Natgeo's Profile Analytics and Audience Demographics

@natgeo

United States

Experience the world through the eyes of National Geographic photographers.

PROFILE OVERVIEW OF NATGEO

51.2% of natgeo's followers are female and 48.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 20%. The average number of likes per post is 320107 and the average number of comments is 971.

Natgeo loves posting about Photography, Travel, Nature.

Check natgeo's audience demography. This analytics report shows natgeo's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
123,443,646
Avg Likes
320,107
Avg Comments
971
Posts
21,056
Global Rank
93
Country Rank
27
Category Rank
1

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR NATGEO

Female
51.2 %
Male
48.8 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF NATGEO

RECENT POSTS

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Photo by @beverlyjoubert | “My final post of the day in this takeover of @natgeo, and I’m finishing with a picture by Beverly Joubert of an African elephant, Loxodonta Africana, pulling on a tree branch to graze under the setting sun in Botswana. I am really grateful to @natgeo for handing over the reins of their feed to help raise awareness of trees, and show just how beautiful they are but also highlight how important they are to the Earth, and to all of us. Thank you to everyone who has been posting their own images from their own communities. I’ll be heading over to @sussexroyal to report some of my favourites. Thank you, and remember to keep #LookingUp!” - Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal

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Photo by @ismailferdous | “This stunning shot from Ismail Ferdous shows the real beauty of a Canadian forest canopy—I thought it was breathtaking. I love being able to share these images with everyone, and hopefully get more people #LookingUp.” –Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal This photo was taken in MacMillan Provincial Park in Cathedral Grove, British Columbia, Canada. ... Today The Duke of Sussex is guest-editing the @natgeo feed, part of an effort to raise awareness around the Queens Commonwealth Canopy, in which almost 50 countries have dedicated indigenous forest for conservation or have committed to planting millions of new trees to combat climate change. The images posted today are all ‘looking up’ at trees from below to highlight the vital role trees play in the Earth’s ecosystem. Post your images of trees, add #lookingup, and at the end of the day, The Duke will share a selection of the most beautiful images that you post from across the world on @sussexroyal Instagram stories.

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Photo by @franslanting | “Baobab trees are my all-time favourite. There’s something so unique and special about them—which is why I’ve been a bit cheeky and included them twice in my takeover today! This giant of the African forest is the tree of life, supporting everything from the largest mammals to the tiniest creatures. I especially love #LookingUp and seeing them in Botswana, where Frans Lanting has taken this beautiful picture.” –Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal Frans’s photograph was taken on Kubu Island in Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana. Please keep sharing your own #LookingUp images from your own community, and at the end of the day The Duke will be sharing some of his favourites on @sussexroyal Instagram stories. ... Today, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal is guest-editing the @natgeo feed, in an effort to raise awareness around Queens Commonwealth Canopy, in which almost 50 countries have dedicated indigenous forest for conservation or have committed to planting millions of new trees to combat climate change. The images being posted today are all ‘looking up’ at trees from below to highlight the vital role trees play in the Earth’s ecosystem. Post your images of trees, add #lookingup, and at the end of the day, The Duke will share a selection of images that you post from across the world on @sussexroyal Instagram stories

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Photo by @simoncroberts | “The autumn colours in the U.K. are always beautiful, and I just had to include something to show them off. Thanks to Simon Roberts for sharing this. It was taken at the National Arboretum, which makes it even more special.” —Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal Selected by The Duke for the #LookingUp campaign with @natgeo, Simon’s image was taken at the National Arboretum, in Gloucestershire, England, which is a year-round centre of remembrance for those who have served their country. Please keep sharing your own #LookingUp images from your own community, and at the end of the day The Duke will be sharing some of his favourites on @sussexroyal Instagram stories. ... Today, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal is guest-editing the @natgeo feed, in an effort to raise awareness around Queens Commonwealth Canopy, in which almost 50 countries have dedicated indigenous forest for conservation or have committed to planting millions of new trees to combat climate change. The images being posted today are all ‘looking up’ at trees from below to highlight the vital role trees play in the Earth’s ecosystem. Post your images of trees, add #lookingup, and at the end of the day, The Duke will share a selection of images that you post from across the world on @sussexroyal Instagram stories

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Photo by @peteressick | “I absolutely love this from Peter Essick. It is a stunning view of a strangler fig as it twists around another tree to head upwards toward the sun, precisely why it got its name! Thanks for sharing this, Peter, and for #LookingUp” - Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal Peter’s image was taken in the Yidney Scrub Rainforest on Fraser Island, Australia. Today The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal is guest-editing the @natgeo feed, in an effort to raise awareness around Queens Commonwealth Canopy, in which almost 50 countries have dedicated indigenous forests for conservation or have committed to planting millions of new trees to combat climate change. The images being posted today are all ‘looking up’ at trees from below to highlight the vital role trees play in the Earth’s ecosystem. Post your images of trees, add the #lookingup, and at the end of the day, The Duke will share a selection of the most beautiful images that you post from across the world on @sussexroyal Instagram stories.

