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An orphaned black rhino calf receives breakfast from a ranger @lewa_wildlife , northern Kenya-photograph by David Chancellor @chancellordavid from a long term project documenting community conservation in the northern rangelands of Kenya #withbutterfliesandwarriors I'll be talking about my work for @natgeo and personal projects at an artists forum @francescamaffeogallery on Saturday 01.04.17 @2.00pm currently showing some of my work and personal projects 'documenting that jagged and bloody line where man and beast meet' Follow my work here @natgeo and @chancellordavid #rhino #poaching #protecting #conserving #kenya #northernkenya #samburu #horn #stoppoaching #handlelikeeggs @kinetic_six @forrangers @francescamaffeogallery

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Photograph by @simonnorfolkstudio #onassignment in the Holy Land 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 (Revelations 6:8) Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. @simonnorfolkstudio @instituteartist @michaelhoppengallery @benrubi_gallery @galleryluisotti @natgeo @thephotosociety #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolk #revelations #domeoftherock #gardengethsemane #mountofolives #photojournalist #jerusalem #holyland #horse #biblical #whitehorse

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Video by @joelSartore | An endangered Egyptian vulture at @ParcoNaturaViva in Bussolengo, Italy. These birds can be found from southwestern europe and northern Africa to India. They are opportunistic, feeding mainly on carrion, but also preying on small mammals, birds, reptiles and eggs. Incredibly, the Egyptian vulture has been known to use stones as tools to crack open eggs, a very sophisticated method of dining. The opportunity to photograph this animal was made possible by @greenteenteam , an organization promoting youth involvement in nature and wildlife conservation. To see an image of this vulture, check out @joelsartore ! . . #egyptianvulture #endangeredspecies #birds #video #closeup #photoark #natgeo

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Video by @bertiegregory. Meet scarface, a huge male jaguar who lives in Brazil’s northern Pantanal. He specialises in hunting caiman, South America’s equivalent of a crocodile. Here, he’s patrolling the river bank in search of his next meal. Check out my profile to see what he’s capable of! Shot on assignment for @stevewinterphoto , @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow @bertiegregory for more videos from our jaguar project.

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Photos by @renan_ozturk // This is what one of the steepest ice climbs on the planet looks like. @bookofsamuel climbed it without a fall but won't give it a grade. This kind of glacial ice is a different type of endeavor, more of a creative process where you 'construct' your climb by pre-setting the ice screws and icepick placements by using your longest ice screw. There is no way you could even swing into the ice on this near horizontal roof without doing it this way, the physics just don't work out. After it was built sam's execution was a ballet of 'figure-4' and 'figure-9' movements in which he swung his leg over his arms to leverage to the next pick placement, balancing power and grace. And of course like pictured here, the occasional full leg cut out! ~ @brandonjosephbaker @pfaff_anna @hansjoergauer @bhendrix @kakiorr @kbish801 @timkemple @retro_outdoors

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Photo by @michaelchristopherbrown. Refugees play football at sunset in Kakuma Refugee Camp, located in northwestern Kenya near the borders of Uganda and South Sudan.

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@stevewinterphoto for @natgeo A young elephant in the wilds of South Africa. GREAT NEWS!!!! Last year China promised to stop the sale of elephant ivory by the end of 2017. Now it is making good on that promise: 67 ivory carving factories and retail shops across the country will close down on Friday, and the rest by the of the year. This is great news for the 30,000 elephants killed each year for their tusks in Africa. We can each participate on social media and make our voices heard for the elephants that have no voice in their future. When the buying stops the killing can too!! @wildaid As every 15 minutes a elephant is killed for its ivory. We need to make owning ivory an act unbecoming of a civilized people. We need to all become people who respect the lives of elephants and their right to walk this earth as they have for 1000’s of years - free and safe from harm by humans. Please check out the @natgeo IVORY cover story - incredible and important reporting by BryanChristy with exceptional images by #BrentStirton ! @thephotosociety @ngcreative #bigcatsforever #wildaid #iworry #savetheelephants @bertiegregory @nglive #nglive #ngwild @ngwild @natgeowild #natgeowild @thephotosociety #NGcreative #wildlifeconservation #wildlifephotojournalism #BCI #bigcatsintiative @andbeyondsafari #photooftheday #canonusa @canonusa #redcine @africanparksnetwork #ldfoundation @leonardodicaprio @sanctuaryasia

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Images by @joelsartore | A critically endangered Sumatran orangutan named Suzie at the @GladysPorterZoo. (Swipe for more) Female Sumatran orangutans never leave the trees of the forest and males touch the ground very rarely. There are only nine populations of Sumatran orangutans left, and only seven of those have optimistic prospects of long-term viability. Despite legal protection in Indonesia, Sumatran orangutans are still taken from the wild to be kept as pets; they are often considered status symbols in households. Orangutans depend on high-quality forests to live in. Unfortunately, many orangutan populations are located in unprotected areas where humans have begun to develop palm oil plantations and other agricultural farmland. Palm oil is the most widely consumed vegetable oil on Earth and is used in 50% of all packaged products (including shampoo, lipstick, and ice cream), so the demand to continue developing these plantations is high. Deliberate fires set to clear land, as well as killing upon sight by developers, are a significant threats to orangutans. Taking young orangutans from the wild and exporting them into the pet trade is also devastating to the species. Since females give birth every eight or nine years to just one infant at a time, even a 1% decrease in female orangutans per year could put this species on a permanent path toward extinction. To see portraits of a baby Bornean orangutan with its adopted mother, check out @joelsartore. . . #savetheorangutans #orangutan #Sumatra #sumatranorangutans #palmoil #notopalmoil #NOTAPET #photoark #natgeo

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Photo by @jimmy_chin Nothing wrong with a winter stacked full of storm cycles....but we haven't seen much of the sun lately in these parts of Wyoming. @jxnfigs making hay. @natgeo #grandtetonnationalpark

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Photo by @amivitale | For the last 18 years I've been working to cover under-reported issues primarily about women, poverty, health and security. I didn’t realize it when I began but all of these issues are really about our resources and water in particular. I’ve seen firsthand how women in developing countries bear the greatest burden. Women are the primary providers of water, and often spend hours each day hauling water from distant sources. In the photo above from the village of Dambas, in northern Kenya, women are forced to get water from a polluted water hole after years of severe drought. Though the rains came and turned the land green, the problems facing the pastoralists still persist after years of drought that resulted in severe livelihood stress, food insecurity, livestock deaths and high rates of malnutrition. Check out today’s Instagram Story to see more of my work covering the water crisis across the world. - Sponsored by @StellaArtois. Water is a fundamental human need, yet 663 million people around the world today live without access to safe water. Find out how to purchase a Stella Artois limited-edition Chalice and help end the global water crisis at natgeo.com/StellaArtois. Join Stella Artois and @water to learn more about how you can help be the generation to end the global water crisis. #1Chalice5Years

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