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Just saw that the People's Choice winner of the 2017 #Wildlife Photographer of the Year was a terrific photo by Jo-Anne McArthur of a western lowland #gorilla named Pikin and her caretaker Apollinaire in a truck as she was being moved to a new enclosure with @ApeActionAfrica. Reminded me of this shot when we moved #easternlowland or #Grauers gorilla Ntabwoba to join others in 2006 (note he has been in a strictly managed quarantine which is why the caretakers are not wearing masks). Sadly Ntabwoba died suddenly in 2014, but after many happy years with other gorillas in DRC. Gorillas remain under threat from habitat loss, poaching and disease and these orphans represent the lucky victims who survive long enough to get to sanctuaries. @nhm_wpy #wpy #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #illegalwildlifetrade #bushmeat @gorilladoctors @savinggorillas @gracegorillas #eaternlowlandgorilla

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#Repost with @Repostlyapp The @natural_history_museum recently ran a competition to find the best wildlife photographer – and took the choices to the people. The winner: Jo-Anne McArthur, with this image of rescued lowland gorilla Pikin and her human companion, Appolinaire.
A heartwarming, happy image to help you end the week! #📷: Jo-Anne McArthur, courtesy Natural History Museum

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☺️This female leopard, called Fundi by local guides, is well known in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Martin van Lokven framed her magnificent gaze when she left the tree she was resting in and stopped by his car.
Image: Leopard gaze by Martin van Lokven, The Netherlands.
Is this shot your #WPYPeoplesChoice winner? See the shortlisted images and have your say via the link in our profile.
The winning image will be revealed on 13 February and showcased in the #WPY53 exhibition at the @natural_history_museum, London, open until 28 May 2018.
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Image: Saved but Caged
by Steve Winter
Finalist 2017, The WildLife PhotoJournalist Award: Single Image
Indonesia Island of Sumatra



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Regram from @NHM_WPY:

This footage and photography from #WPY53 finalist @Adrian Steirn reveals the relationship between a group of dedicated caregivers working to aid the recovery of pangolins confiscated from poachers in Zimbabwe.
Known as ‘the pangolin men’ this group dedicate their lives to the world’s most trafficked mammal by offering them one-on-one, 24 hour care.
These pangolins are some of the lucky ones. In spite of a global ban on their trade, pangolins continue to be the most trafficked mammal in the world, sold for their meat and scales.
Footage and images: Adrian Steirn.
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Credit to from @nhm_wpy - Known as ‘the pangolin men’ this group devotes their time to the world’s most trafficked mammal by offering them one-on-one, 24 hour care.

These pangolins are some of the lucky ones. In spite of a global ban on their trade, pangolins continue to be the most trafficked mammal in the world, sold for their meat and scales.
Footage and images: #WPY53 finalist @adriansteirn.
See Adrian’s awarded image from this story at the @natural_history_museum, London until 28 May.

#WPY #worldpangolinday #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WildlifePhotography #Nature #Wildlife #PangolinDay
#WildAnimals #Pangolins #Pangolins #Endangered #EndangeredSpecies #NaturePhotography #NaturalBeauty #WildlifePhotographer #PhotographyContest #Photography #PhotoOfTheDay #PhotographyCompetition #NaturalHistoryMuseum - #regrann

Regram from @NHM_WPY:

For #WorldPangolinDay we’re showcasing the work of #WPY53 finalist Adrian Steirn, which highlights the work of dedicated conservationists working to aid the recovery of pangolins rescued from poachers in Zimbabwe, and highlights the plight of the world’s most trafficked mammal.
Poachers kill hundreds of thousands of pangolins each year, largely because the hard scales covering their bodies are thought to be medicinal in some communities. Despite international laws protecting the pangolin, the killing continues.

We’ll be sharing more footage and images from this story later today in honour of this threatened and often overlooked species.
You can see Adrian’s awarded image from this project in the #WPY53 exhibition, open at the Museum until 28 May 2018. For further info and tickets, visit nhm.ac.uk/wpy.