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Photo by @sussexroyal | We are pleased to announce that Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex @sussexroyal is guest-curating our Instagram feed today! “Hi everyone! I’m so happy to have the opportunity to continue working with @NatGeo and to guest-curate this Instagram account; it’s one of my personal favourites. Today I’m in Liwonde National Park, Malawi an important stop on our official tour of southern Africa, planting trees for the Queens Commonwealth Canopy. As part of this takeover, I am inviting you to be a part of our ‘Looking Up’ social campaign. To help launch the campaign, here is a photograph I took today here in Liwonde of Baobab trees. “#LookingUp seeks to raise awareness of the vital role trees play in the Earth’s ecosystem, and is an opportunity for all of us to take a moment, to appreciate the beauty of our surroundings. So, join us today and share your own view, by looking up! Post images of the trees in your local community using the hashtag #LookingUp. I will be posting my favourite images from @NatGeo photographers here throughout the day, and over on @sussexroyal I will be sharing some of my favourite images from everything you post. I can’t wait to see what you see when you’re #LookingUp 🌲 🌳” ••• His Royal Highness is currently on an official tour to further the Queens Commonwealth Canopy, which was launched in 2015. Commonwealth countries have been invited to submit forests and national parks to be protected and preserved as well as to plant trees. The Duke has helped QCC projects in the Caribbean, U.K., New Zealand, Australia, Botswana, Malawi, and Tonga. Now, almost 50 countries are taking part and have dedicated indigenous forests for conservation and committed to planting millions of new trees to help combat climate change. The Duke’s longtime passion for trees and forests as nature’s simple solution to the environmental issues we face has been inspired by the work he has been doing on behalf of his grandmother, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, for many years.

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Photo by Cristina Mittermeier @cristinamittermeier | This image is a study in patience at the edge of the sea. I waited on the ice as the Arctic sun dipped below the horizon and the molten gold of sunset saturated the twilight. Knowing that his village and his dogs depend on his aim, Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen, a traditional Inuit hunter in Greenland, also kept his watch, waiting for harp seals or a walrus to come near. Naimanngitsoq depends on the seal and the walrus, as they depend on the ocean; his ability to hunt can mean the difference between life or death. Patience is a necessary part of that process. As sea ice melts and the potential for new shipping routes are opened up in the North Atlantic, Greenland has become a topic of debate for world leaders. I wonder what the future looks like for men like Naimanngitsoq. Follow me @CristinaMittermeier for more stories about the incredible perseverance of the people who live in some of the most extreme climates on Earth. #TheWatersEdge #Strength #Greenland #Arctic

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Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto | A young girl with her nomadic family's goats in northern Mongolia, near Lake Khovsgol. These goats are the source of Mongolian cashmere, some of the finest in the world. The goats are painlessly sheared in late winter and early spring; by the following fall, the wool has grown back. #followme @iralbockphoto to see more images from around the world. #goat #cashmere #mongolia #irablock

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Photo by Ivan Kashinsky @ivankphoto | A salt miner leaves the Salar de Uyuni on his way to Colchani, a small village of miners on the edge of the salt flat, in Bolivia. The Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat. This photo was part of book project in which Karla Gachet and I traveled from the Equator to the southern tip of South America.

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Photo by Ismail Ferdous @ismailferdous | A man waters flowers placed by mourners on the crypts at the Guatemala national cemetery. Large portions of the Guatemalan community are Catholic, and they typically wash, dress, and bury their loved ones just hours after death. Follow @ismailferdous for more stories.

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Photo by Renan Ozturk @renan_ozturk | The king of the sea ice is on the hunt in the twilight of the midnight sun in northern Svalbard. Join me @renan_ozturk for more current photography from the Arctic.

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Photo by Nora Lorek @noralorek | In 2015, just a year before fleeing the civil war in South Sudan, Margret gave birth to Sarah. "When I first saw her and realized she had no arms or legs I was confused and afraid. How would she ever be able to walk? But now I’ve seen how strong and resistant she’s become by growing up here," Margret said. Carrying Sarah to Uganda, she fled South Sudan with her four children and mother. "I didn’t want to leave South Sudan, but when they shot my husband I had no other chance than taking our children and leave," she said. Three years ago the area containing the Bidibidi refugee settlement was a forest in northwestern Uganda. Now it’s a makeshift home for a quarter million refugees who fled the civil war in South Sudan.

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