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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 1.00%. The average number of likes per post is 102966 and the average number of comments is 529.
Natgeowild loves posting about Nature.
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.
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 @daisygilardini | Elephants use their ears to regulate body temperature in the heat. Flapping them acts like a fan. It moves air around the body, and cools the blood, that is circulating through the ear veins. Cooler blood lowers the elephant’s core temperature by several degrees. The ears also indicate when the elephant is curious, angry or feels threatened. In these situations, it will spread its ears wide and face the subject of interest or fear. Follow me @daisygilardini for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography
Photo 📷 by @stevewinterphoto A female leopardess named Marula warms up in the first light of the morning sun. There is something almost regal about her gaze. Leopards are some of my most favourite big cats mainly because of how adaptable they are. Did you know that leopards are the worlds most adaptable and widespread big cat? They live on islands, in cities and tropical forests and have been recorded eating more than 106 species of animal worldwide 🍴 this being said they have already disappeared from more than 70% of their historic range. We need to do more for the worlds big cats and leopards are a flagship species for this urgent action. Follow me @stevewinterphoto for more big cat shots 🐆 . . . . . #wildlifeplanet #animalportrait #animallovers #goldeneyes #beauty #gaze #leopard
Videos 🎥 by @alexbraczkowski A young lion cub wakes up from a nap in one of Queen Elizabeth’s many euphorbia trees. I shot this with @luke_ochse and couldn’t believe how this cub had wedged it’s body into the tangled branches of this tree. We have pretty good evidence now to suggest that the key reason why lions climb trees is to help thermoregulate. It’s about a degree or two cooler up there and that makes all the difference when you’re living on the equator and temperatures exceed 40 degrees Celsius! Follow me @alexbraczkowski for more on big cats and their biology 🦁 . . . . . #lion #lionking #cats_of_instagram #feline #felinefriends #africa
Photo by @daisygilardini | Emperor penguins perform a wide range of displays during courtship, from bowing and swinging their heads to trumpeting loudly. This display continues throughout the breeding season, when parents trade places while taking care of the chick at the colony. The display ritual seems to strengthen the bond between them. Follow me @daisygilardini for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #penguin #emperorpenguin #Antarctica #snowhillisland #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #wildlifephotography #birdphotography
Photo by @ronan_donovan // Who can name this North American snake? Hop on over to @ronan_donovan for a clue. We'll post the answer in the comments section soon...
Photo by Keith Ladzinski @ladzinski | The beautiful patterns of a #nyala, seen up close in this detail photo taken during a close encounter in South Africa.
Photo 📷 by @stevewinterphoto A young male jaguar walks along the banks of a river in the heart of Brazil’s #pantanal 🐆 did you know that this part of South America is unique in that jaguar tourism raises 52 times more money than the losses jaguars cause to cattle farmers! Yep, that’s nearly US$ 7 million dollars versus 120 000. This is one of the best examples of how wildlife are worth so much more alive, healthy and happy in their natural ecosystem than they are persecuted. We can live together in harmony and this is an example of how ✊ follow me @stevewinterphoto for more shots of big cats 🦁 . . . . . #jaguar #brazil #pantanal #matogrosso_brasil #harmony #coexistence
Photo by @daisygilardini | Baby elephant are simply ADORABLE! The mini version of the biggest animal on Earth evokes immediate feelings of tenderness in just about everyone. After a gestation period of 18- to 22 months – yep! almost two years – the calf is born around 250 pounds (115 kg) and stands about 3 feet (1 metre) tall. Baby elephants don’t really know how to use their trunk for the first 6-8 months of their life. Before they learn how to use it properly for eating, drinking and bathing, they swing it around in an extremely comical way. This young elephant fell down on his butt while playing with an older calf. Balancing with his trunk and legs, he could finally stand up and start chasing the other fellow again. I love to spend time observing them … so much fun! Follow me @daisygilardini for more images and behind-the-scenes stories. #africa #elephant #botswana #chobenationalpark #wildlifephotography
Photo by @shaazjung | The Indian Pangolin, my rarest find. . . Photographed in Karnataka, South India. . . Follow @shaazjung for more of the jungles best kept secrets.
Photo 📷 by @stevewinterphoto A male lion looks at my vehicle on Kenya’s #maasaimara 🦁 this male lion is in his prime and one of the most important things he does as part of his daily life is move through, vocalise and scent mark in his prides territory. This is critical in making sure that male lions from adjacent territories don’t enter and kill his cubs. The act of killing cubs by rival males is known as infanticide and the reason male lions (like other cats) do it is to advance their own genetics and reproductive ability in as short a time as possible. Follow me @stevewinterphoto for more big cat shots from around the world 🌍 . . . . . #lion #kenya #lions #lionking #bigcat #catsofinstagram #catlife
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