#WPY #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WildlifePhotography #Nature #Wildlife #PangolinDay
#WildAnimals #Pangolins #Pangolins #Endangered #EndangeredSpecies #NaturePhotography #NaturalBeauty #WildlifePhotographer #PhotographyContest #Photography #PhotoOfTheDay #PhotographyCompetition #NaturalHistoryMuseum

Known as ‘the pangolin men’ this group devotes their time to the world’s most trafficked mammal by offering them one-on-one, 24 hour care.

These pangolins are some of the lucky ones. In spite of a global ban on their trade, pangolins continue to be the most trafficked mammal in the world, sold for their meat and scales.
Footage and images: #WPY53 finalist @adriansteirn.
See Adrian’s awarded image from this story at the @natural_history_museum, London until 28 May.

#WPY #worldpangolinday #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WildlifePhotography #Nature #Wildlife #PangolinDay
#WildAnimals #Pangolins #Pangolins #Endangered #EndangeredSpecies #NaturePhotography #NaturalBeauty #WildlifePhotographer #PhotographyContest #Photography #PhotoOfTheDay #PhotographyCompetition #NaturalHistoryMuseum

For #WorldPangolinDay we’re showcasing the work of #WPY53 finalist @adriansteirn which tells the story of conservationists working to aid the recovery of pangolins rescued from poachers in Zimbabwe.
Poachers kill hundreds of thousands of pangolins each year, largely because the hard scales covering their bodies are thought to be medicinal in some communities. Despite international laws protecting the pangolin, the killing continues.
We’ll be sharing more footage and images from this story later today in honour of this threatened and often overlooked species.

You can see Adrian’s awarded image from this project in the #WPY53 exhibition, open at the @natural_history_museum, London until 28 May 2018.

#WPY #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WildlifePhotography #Nature #Wildlife #PangolinDay
#WildAnimals #Pangolins #Pangolins #Endangered #EndangeredSpecies #NaturePhotography #NaturalBeauty #WildlifePhotographer #PhotographyContest #Photography #PhotoOfTheDay #PhotographyCompetition #NaturalHistoryMuseum

It's #WorldPangolinDay and #WorldWhaleDay - see images of both incredible mammals at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Find out more about #WPY53 at nhm.ac.uk/wpy

Image 1: Giant gathering © Tony Wu
Image 2: Saved by compassion © Adrian Steirn

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The light after sunset in Okaukuejo is as beautiful as they say... #Etosha National Park

70 mm, 60s, F9,0, ISO 500; 5D MIV, 70-200mm

#elephant #bluehour #wildlife #photography

This pangolin’s minder was cautious about Adrian’s presence. His charge was shy and it had taken him many moments of patience and round-the-clock care to gain its trust. Respecting this bond and the pangolin’s rehabilitation, Adrian worked carefully to create this intimate and compelling portrait.
Recovering after its confiscation from poachers, this pangolin is one of the lucky ones. In spite of a global ban on their trade, pangolins continue to be the most trafficked mammal in the world, sold for their meat and scales. As with any conservation story, the situation is highly complex, with embedded cultural beliefs fuelling the black market.
Look out for more pangolin content tomorrow, which we'll be sharing in honour of #WorldPangolinDay.
Image: Saved by compassion by Adrian Steirn, Australia.
Finalist 2017, The Wildlife Photojournalist Award: Single Image
#WPY #WildlifePhotographerOfTheYear #WildlifePhotography #Nature #Wildlife #PangolinDay
#WildAnimals #Pangolins #Pangolins #Endangered #EndangeredSpecies #NaturePhotography #NaturalBeauty #WildlifePhotographer #PhotographyContest #Photography #PhotoOfTheDay #PhotographyCompetition #NaturalHistoryMuseum

Today's yogi inspiration -----------------------------------------------------
#Repost @danielle_radulski
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The B E A U T Y (and frustrations) of C O M M U N I C A T I O N
We all communicate and share in different ways.
Sometimes we know when we’re on the same page as someone
And sometimes we have NO idea.

