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The most interesting channel about nature, travel, adventures, science news. Unofficial fan page Owner:  @JamesFreemanQ  buy ads:  https://telega.io/channels/NatGeoSociety/card?r=d8caDv0I  
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Just another day in paradise for this polar bear, rolling around in the snow!⁠

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Red-eyed tree frog in Costa Rica
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"This adorable sea slug had a hard time fighting the current. But it did extraordinary well and deserves the name 'Tiny Sea FlapFlap' 😜 Members of the Chromodorididae family are known for their 'mantle flapping' behavior. However, it is not fully understood why they are doing it. I could imagine that it's part of sensing their environment. My best guess: it has something to do with smelling!" 🐌 Goniobranchus geometricus 📍 Amed, Bali 🇮🇩

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An orange fluff ball in Costa Rica. Otherwise known as a flame colored tanager.
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This is clearly not the first time these capuchins robbed someone of their lunch on the Costa Rican beach. They looked like pros

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Fanciest bra in the West! (Volume up!!)

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Welcome to Koh Kood island 🍃

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American crocodile patrols the shallow mangroves in Gardens of the Queen. 🐊

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Atlantic puffins off the coast of Maine

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Spiny spiky devil 👹 "This must be my best observation in the cloud forests of Ecuador (Mindo). This is a genus of nocturnal, conehead katydids, called Panacanthus. They’re incredibly hard to find, due to their camouflage. They often sit on moss and lichen, making them practically invisible. This is a subadult female, easy to sex due to the huge ovipositor (the big stinger, only used to lay eggs). These Katydids are predatory, hunting everything from frogs to moth, but occasionally also eat fruit. And absolutely stunning animal, I put her exactly back where I found her and payed her for her troubles with a fresh caught moth. She devoured that one happily, haven’t seen her since."
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Peaceful landscapes of North Albania!🐎 📍North Albania🇦🇱

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Trying to wake up on a Sunday morning be like: 🦭 This elephant seal pup is trying to catch some much needed sleep! Elephant seals have been observed sleeping for an hour or less a day on land. Considering they’re almost always underwater, these pinnipeds can devote only a few minutes to breathing at the surface between dives — which is hardly long enough for a nap. These precarious sleeping habits have led scientists to believe that these seals sleep as they sink in the sea.
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No animal seems to embrace the idea of family like the dolphin. A group of dolphins, or pod, can consist of up to 1,000 dolphins who take care of each other when sick or unwell. On top of that, a dolphin calf will stay with mom for several years before going out on its own.

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Say hello to the Matschie's tree kangaroo! This species is endemic to the Huon Peninsula of New Guinea, but is named after a German zoologist named Paul Matschie. Sadly, it is estimated that there are only around 2,500 adult Matschie’s tree kangaroos left in the wild due to habitat loss, human consumption, and animal trade.
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During courtship, male calliope hummingbirds hover at an accelerated 95 flaps per second! ❤️ 🦜

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This is a colugo, also known as a flying lemur! They are on the smaller side weighing at most 4 pounds, and eat mostly fruits and vegetation. 🍊🌿
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It may be the small, but the Fennec fox is mighty! The hallmark of this animal is their massive ears. They serve two important functions: to listen for prey and dissipate excess desert heat!

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Koalas and human fingerprints are so similar that they have been confused at crime scenes before. 🐨
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Is it possible to for a marine animal to be a poor swimmer? It is in the case of the leafy seadragon! What they lack in mobility, they make up for in their appearance, which serves as camouflage against predators.

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Bar-tailed godwits have some impressive migration behaviors. They can fly non-stop for almost 7,000 miles without stopping for rest or food!
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Elephant parade in the Maasai Mara

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A Burrowing owlet practices Michael Jackson’s moonwalk…

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All skunks spray an unpleasant odor to deter predators, but spotted skunks will warn you beforehand with an impressive handstand. 🦨
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✅ English name: Swallow-tailed Hummingbird ✅ Scientific name: Eupetomena macroura ✅ Brazilian name: beija-flor-tesoura ✅ Atlantic Forest, Brazil

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Best friends forever…

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🫣 NOT THE JELLYFISH 🫣 Jellyfish, despite being ~90% water, are eaten by a range of different critters and are staples of the diets of some animals which you would least expect! The Leatherback turtle 🐢 (Dermochelys coriacea) which is the largest of all turtle species, reaching 2m/6.5ft in length and 600kg/1300lbs in weight, feed almost exclusively on jellyfish! It is thought that adult Leatherbacks eat around 330kg/727lbs(+/-210kg/462lbs) of jellyfish per day which is equivalent to 261 Lions Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata)! That is an insane amount of jellyfish! In the video you can a green sea turtle 🐢, Chelonia mydas, attempting to eat a moon jellyfish, Aurelia aurita ଳ
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"Love this little guy! I hope he’ll get to be one massive elephant when he grows up! "

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The variegated antpitta (Grallaria varia) is a species of bird in the family Grallariidae. It is found in southeastern Brazil, eastern Paraguay, the Guianas and the northern Amazon Basin. Its range extends to Venezuela in the northwest; in the Amazon Basin, it is found in the downstream half of the basin, as well as in the Atlantic outlet region of the neighboring Tocantins-Araguaia River drainage to the southeast.

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Meet the Warty Frogfish a.k.a. Clown Frogfish. The juveniles are usually found in shallow coral reefs or around sandy/rocky shore lines. Frogfishes belong to the family of anglerfishes. Evolution turned their first dorsal spine into a fishing rod (take a close look at the pink pom-pom that is floating on top of its head!). By moving it they attract smaller fish which they then swallow as soon as they are in strike range. But besides that, they are really lazy and don't move a lot. Once settled down on top of a comfortable sea sponge (or similar), they just relax for the next weeks. They even can change their skin color to match their environment and avoid to be seen by unannounced visitors. True masters of camouflage. By the way: this lovely baby specimen was only about 2 cm long 😊 🐠 Antennarius maculatus (juvenile) 📍 Amed, Bali 🇮🇩
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When you got an itch that you can’t reach…

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