Dr.evanantin's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF DR.EVANANTIN
68.4% of dr.evanantin's followers are female and 31.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.00%. The average number of likes per post is 29081 and the average number of comments is 316.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR DR.EVANANTIN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF DR.EVANANTIN
- Beauty & Fashion 44.04 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.23 %
- Fitness & Yoga 42.94 %
- Travel & Tourism 41.06 %
- Art & Design 40.14 %
- Movies and TV 39.87 %
- Photography 37.53 %
- Business & Careers 37.12 %
- Pets 36.18 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 35.85 %
- Entertainment 35.55 %
Whatcha thinkin about? #redtailboa @wildlifelearningcenter
Baby Tony loves being tickled 😆😍! Today is #givingdayforapes where the global federation of animal sanctuaries celebrate ape sanctuaries globally and I want to bring attention to the @lwiro_primates rehab center for their amazing work in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 🇨🇩. They’ve committed everything they can towards rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned chimps back into the wild. Chimps are a critically endangered ape and this day can be HUGE for them with your help too. You can watch my today’s stories to learn more about this day & Lwiro and the link in my bio is for those wanting to contribute to Lwiro in getting our chimps back into the wild. Back where they belong 🐵🌍💫💙. #ape #chimp #wildlife #conservation
I’ve been collecting authentic machetes in my travels for years. The Maasai have gorgeous knives, often with goatskin wrapped handles & sheaths. The Maasai are subsistence farmers (farming only to feed their families and nomadic in their case too) and do not hunt wildlife. This Maasai community reside in the Ngorongoro conservation area and are living amongst East Africa’s big game & wildlife. Their animals (esp cattle (& goat)) are their livelihood and they protect them and take them onto open land to graze everyday. I admire that NONE of the animal goes to waste following slaughter. Even the skin - hence this machete handle & sheath. Also - how gorgeous is this Maasai mama I met!? She welcomed us into her boma (aka home) and we had a great chat thru an English speaking Maasai community leader & translator. #maasai #tanzania #ngorongoroconservationarea
Meet my new Hadza friend from Northern Tanzania. The Hadza tribe are the most traditional of humankind - pure hunter/gatherers. These people utilize almost nothing outside of the bush other than the occasional knife or cargo shorts lol. I love making trades when traveling and he was very down to give up his bow + some arrows (readily replaceable for him) for my bush knife. My man will get wayyyy more use of this blade than I ever did which made it much easier to give up. I can’t say his bow/arrows will get much use anymore but they’re cool af! More to come from this special trip to TZ 🇹🇿😜 #hadza #hadzabe #livingontheland
If you want to learn about binturongs and my experiences working with many of the most fascinating species on the planet then you’ll love my book “World Wild Vet”! It launches on October 27th but you can preorder thru the link in my bio 📖💫 @henryholtbooks share - 🌏Happy #worldanimalday! Today we’re off to the Philippines with WORLD WILD VET author @dr.evanantin to hang with some #BearCats (aka Binturongs)! 🐻🐱This is a baby, but adults grow into massive sixty-plus-pound tree-dwelling mammals with faces like little bears, cat eyes and whiskers, a prehensile tail like a howler monkey, and long, sharp claws like a wolverine. 👨⚕️From Evan: “Best of all, there’s something about the facial structure of these animals—mouths wide and upturned—that makes it look like they’re always kind of smiling. One last uniquely bearcat feature is that they smell, strangely and truly, like popcorn. The first time I ever got close to one in the wild, I smelled it first. I tracked it for hours that night, knowing there was absolutely nothing else in the jungle that could be emitting that particular odor.” 📖Evan’s book #worldwildvet is out 10.27.2020, link in bio to learn more! 🐛🦋🐌🐞🐢🐍🦆🐼🐨🐯
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