Istražite svijet kroz objektiv Instagram profila @natgeotravel

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Istražite svijet kroz objektiv Instagram profila @natgeotravel

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Svijet je velik. Istražite ga kroz objektiv naših fotoreportera. Poruka je ovo koju ćete zateći na Instagram profilu @natgeotravel.

Njihovi fotoreporteri donose sjajne fotografije iz svih dijelova planete, u čijem su fokusu priroda i živa bića.

Snimci bajkovitih predjela, životinja i ljudi donose atmosferu određenih podneblja, a svaki je istinsko malo remek-djelo.

Istražite svijet kroz ove fotografije u uživajte u prizorima koje donosi profil @natgeotravel.

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Photo by @Jonathan_Irish | There aren’t many cuter things in the world than baby animals. So when I heard that @sararacamp, the camp I was staying at in northern Kenya, had rescued a baby reticulated giraffe, I asked to see him. And what a beauty he was. He stood about as tall as me (6’3”) and was very friendly and inquisitive. He had been found alone and abandoned, and without being taken in he would have likely died. Nobody knows why he was left alone, but it was probably due to a lack of water in this dry northern desert. He will be fed and taken care of until he is healthy and strong, at which point he will be reintegrated with his own kind. Until then, he’s more than happy to say hello.

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Photos by @hellokrisdavidson | One of the most memorable experiences of my career was meeting the wolves at W.O.L.F. (Wolves Offered Life and Friendship), a nonprofit nestled in the foothills northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado. With a racing heart, I followed the caretakers' lead. I sat on a stump, just breathing in the fresh mountain air, until I felt a gentle bump on the back of my head: my first wolf of the day sniffing a tentative hello. The whole experience was profoundly moving. Staffed by deeply knowledgeable and dedicated animal lovers, W.O.L.F. is a beautiful example of mankind doing right by animals. In operation since 1995, the nonprofit focuses on rescuing captive-born wolves and wolf dogs and providing them with lifelong protection, while taking care of the individual physical and emotional needs of each wolf. While the sanctuary is not open to the public, you can learn all about the wolves on the W.O.L.F. website and social media platforms.

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