Follow Dr Neil Hammerschlag (@drneilhammer) to see more awesome shark photos and learn about sharks. Dr Hammerschlag is a Professor at the University of Miami (UM) and the Director of UM's Shark Research and Conservation Program (@SharkTagging). Photography by @drneilhammer | Swarm of lemon sharks at sunset. Check out those dorsals ...
A protective mother was sheltering her baby as it crossed the road. You can see the baby elephant behind her. This was shot in Amboseli, Kenya, home to hundred of Elephants. For years their number was decreasing dramatically due to poaching but in recent years, thanks to the work of incredible people, such as Nick Brandt's BIG life foundation, there is hope for those beautiful creatures. Photography&caption by @christian_ghammachi
#Repost from @natgeo Video by @bertiegregory. A pair of black-capped donacobius call to affirm their territory. Top bird nerd fact for the day- this type of singing is known as an antiphonal duet - a behaviour few birds are capable of where two individuals or groups sing alternately at speed with great precision! Unfortunately I wasn't recording sound! Filmed in the southern Pantanal, Brazil, on assignment for @stevewinterphoto, @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow Steve and I (@bertiegregory) for news on our jaguar film coming soon!
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