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“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…”

Humpback feeding

Photograph by for A humpback whale lunge feeds in Monterey Bay, California. They use the oceans surface as a net, forcing herring against this layer and then burst through the.

natgeotravel: "Photo by My home in central Oregon is the land of the evergreens; of ponderosa pines and sage of juniper and lavender. What a pleasant surprise to find a grove of aspens in full fall splendor!

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Diver's extraordinary encounter with 50ft humpback whale

Diver and whale high five by Marco Queral. I wanna give a whale a high-five!

Photo @pedromcbride // A grand perspective. Looking back on the journey of a lifetime (so far) — hiking and bleeding some 650 miles by foot through the length of Grand Canyon — I am still trying to digest our relationship with wild places, parks, people, land and water. Like this epic walk, it will take a long time.  100 more miles to go. Full story at the link in my bio @pedromcbride #grandcanyon #chasingrivers

Photo // Looking upstream at the landscape we walked this winter - over 600 miles from Lees Ferry to Western Grand Canyon. Heading back into the lower canyon today to scout the final miles of our transect through this world heritage site.

A BEAUTIFUL WORLD

Photograph by @ (Travis Burke). Sunrises are always special spend them wisely Lake by discovery.

“Photo by @nickcobbing from an expedition on Svalbard this summer. This male bearded seal was relaxing on a piece of glacial ice in a fjord. As with all…”

Photo by from an expedition on Svalbard this summer. This male bearded seal was relaxing on a piece of glacial ice in a fjord. As with all the ice dependent Arctic seals, bearded seals.

Ballena

“Photograph by for The mystery animal in the previous post is the Risso’s Dolphin.

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