I’ve been researching a bit about this because I find it SO interesting.
From friends to family and everyone in between-
We all have our own unique way of communicating.

These are the four MAIN (but not all) types of communication:
1️⃣ Interpersonal: communication between a small group of individuals, typically in a face-to-face setting.
2️⃣ Non-Verbal: anything other than words, such as gestures, actions, facial expressions, body language and other aspects of your physical appearance, that, when SEEN, communicate something.
3️⃣ Written: any type of message that includes the use of the written word.
4️⃣ Oral: expressing information or ideas by mouth.

I communicate primarily in NON-VERBAL ways.
On occasion I’ll open up and speak to someone verbally,
But usually I’m guilty of the cold-shoulder method 🙈
I also find a lot of expression through MOVEMENT.
Based on how I’m feeling- my movements will either be heavy or soft, Gentle or not.

Both of these methods have pros and cons but the non-verbal is something I’m REALLY working on.
Not being afraid to feel VULNERABLE and open up in other ways that may help others understand me more.

But the beauty of communication is that it’s ALL different,
And we can LEARN something from each mode of communication.

If you’d like- share with me in the comments below what you think your primary communication method is - and how you think it translates (good or bad) into daily life!

Wearing all @koa.nyc
📸 @andreea_chidu
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The @natural_history_museum recently ran a competition to find the best wildlife photographer – and took the choices to the people. The winner: Jo-Anne McArthur, with this image of rescued lowland gorilla Pikin and her human companion, Appolinaire.
A heartwarming, happy image to help you end the week! #📷: Jo-Anne McArthur, courtesy Natural History Museum

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#naturalhistorymuseum #wpy #wildlifephotographeroftheyear #peopleschoiceaward #photographer #photography #photojournalism #lowlandgorilla #london #animals #heartwarming #wildlife #wpy53

The love just keeps coming for Jo-Anne McArthur's award-winning image of Appolinaire & Pikin! It has now been seen by MILLIONS of people all over the world, shared by countless wonderful instagrammers & featured by major international news networks. It's a wonderful time for Jo, but also for animals everywhere, as the image beings attention to their plight and spreads a message of compassion and the need for change 💪🏽⠀

#Repost @weanimals
Feeling all of the ❤ this Valentine's Day!⠀
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Thank you all SO much for your support, your shares, your messages, and your commitment to telling this story of compassion and conservation in action. This is a big moment for us and for animals. Thank you for sharing it ❤💕

La foto, vincitrice della categoria People’s Choice Award al concorso "Wildlife Photographer of the Year", è stata scattata in Camerun, nel 2009. Pikin è una gorilla ancora “cucciola" di 6 anni. L’uomo è Appollinaire Ndohoudou, ciadiano e suo custode. Pikin durante il viaggio è sedata, e la fotografa Jo-Anne McArthur le riesce a scattare una foto nei brevi momenti in cui riapre gli occhi per guardarsi attorno e poi riaddormentarsi tra le braccia di Appolinaire.
@Regranned from @nhm_wpy - We're delighted to announce the WINNER of the #WPYPeoplesChoice Award is Jo-Anne McArthur with her heart-warming image Pikin and Appolinaire. Thank you to everyone who voted, and congratulations, Jo-Anne!
Jo-Anne's intimate photograph of a lowland gorilla and one of her rescuers depicts conservation in action and highlights our connection with our fellow apes. Pikin, the lowland gorilla, had been captured and removed from her habitat to be sold for bushmeat, but was rescued by Ape Action Africa.

Image by Jo-Anne McArthur/ @weanimals
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This intimate moment was captured by Canadian wildlife photographer, Jo-Anne McArthur @weanimals , who won the People’s Choice award @natural_history_museum. Pikin was waking up with her caretaker as they were transporting her to a safe enclosure, after rescuing her from poachers. Jo-Anne speaks to share the stories of animals and raise awareness of what is happening. #animals #endangeredanimals #wpy #weanimals #wildlifephotogrqphy #wildlife #photojournalism

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