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#allourrelations #alllifematters #love #life #mind #body #spirit #selfie #earthlings #earth #nature #Peace @Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @joelsartore. Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @joelsartore. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators- #regrann

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"Está fazendo um dia lindo de outono. A praia estava cheia de um vento bom, de uma liberdade..." Clarice Lispector #nature #peace #mar #outono #beach #photoark #photoday #vcs #natgeo #likeforlike #perfect #like #photo #brasil #sky #for #h

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regram @joelsartore Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @natgeo. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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#repost@natgeo: Photo by @joelsartore. Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @joelsartore. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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It's Stellaluna! #repost@joelsartore (@get_repost) ・・・ Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @natgeo. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @natgeo. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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Photo by @joelsartore. Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @joelsartore. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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I would enjoy a pet bat #lookatdatface・・・ Photo by @joelsartore. Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @joelsartore. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @natgeo. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators

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@Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @joelsartore. Happy #pollinatormonday! Pictured here is a lesser short-nosed fruit bat from the @lubeebatconservancy in Gainesville, Florida. This bat feeds on the nectar of fruit flowers. While gathering the nectar with its long tongue, pollen becomes stuck to its fur, and is carried to the anthers (the part of the plant where pollen is made) of the next flower on the menu, allowing the fruit to reproduce. More than 300 species of fruit rely on bats for pollination, including bananas, mango, guava, and cocoa. The economies of many countries are dependent on the exports of these fruits, and would cease to flourish without these graceful pollinators. To see another image of this bat check out @joelsartore. . . #pollinatormonday #natgeo #photoark #savetogether #knowyourpollinators- #regrann

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We took over #timessquarewith @natgeo #PhotoArk photos for #EndangeredSpeciesDay. See what we can #SaveTogether!

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I got you buddy. 🌿 . . . . . . . . #coron #palawan #wildlife #summer2k17 #giraffes

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Due to drought and desertification each year 12 million hectares are lost (23 hectares per minute), where 20 million tons of grain could have been grown. Cada año se pierden 12 millones de hectáreas (23 hectáreas por minuto) como consecuencia de la sequía y la desertificación, en las que podrían cultivarse 20 millones de toneladas de cereales #ods #animals #photoark #spirit #savetogether #wildlife #wildlifephotography #nature #naturephotography #biodiversity #conservation #diamundialdelabiodiversidad #díamundialdelabiodiversidad #biodiversityday

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📜Extremo Austral- Random Gallery 📷 . . Ready to flight- A nice Gentoo penguin(Pygoscelis papua) waiting for departure around the ice 🛫 🐧 🌀❄🌐 . . #wildlifephotography #ice #unlimitedantarctica #natgeotravel #conservation #yourshotphotographer #natgeochile #antarctica #instanature #exploring #naturelovers #photoark #nikonchile #chile_360

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