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Photo by @paulnicklen After 17 years with National Geographic, wildlife conservation photographer and cinematographer Paul Nicklen (@paulnicklen) felt compelled to start something new. “I wanted to see immediate impact through photography,” explains Paul, who co-founded SeaLegacy (@sea_legacy), a collective of visual storytellers who document the biggest issues facing our oceans today. “My goal is to use my camera to connect people to the species of animals that need our help.” On #WildlifeConservationDay, Paul offers this message: “I want people to understand that animals are all part of a complex ecosystem. You cannot dismiss an insect while pouring your love and attention into panda bears and baby white harp seals. We need to realize that entire ecosystems are connected, from the very top to the very bottom.” Starting today, when people search for a hashtag associated with harmful behavior to animals or the environment, they will see a content advisory screen. We are committed to fostering a safer, kinder world both on Instagram and beyond.

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@telefonmerkezim

2017.12.14. 19:45
yeterki ayı deyin :))

@__mkn666__

2017.12.14. 20:31
شفت الدب يكرز حب كتلة انطيني وكلي ؟

@naraabril8375

2017.12.15. 03:06
Te aamooo

@naraabril8375

2017.12.15. 03:07
May love

@dominic_xaverius

2017.12.15. 03:50
F4L 😁😁😁

@itsagloriousworld

2017.12.15. 04:14
Starving polar bears tho

@tiakathleenpadula

2017.12.15. 05:31
I love you Polar Bears. May you please be saved.

@iammaulana_21

2017.12.15. 09:34
Bear

@zippkosk

2017.12.15. 11:36
Jaka vyra

@sachinmishra2978

2017.12.15. 11:45
Wow 👏👏👏👏😍😍😍💓💓

@sammyeats8

2017.12.15. 11:52
I feel bad for the polar bears their habitat is melting away, which means once the ice is gone polar bears will be gone soon after

@aghaei4233

2017.12.15. 15:33
Hope for be alive for ever buddy

@asrewberry15

2017.12.15. 16:28
😀

@kocyigit_adnan

2017.12.15. 18:21
gt

@ozelshbet

2017.12.15. 18:29
Gt

@leilakhaled6928

2017.12.15. 20:20
Cute 😆😋

@samaralesly

2017.12.15. 21:11
Q teisteza

@josefabattistini

2017.12.16. 00:53
Es bellísimo hay que proteger

@islamia_mia

2017.12.16. 05:09
BERLI INGATT @iftitahberli 😂😂

@octavianasella

2017.12.16. 05:11
Gemesim

@octavianasella

2017.12.16. 05:11
Gemesin*

@abualshawarib

2017.12.16. 05:35
على جميع المعلمين التقيد بااللغه العربيه الفصحى خلال شرح الدروس للطلاب او اللهجة الكويتيه وليس اللهجة المصريه

@abualshawarib

2017.12.16. 05:35
هذا واجب الاداره

@obidovdemir08

2017.12.16. 12:50
Gt

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2017.12.16. 13:56
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@elenaisaeva8619

2017.12.16. 16:02
Какой беленький в московском зоопарке они ржавые

@mary_8329

2017.12.16. 16:39
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@cafe_glider

2017.12.16. 17:26
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2017.12.16. 17:53
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2017.12.16. 17:53
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