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Just another day in Denali National Park 😍
This incredible footage shows a Moose family on a sunset walk through the streets of the park. Currently, Denali National Park is home to about 6,000,000 ACRES of land, and a mountain peak coming in at a 20,310 foot summit. The park is packed with beauty, and is a true must visit gem in Alaska!
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Video by Β© @lauralynphotography

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All Tangled Up πŸ•·
This amazing shot captures the moment a Spider is finished making a web between an Antelope’s horns. The Antelope is quite a majestic animal, native to different areas of Africa and Asia. Their horns can reach up to 5 FEET in some instances, depending on the species!
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Photo by Β© Frank Solomon / Solent News & Photo Agency

Baby bonding with the Ducks πŸ¦†
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Photo by Β© @jakeolsonstudios

Nature can be Fierce. 🐊
Crocodiles aren’t a typical feast for Lions, however, they have been known to attack Lions while they are drinking water on the edges of lakes. A truly remarkable photograph!
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Photo by Β© @mikesutherlandphoto

Perfectly Framed Moonset πŸŒ”
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Photo by Β© @shane_wongperk

Baby Elephant Playing 🐘
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Photo by Β© @awildsole

Baby Wolves first Howling Lesson 🐺
Why do Wolves howl? According to Doug Smith, a researcher at Yellowstone National Park, there are three reasons a wolf howls:

1. To enunciate to nearby wolves that the territory in which they are howling on is theirs and they will protect it at all costs.
2. To locate other members of the pack while on a hunt.
3. And to simply be social. It is not yet known just exactly what they are communicating, but scientific research has concluded that they do so to converse with one another.

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Info via Β©National Geographic

Photo by Β© @jim.zuckerman.photography

Where would you want to wake up? 1, 2, 3? 🌲
Waking up in the Mountains!
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Photo 1 - Austria by Β© @flo.johaenntgen
Photo 2 - Zermatt by Β© @nattesferd
Photo 3 - Seceda by Β© @jordi.koalitic

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Today, approximately 5,000 tigers exist in captivity in the United States alone. That’s almost 2,000 more than exist in the wild. While this looks tragic, poaching is widespread in Africa and have led to a dramatic decline in tiger populations, raising the question: What is the true solution to this problem?
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Photo by Β© Solent News & Photo Agency

Baby Owlet πŸ¦‰
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Photo by Β© Yamkovskaia Marina

Everything the Light touches is our Kingdom 🦁
Mufasa and Simba surveying the land in Africa

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