Natgeowild's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics


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52.3% of natgeowild's followers are female and 47.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.90%. The average number of likes per post is 74095 and the average number of comments is 358.

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Check natgeowild's audience demography. This analytics report shows natgeowild'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.

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  • 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 %


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Photo by Cristina Mittermeier @Mitty | The blue-footed booby is one of the most beloved characters in the every day nature drama that is the Galapagos Islands. These seabirds are clumsy to watch on land, but no less striking for it, with feet so blue it's almost as though they stole their colour right out of the sky. The bright blue is actually caused by pigments in their skin, and is tied directly to the quality of the booby's diet; the healthier the bird, the more likely he or she is to have feet the sort of brilliant blue that will attract a mate. Follow me @Mitty for more images and stories about wildlife from remote island locations and my work to protect them with @SeaLegacy. #birdsofinstagram #blue #ocean #TurningTheTide

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Photo by Daisy Gilardini | King penguins aren’t picky eaters exactly, but they’re very specific about what they hunt and catch. They eat small schooling fish like lantern (myctophids) fish year-round, especially during breeding season. When the weather grows colder, they eat more ice fish and cephalopds — molluscs, octopus and squid — to supplement their winter diet. Natural predators include leopard seals and orcas, which in part explains their unique colouring. Penguins are diurnal — that is, they hunt during the day, when the ocean surface is likely to be brightly lit. When viewed from below, their white bellies appear to blend in with the water’s surface. Viewed from above, their black backs seem to disappear into the ocean’s depths. Their“formal wear” tuxedo-like appearance isn’t just for show, in other words. It’s about survival. Follow me @DaisyGilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes. #volunteerpoint #falklandislands #penguin #kingpenguin #sunrise #wildlifephotography #conservation

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Photo 📸 by @alexbraczkowski There is nothing quite like the shoebill stork in the bird kingdom. To me it looks more like a prehistoric dinosaur than a bird, maybe a direct relative of Archaeopteryx, and its scientific name sounds like Tyrannosaurus Rex (Balaeniceps rex) 😂. There may be as few as 3-5000 of these incredible birds left in the wild according to the IUCN Red List. Expanding farmlands, the destruction of wetlands and building of roads are the main threats. If you are ever in Uganda you can see a wild shoebill right next to the airport (after a 3 hour dugout canoe trip). I cannot wait to see my next one 💪P.S: this is a shoebill stork called sushi 🍣 and he lives at @uwec_entebbezoo - he let me get very close to him. Follow me @alexbraczkowski for more shots of wildlife around the world 🌍 . . . . . #shoebillstork #shoebill #stork #africa#birdsofinstagram #birder #bird#dinosaur #wildlifephoto #birder #bird_captures #wildlifephoto #beauty

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Photo by Filipe DeAndrade ( @filipe_deandrade ) // This is what a siesta looks like in Costa Rica. #puravida

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Photo by @shaazjung | The beauty and solidarity of a large Spotted Deer herd is truly a sight to behold. . . Swipe to meet the herd. . . Photographed in Nagarhole National Park. . . Follow @shaazjung for more of the jungles best kept secrets.

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Photo by Daisy Gilardini | Two young males spar on the coast of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada. Usually solitary animals, in November polar bears congregate around this area to wait for the bay to freeze to take off on the pack ice to hunt for seals. Playfights during this period are common, and it is good practice for more serious standoffs that take place during mating season. Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada. Follow me @DaisyGilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes. #WapuskNationalPark #PolarBear #BEAR #manitoba #canada #wildlifephotography #climatechangeisreal

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Photo @jasonedwardsng The dry season heat rips the landscape into dust vortices dancing among the shattered and splintered trunks of trees fallen victim to herds of Elephant. When the horizon swallows the sun these incredibly intelligent and long-lived masters of the savannah emerge from the dense thicket to quench their thirst in dwindling pools. . I was on foot, my assistant illuminating individuals with an old tungsten spotlight fitted with a gel to reduce the impact of the lighting on the elephants eyes. The herd was quiet and focussed, and the lighting so subtle it required no treatment in post. My assistant removed the colour cast of the artificial light and the elephants weathered face emerged from the darkness. Contact me via my website if you’re interested in Fine Art prints. Please join me @jasonedwardsng for images and stories from my National Geographic assignments. . #natgeowild #jasonedwardsng #botswana #elephant @natgeofineart #nightphotography

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Photo @jasonedwardsng If you cannot agree, it’s best to just walk away! Adelie Penguins are a vocal and often boisterous species that are a never-ending source of amusement when gathered in groups. The Adelie Amigos was the name given to the hysterical group of penguins lead by the great Robin Williams in the Happy Feet franchise. This species can gather in colonies of more than a quarter of a million breeding pairs! . Please join me @jasonedwardsng for images and stories from my National Geographic assignments. . #natgeowild #jasonedwardsng #penguin #happyfeet #agreetodisagree #antarctica

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Photo by Filipe DeAndrade ( @filipe_deandrade ) // Shortfin Mako Sharks are equipped with all the tools to make them perfect pelagic hunters. A muscular tail, streamlined body, the ability to regulate their body temperature, a conical nose and of course...a mouth packed with teeth that are endlessly replaced. Its no wonder Brian Skerry called them "torpedos with teeth." Sharks play a vital role in the oceans by feeding on the sick, dying and dead which rids the oceans of diseases. By doing so, they also take in large amounts of mercury which makes them toxic for human consumption. Want to protect our oceans? Protect Sharks and don't eat them. Spread the word Wildlife Warriors. Follow @filipe_deandrade for more wildlife adventures. #worthmorealive

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Photo @jasonedwardsng A mosaic of veins in the purple-blue eyes of a luminescent Giant Leaf Frog hunting in the Amazon rainforest at night. . This large arboreal species is also known as the Giant Monkey Frog, and the secretions from its skin contain opioid peptides. These secretions are used in cleansing rituals and induce severe vomiting. Don’t lick this frog! . Please join me @jasonedwardsng for images and stories from my National Geographic assignments. . #natgeowild #jasonedwardsng #amazonrainforest #frogs #traditionalmedicine #macrophotography


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