Cephas Tigori

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Photo @ladzinski / With an average rain fall of 140 inches per year, it's no wonder that nearly everything in #OlympicNationalPark is covered in rich green moss. Precipitation is holding consistent here in the park, but in recent decades climate change has resulted in an earlier rain season at higher elevations. This means a more rapid snow melt in the mountains which is bringing in floods to the valleys below. Early melt out means a longer dry season and hard times for alpine animals and reduced river flow for salmon and trout migration and nesting zones. Photographed #onassignment

Photographed taken by @christianziegler. An ocelot gazes down from a liana tangle in a forest in Central Panama. The most common of the spotted cats of the new world, ocelots can thrive in a variety of habitats and play an important ecological role. Habitat fragmentation and hunting have been reducing the populations in many areas of the ocelots range, from the southern US though out the Amazon. My first book, A Magic Web, about the tropical forest of Barro Colorado Island in Panama, has been re-designed and finally translated to Spanish, Un Tejido Magico. Part of the redesign included using newer photographs which I took on assignment for @natgeo over the years. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #conservation #ecology #BarroColoradoIsland #Panama #amagicweb #untejidomagico

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Photo @pedromcbride // Happy Mothers Day — To all the moms out there. A mama elephant leads her young to water in Namibia, #Africa. #HappyMothersday #elephants

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Corée du Nord: Kim Jong-un a permis l'émergence d'une classe moyenne, explique Juliette Morillot