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#Repost @natgeo with @appreposter Photo by @FransLanting Adorable, but vulnerable, three cheetah cubs watch their mother hunt in the Serengeti Plains, a few weeks after they first emerged from a den inside the rocks where they spent their first month hiding from predators like lions, hyenas, and leopards. More than half of all cheetah cubs do not survive the first four weeks of life and most of the rest do not make it beyond their first year. Cheetahs can’t climb trees like leopards, they can’t dig burrows like hyenas, and they’re not social like lions, so they are vulnerable no matter where they are. I photographed these cubs on assignment for @NatGeo and we cheered on their mother as she was facing the difficult challenges of motherhood alone. I’m posting this image in recognition of International Cheetah Day and I’d like to salute the individuals and organizations who are in the forefront of safeguarding a future for these endangered cats and hope that you will support them too. Thanks to Luke Dollar and NatGeo’s Big Cat Initiative, Laurie Marker and her Namibia-based Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF ), Rebecca Klein and the Cheetah Conservation Botswana project (CCB ) and Luke Hunter and his colleagues at Panthera. Follow me @FransLanting for more images of cheetahs and other inhabitants of Wild Africa. @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #Cheetah #BigCats #BigCatsInitiative #CheetahConservationFund #Panthera #Endangered
#Repost @natgeotravel with @appreposter @FransLanting Tales from a Malagasy friend led me to an area called Tsingy de Bemaraha in western Madagascar. By helicopter, I flew toward the walls of a huge plateau and when we rose above it, I gasped. A labyrinth of limestone pinnacles up to 100 feet tall stretched as far as my eyes could see. The landscape was eroded by water over time into fantastic spires with hidden caverns below. At the time, this area of Madagascar was virtually unknown, but it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow me @FransLanting to see more remarkable landscapes from around the world. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #Madagascar #TsingydeBemeraha #WorldHeritageSite #Pinnacle #Explore #Discover #Fantasy
#Repost @natgeo with @appreposter Photograph by @thomaspeschak A Nazca booby stretches its wings after returning to Wolf Island after a feeding trip out in the Pacific Ocean. These seabirds often build nests in the near impenetrable thickets of Opuntia cacti. Shot on assignment for @NatGeo magazine. In collaboration #galapagosnationalpark and @darwinfound @natgeocreative #followme @thomaspeschak for more photographs from the Galápagos Islands.
#Repost @natgeo with @appreposter Photo by @renan_ozturk // The Ruth Gorge, Alaska. These are among the largest in the world, with the 5,000 ft east face of Mt Dickey, which also extends 4,000 ft beneath the glacier! One of the things that really draws me to this place is the fact that the glaciers are still so thick and alive, something you don't get in the Himalaya which look more melted out and suffering from climate change. But not even these glaciers will last forever if we don't act now. #actonclimate @alexhonnold @freddiewilkinson @sanctityofspace
#Repost @nasa with @appreposter We've discovered a new mode of ice loss in Greenland. A new NASA study finds that during Greenland's hottest summers on record, 2010 and 2012, the ice in Rink Glacier on the island's west coast didn't just melt faster than usual, it slid through the glacier's interior in a gigantic wave, like a warmed freezer pop sliding out of its plastic casing. The wave persisted for four months, with ice from upstream continuing to move down to replace the missing mass for at least four more months. Seen here is the Rink Glacier in western Greenland, with a meltwater lake visible center. Credits: NASA #nasa #icebridge #earth #glacier #greenland #ice
#Repost @natgeo with @appreposter Photo: @andy_mann // Lemon Sharks gather at the surface during dusk in the Bahamas. This particular species enjoy the many benefits of group living such as enhanced communication and courtship. It's a true honor to spend time in the water with these amazing apex predators. // #followme @andy_mann to go into the depths at night with our finned friends.
#Repost @natgeo with @appreposter Photo by @BrianSkerry A large Tiger Shark swims alongside a diver in the Bahamas. With the Tiger Shark once considered the most dangerous shark species in tropical waters, researchers are just now beginning to understand behaviors that were once a mystery. Despite being large predators, life in the ocean is difficult, and these creatures face many challenges in order to survive. As with all species of shark, the Tiger Shark faces declining populations worldwide due to the continued demand for shark fins. Photographed on assignment for @NatGeo Magazine. This photo appears on the back cover of my new book - entitled ‘SHARK’ - which will be available on June 13th wherever books are sold. This book is filled with photos of sharks, and it chronicles my personal journey of photographing sharks worldwide over the past 40 years. Follow me on Instagram, @BrianSkerry , to see more photos from the book and to learn more about my adventures as a National Geographic photographer. #shark #sharks #bahamas #tropics #caribbean #tigershark #predator #underwater #photography #natgeo #nationalgeographic #conservation #preservation #savesharks #photooftheday
#Repost @natgeo with @appreposter Photograph by Stefano Unterthiner @stefanounterthiner A group of inquisitive whooper swan on a frozen stretch of Hokkaido's Notsuke Bay, Japan, where they wintering. Whoopers start migrating in March and return South in the latter half of September. Breeding territory spans half the globe, from Iceland to the Aleutians. Photograph from my @natgeo magazine story ‘Swan Serenade’. Follow me @stefanounterthiner to see more images from my personal projects and my work with @natgeo #white #Japan #frozen #start #migration #bird #serenade
#Repost @appreposter Video by @joelsartore | A Key Largo woodrat sniffs his surroundings at the start of a portrait session. Believe it or not, this is one of the most endangered rodents on this side of the planet. Massive development in the Florida Keys, combined with feral cats, have been deadly to this little rodent. Captive breeding helps, but setting aside and protecting some wild lands are critical to the species' long-term survival. #Follow @joelsartore to see more incredible creatures!
#Repost natgeo with @appreposter Photo @pedromcbride // A changing landscape. With 2016 proving to be the warmest year on record, Alaska feels it. According to data throughout the last frontier, Alaska is warming almost twice as fast as the rest of the United States. Its vanishing glaciers are telling the same story. #climatechange #lastfrontier