OUR PLANET DAILY @ourplanetdaily
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Adventure with us 🌎 #OurPlanetDaily
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Adventure with us 🌎 #OurPlanetDaily
Urban Habitat in Singapore πŸƒ . Follow πŸ‘‰@ourplanetdaily for more! . πŸ“Έ: @highonmars
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Hanging Above the Clouds 🦌 . Follow πŸ‘‰@ourplanetdaily for more! . πŸ“Έ: @diegostevnson
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Meet LOVEY the MOOSE! πŸƒ . Dan and Lovey the Moose have been friends ever since she walked onto his property as a young calf many years ago. Moose are widely considered to be powerful and dangerous by humans, but over the years these two have made an incredible bond of friendship between man and animal. While Moose are hunted tremendously in Alaska, Lovey lives in a protected area visiting Dan every so often, meaning she is free from the threat! Follow πŸ‘‰@ourplanetdaily for more! . πŸŽ₯: @akshiloh
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Infrared Photography at Salt Lake City! 😍 . Follow πŸ‘‰@ourplanetdaily for more! . πŸ“Έ: @samuel_lethier
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Tag a friend! Meet the Saiga Antelope! This incredibly unique creature is critically endangered and resides predominantly in certain areas of Russia and Asia. Photo by Β© @timflachphotography
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Come on, I do not bite Tag a Friend who should see this shot! πŸ‘‡πŸΌ Photo and Caption by Β© @sergey_polyushko
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Ensuring the path, stable as it stands. Lifting it up, with two giant hands. Follow πŸ‘‰ @ourplanetdaily for more! Photo and Caption by Β© @smashpop
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READ BELOW FOR FULL STORY: Deep in a thick stand of conifers not far from the Pennsylvania border in Cattaraugus County, a 238-pound sow had hunkered down for the winter, three feet deep in the middle of blowdown on a south-facing hill. On Thursday, DEC wildlife staff visited a female #bear and her three male #cubs to collect valuable data that will help researchers and biologists monitor black bear populations and health in New York. While the sow was sedated, biologists were able to tag the cubs and quickly gather data on all four #bears. DEC staff had handled the sow this past July in response to a nuisance situation. By placing a radio collar on her neck, DEC biologists were then able to locate her den this winter. DEC will continue to monitor the den and the cubs over the next year. Video and Information by Β© @nysdec from Β© NYSDEC Facebook
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