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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF NATGEOWILD
52.3% of natgeowild's followers are female and 47.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.40%. The average number of likes per post is 53578 and the average number of comments is 217.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR NATGEOWILD
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF NATGEOWILD
- Travel & Tourism 59.89 %
- Photography 55.06 %
- Beauty & Fashion 41.22 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 40.59 %
- Art & Design 39.30 %
- Fitness & Yoga 38.18 %
- Business & Careers 35.84 %
- Technology & Science 34.21 %
- Music 33.44 %
- Sports 32.86 %
- Entertainment 32.22 %
- Home & Garden 32.10 %
Photo by @amivitale // A spotted deer, also known as a chital, emerges from the mist of Chitwan National Forest in Nepal. Follow @amivitale for more stories about our connections to the natural world. @thephotosociety #forest #spotteddeer #nepal #deer #asia #southasia #amivitale #conservation #empathyiseverything
Photo from Kingdom of the Oceans, airing tomorrow at 12am ET. // The cuttlefish's brain is connected to more than 20 million pigmented cells enabling this masterfully camouflage themselves.
Photo @jasonedwardsng - Waterholes, especially at the height of the dry season are a mecca for game. Species large and small come to drink, desperation overcoming risk. Of course the predators know this and setup territories around dwindling water supplies. It took this herd of Impala more than an hour to reach the waters edge. They had been drinking for less than a minute when startled by the whistling beat of dove wings. They fled, and had to start the entire process again! Still, there is safety in numbers so it’s more treacherous for solitary species or males that don’t move in numbers. Please join me @jasonedwardsng for images and stories from my National Geographic assignments. #natgeowild #jasonedwardsng #zimbabwe #teamwork #impala
Photo 📷 by @alexbraczkowski A leopard approaches a small water pan in the @dulinilodge in South Africa. In this image you can see the leopard licking his lips, maybe at the prospect of drinking or the eating the catfish in the bottom left of the frame. It rained late into April this year in this part of South Africa, an extremely uncommon occurrence which allowed pans to form throughout the reserve. Leopards take in a lot of their water through their prey but when water is available they will readily drink. I got this image with @thegentle_indifference who helped me to set up a remote camera trap with two flashes and an infrared beam. Follow me @alexbraczkowski to see more images of the worlds big cats 🦁 . . . . . #leopard #catlovers #waterhole #thirsty #thirstythursday #sabisands #dulini
Photo by @amivitale // Elephant keeper Lekupania gets a kiss from little Kapai on their daily nature walk at Reteti Elephant Sanctuary (@r.e.s.c.u.e). Having arrived so young, she had a lot to learn about being an elephant, but Kapai had the rest of the Reteti herd and her keepers to show her how to browse, graze and navigate. Someday soon, she'll be big and strong, ready to return to the wild. Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is the first ever community-owned and run elephant sanctuary in Africa. It provides a safe place for injured and orphaned elephant calves to heal so that they can be returned back to the wild. Learn more, including how to get involved, by following @amivitale and @r.e.s.c.u.e. @conservationorg @kenyawildlifeservice @tusk_org @sandiegozoo @thephotosociety #protectelephants #bekindtoelephants #DontLetThemDisappear #elephants #saveelephants #stoppoaching #kenya #northernkenya #magicalkenya #whyilovekenya #africa #everydayafrica #photojournalism #natureisspeaking #conservation #amivitale #cuteanimals #empathyiseverything
Photo from Wild Hawaii, airing Monday at 7/6c. // A black-footed albatross chick with gear on Tern Island. These birds nest primarily on the Hawaiian Islands.
Photo 📸 by @stevewinterphoto A leopardess licks her lips during the heat of the mid morning sun. Did you know that leopards have been recorded to eat at least 106 prey animals worldwide. Small beetles, rats and mice all the way up to a large adult male eland which weighs close to 900 kg. Although this was only recorded once, it shows the incredible power a leopard possesses when hunting. If you’re wandering what the most preferred size of a leopard meal is then the answer to that is roughly 15-40 kg! That is roughly the size of a duiker to a smaller female impala. Follow me @stevewinterphoto to see more images of big cats around the world 🌍 . . . . . #leopard #cat #spot #spots #bigcat #catlove #lunch #lips #smile
Photo from Perpetual Planet, airing Tuesday at 12am ET. // A whale shark freshly tagged with a non-invasive Daily Dairy tag just installed by Brad Norman off the coast. #PerpetualPlanet
Photo 📷 by @alexbraczkowski A bushbuck ewe walks past a fallen jackalberry tree at the @dulinilodge in South Africa. The bushbuck is the smallest of the spiral-horned antelopes and in many areas it is shy and rather secretive. One can usually find them alone or in small groups. They love riparian habitats, forests and thickets and also form a favourite part of the African leopards diet! Setting up a single camera trap like this takes me several hours of work and a team! Thanks to @thegentle_indifference and @dulinilodge for assisting me setting up the lights for this shot 💡 . . . . . #bushbuck #antelope #trailcamera #cameratrap #ewe #african #conservation #habitat #forest
Images by: @sandesh_kadur // These images from the documentary #wildcatsofindia eerily remind me of this quote - “For epochs to come the peaks will still pierce the lonely vistas, but when the last snow leopard has stalked among the crags and the last markhor has stood on a promontory, his ruff waving in the breeze, a spark of life will have gone, turning the mountains into stones of silence.” Dr. George Schaller The mountain home of the Snow Leopard is one of the fastest changing landscapes in the world affected by climate change. What this will do to populations of the snow leopard so well adapted to this extreme environment is hard to tell. But understanding this endangered species in the Himalaya is the first step towards providing better protection. And we must do everything we can to protect this apex predator and it’s wild prey from becoming extinct. Follow me @sandesh_kadur as I travel across India bringing you stories of our wilderness. #bigcatsofinstagram #wildcatsofindia @disneyhotstar @natgeowild #mammalwatching #felisfilms #georgeschaller #snowleopard #himalayamountainsoflife
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