullet came out here and came
Photo by Jodi Cobb @jodicobbphoto Throwback Thanksgiving. For my National Geographic story on Broadway several years ago, I convinced the manager of the Marriot Marquis to remove the entire window in my room from its frame (it wouldn't open), to get this new angle on the #macysthanksgivingdayparade.
Photo by @BrianSkerry
A white-tailed sea eagle perched on offshore pack ice off of Japan’s Shiretoko Peninsula. The eagles come here in search of herring that aggregate below the surface. Winter in Hokkaido.
Photographed on assignment for @natgeo. Not a turkey, but a bird of a different feather for
Photo by @petekmuller/@prime_collective for @natgeo. A group of porters gather around a #fire in the #moorland region of Mount #Kenya. Many of the porters pictured here hail from the small, nearby village of #Naromuru. In conjunction with other pursuits, the men of Naromuru have worked as guides and
Photo by @stephenwilkes: Happy Thanksgiving!! A born and raised New Yorker, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has been one of my favorite Thanksgiving traditions since I was a child. As a parent, watching my children's faces light up as their favorite characters came around the corner made me feel
Photo by @michaelmelford So grateful for the National Geographic mission to “Inspire People to Care about the Planet” ! #gratitude @ngpristineseas #clouds #clearsky #nature
Photo by @renaeffendiphoto People standing in low tide on Dandi Beach where Mahatma Gandhi and his Salt March followers ended their journey. @natgeocreative @natgeo @natgeoadventure #onassignment #gandhi #nonviolence #resistance #campaign #india #gujarat
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz / @thephotosociety In this vertigo view it seems like spidey is climbing the wall, but he’s just turned the corner around the Museum of Natural History and begun his crawl down Central Park West during the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. From the jus
photo by @joelsartore | Check out this Western leopard gecko at the @stlzoo! #Follow me to see more members of the #PhotoArk! #joelsartore #photooftheday
The surface and the Blind Mexican cave fish have become subjects for scientists studying evolution. As the surface-dwelling ancestors of the cave fish entered the dark cave environment, the change in habitat changed biological functions-the loss of the eyes due to natural selection.
The blind form
The bustling Iron Market on Grande Rue in downtown Port-au-Prince, destroyed by the 2010 earthquake, was restored to look as it did when built more then a century ago. The market is the working place of hundreds of Haitians selling everything from meat, vegetables, fabrics, paintings, and souvenirs.
Photo by @GerdLudwig. In the Midlands of Tasmania, between Launceston and Campbelltown, a lone tree hovers over the hillside.
@thephotosociety @natgeocreative @theimagereview #landscape #Tasmania #Australia #Launceston #Campbelltown #tree #midlands #hillside #clouds #travel
Photo by @BrianSkerry
The giant tail of a North Atlantic Right Whale, dripping with water as the animal begins a deep dive in Canada’s Bay of Fundy on an autumn afternoon. The North Atlantic Right whale is the most endangered species of whale on the planet, with only about 500 remaining. Their popul
Photo by @pedromcbride // Few places make one feeler smaller than the Grand Canyon.
Shot on assignment for @natgeo during leg 3 of a 600-mile sectional hike across this jewel of national parks. To see from this expedition, follow @pedromcbride #petemcbride #gratitude #humility #chasingrivers #wilde
Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto. Sunset in Suzhou sets the water of the Grand Canal alight. #Jiangsu #China #sunset #grandcanal @natgeocreative @thephotosociety