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1. Life is so delicate.

We conquered the planet and that gives us a responsibility to preserve all species.

Enjoy this thread on beautiful, delicate life.


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#nature #wildlife #biodiversity #NaturePhotography #science #photography #videos

2. Our responsibility to preserve all forms of life is a theme you can read about in The Planet newsletter.

Subscribe to The Planet and start your day with stories about the beauty of nature, or threats like climate change.

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3. All forms of life are fragile, but some are even more so. ๐Ÿฆ

#birds #wildlifephotography #environment #beauty #parenting
(The wasp photo in previous tweet was from a tweet by @raymond_LLM)

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(1/โ€ฆ) Right now, somewhere on this planet, is someone
- showing #kindness
- enjoying spectaculair #nature
- taking #climateaction

You can read those stories in The Planet newsletter.

And somewhere these whales are swimming.

What a wonderful world!

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It needs growth in annual subscribtions or email sign ups to make this initiative successful.

I hope to get ten more today.

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(3/โ€ฆ) These designers used five tons of plastic ocean waste to create a whale.

#whales #oceans #plasticpollution #sustainability #wildlife via @ArtForOurPlanet

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Wasps have generally earned themselves a bad reputation. But despite their occasional aggression, these insects play an important role in the ecosystem. #wasp #wildlifephotography #wildlife
There are over 7,000 wasp species living in the UK, comprising a huge variety of solitary and social species. The majority are parasitoids, which have young that eat insects or spiders alive. However, the most commonly seen wasps are the black and yellow social species.
Colonies of social wasps are considered annoying pests - they often nest in manmade structures and deal out painful stings if you get too close. Yet despite our grievances, the ecosystem actually relies on these underappreciated insects.
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This PhD student from #Kerala wants to show the world that there is more to Indian #wildlife than just tigers and elephantsโ€ฆ

By @Kavitamajumdar
@Kavitamajumdar Sandeep Das realised that he needed to take up photography to help present his findings to a scientific community to prove the unusual sightings of the rare and exotic birds he spotted. He began as a novice shooting pictures, randomly.

#Wildlife #wildlifephotography
@Kavitamajumdar His key area of interest remains amphibians and, to some extent, reptiles. They essentially share the same ecosystem, and both are primarily nocturnal. So, if you study one, you are bound to bump into the other frequently.

#Wildlife #wildlifephotography
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* A thread on lessons I learnt from #wildlife & #nature *

Took to #photography a while ago & have learnt so much along the way.
Wish to share a few lessons via this thread . Hope you all like it ! :))

"Normal is an illusion .
What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly".

Thereby meaning Context is everything . It is context that influences our thoughts & thereby the decision making. Hence one cannot generalise things for it is all subjective to many factors.

This photo juxtaposes the beautiful transition from a caterpillar to the butterfly.
We all need to go through periods of isolation & emerge from our cocoon with our own strength in order to become something in life.
Too much of help & we shall crumble
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I wasn't in touch with him. I hadn't spoken to him in decades. But his elder brother & me were good friends for long though even we didn't meet often. His memory goes back to our school & college days - 1973 to 1980 or so. He was then around 13 yrs old. He was unique even then.
With some friends he had what was called Harry's house. For us though a couple of years older it was like a Enid Blyton fantasy but at whole new level. Reason ? They had snakes which they caught & kept in glass cages. To avoid accidental snake bite in the night their bed was hung
over 2 wooden beams just below the roof & that's where they slept. He & his friends were #wildlife enthusiasts & for us in those days it was both bizarre & exciting & for the parents exasperating. I still remember one day during engineering exams we were about to enter the room
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A thread on Sunbirds of India.
1. Purple Rumped, 2. Crimson, 3. Purple and 4. The rarest - Olive backed, from andamans.
Show yours?

#sunbird #nature #india #natgeo #birdphotography #birding #wildlifephotography ImageImageImageImage
Some more sunbird pics from archives... ImageImageImageImage
@tweetsvirat we are still missing Gould's, Fire tailed, and Ruby cheeked sunbird in here.. help help...
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About climbing my 1st 14er, campaigning for @PeteButtigieg at 14,000ft, finding community with strangers, an electrifying moment, and the biggest surprise of my life!
We arrived at the #MtEvans trailhead around 7:30am, the peak was lost in fast moving clouds. #14er
Mt Evans magnets & shirts don't lie, the GOATS! So awesome.
We had goats greet us at the trailhead, we kept our distance &
ogled them with delight. #14ers
#TeamPete, I brought my @playmobil #minime & a #Pete2020 banner for some inspiring photos exploring #AmericatheBeautiful.
#SummitLake parking lot, with another 2,00-odd ft to ascend to the peak of #MtEvans, a #14er that I can see from my house, SE of Denver!
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