Инстаграм National Geographic

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Официальный инстаграм National Geographic
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National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 01 июня 2020
natgeo Photo by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz | Pandemics are precarious for confined animal feeding operations—putting the industrialized world’s protein supply at risk. This is the largest egg farm in Brazil, which produces 2.7 million eggs a day from four million birds—all without the touch of a human hand. Both feed and eggs are moved via conveyor belts. From a biosecurity perspective, it’s safer for the birds that way. To explore more of our world, follow @geosteinmetz.
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 01 июня 2020
natgeo Photo by @BrianSkerry | A harp seal pup sleeps sheltered from the wind by an ice formation while it waits for its mother to return from a dive beneath the ice pack in Canada’s Gulf of St. Lawrence. The months of February and March are typically pupping season in this region, but thinning ice due to climate change over the last decade has caused problems for this species. Survival long term will require adapting to the loss of sea ice if these trends continue. Follow @BrianSkerry and get up close to marine wildlife. #seals #harpseals #ice #canada #climatechange
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 01 июня 2020
natgeo Photo by @iantehphotography | That Time. It doesn’t seem so long ago that I was in Saint-Malo, France, watching these children take exuberant flying leaps off a diving platform into the sea—their bodies striking dynamic poses while momentarily suspended, then hurtling through the air and into the cold water. Splash! It was another world and a different time, when crowds weren't considered a threat to one's health. And traveling didn't feel like a distant memory. How that has changed, at least for a while longer. That summer, when I toured this historic walled port on the northwestern coast of France—I can almost feel the sand beneath my feet and smell the salty air again. #halcyondays #precovid19 #stmalo #france
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 01 июня 2020
natgeo Photo by @andreabruce | Mayor Maria Patricia Arce Guzman, 48, of Vinto, Bolivia, was attacked during violent protests after the 2019 election. She believes she was targeted because she's a woman and because she supports female empowerment programs. Take a look at the June 2020 issue and the story "Taking the Lead," for which I photographed the inspiring women of Bolivia, New Zealand, Iraq, and Afghanistan who have made huge gains in achieving political power, but still face cultural resistance, and even violence, as their influence increases. Story was written by Rania Abouzeid. Follow me @andreabruce for more photos and stories. Check out Nat Geo's link in bio for more on this story.
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 01 июня 2020
natgeo National Geographic long has told the story of the human journey, documenting both our successes and some of our darkest hours. This is one of those times when we need a bright light on truth. We remain committed to shining that light on the issue of race in America, exploring inequality and discrimination, and hope our storytelling can build understanding and help lead to justice. — These images were photographed by @waynelawrence for Nat Geo’s 2018 Race issue.  We teamed up with ESPN’s The Undefeated to ask African Americans and Latinos across the U.S. what it’s like to be racially profiled during a traffic stop, and the ripple effect such incidents can have on families and communities.
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 31 мая 2020
natgeo Photos by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder | The family of George Floyd grieves on May 30, 2020, at the spot where he died in police custody. Thousands of supporters gathered to offer their support, play music, and give lectures.
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 31 мая 2020
natgeo Photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder | Datelle Straub, Avery Lewis, and Titan Harness-Reed arrive at the Minneapolis protest wearing their 2020 graduation caps and gowns from Patrick Henry High School. They had a virtual ceremony due to COVID-19. “Because of COVID we couldn’t walk the stage, so we decided to put our robes on to show that there is black excellence in our community. And we walked the streets as our stage and protested,” Straub said. When he saw police approaching, he lifted his diploma. “As we were walking, cops jumped out of a van and aimed their guns at me and my friends. And put a red dot on our chests. It’s just frustrating that they are OK with killing the future.”
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 31 мая 2020
natgeo Photo by @edkashi | André Sayegh, mayor of Paterson, and his wife, Farhanna Sayegh, are seen with two of their three children (Sophia and Kayla) at their Paterson home, in New Jersey. Mayor Sayegh and the first lady are both survivors of the COVID-19 virus. Since the pandemic hit in March, they have recorded and broadcast a weekly show called "Silk City Story Time," in which to they read children’s books to residents. Follow me @edkashi for more from #RisingToTheCall, highlighting stories within New Jersey. #wewillprevail #lifeduringcorona #newjersey #gardenstate
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 31 мая 2020
natgeo Photo by @acacia.johnson | A brown bear nurses her cubs on the shore of Chinitna Bay, a renowned brown bear viewing area in Alaska's Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Here, large numbers of brown bears gather to graze on sedge grass, fish for salmon, and dig for clams–and people come from all over the world to watch them. But the bears are endangered by the proposed Pebble Mine, which would risk poisoning the ecosystem and involve a sprawling transport corridor within these bears' wandering ranges. Follow me at @acacia.johnson to learn more about protecting this remarkable wilderness. #alaska #brownbears #pebblemine Check out Nat Geo's link in bio for more on this story.
National Geographic в инстаграм – фото от 31 мая 2020
natgeo Photo by Trevor Frost @tbfrost | A green striped vine snake coils in the hands of a herpetologist at @hojanueva in the Peruvian Amazon. Snakes are more complex and intelligent than most of us think. Luckily science is beginning to show this. A new study published in the journal Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology suggests garter snakes "are surprisingly social, forming 'friendships' with fellow serpents." One thing is for sure: we still have so much to learn about our world, especially the intelligence of nonhuman animals. Head over to @tbfrost to see more photos of snakes!