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Living light under the Milky Way in Tasmania, Australia 🇦🇺 Photo by @james.garlick

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"Lynx. Slow motion. I have always wanted to see a Lynx: in @visitnordlys that wish finally came true. Something about its appearance made it seem so agile and stealthy. The in-the-flesh experience did not disappoint: the Lynx moves slightly and rapidly. With massive paws and long arms, the tread silently. There one second, gone the next. Here, we see a brief moment of rest. All this is part of the winter magic." | Video by ©️ Joe Shutter (@joe_shutter ) #discover_earthpix

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Lights will guide you home...✨💡🚌
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Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, #California, U.S. 🇺🇸 | Photography by ©️ Luke Tyree @luketyreephotography

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Thinking about Monday like.. 🐱
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Who wants to stay in this cabin ? 🇳🇴 | Photography by ©️ Ole Henrik Skjelstad @ole.henrik.skjelstad

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When Christmas is near 🐶🎄
Photo by: @samoyedjazz

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Video by @paulnicklen // “This is what a starving—not old—polar bear looks like. The muscles atrophy. They have no energy. It’s a slow, painful death. When scientists say polar bears will be extinct in the next 100 years, I think of 25,000 bears dying like this. There is no band aid solution. The simple truth is this—if the Earth continues to warm, we will lose species. We must reduce our carbon footprint, go vegetarian, stop cutting down our forests, and begin putting the Earth—our home—first.” - @paulnicklen
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