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Photo by @TimLaman celebrating Indonesia’s Biodiversity. Bornean White

After three months, salmon embryos emerge from their egg casings. At this stage, when they are living on their egg yolks sacs they are called Alevins. #salmon #eggs #birth #alevin #gratitude #explore #nature #smile #love #beauty #adventure #travel @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #instagood #tbt #follow #followme #photooftheday #happy #tagforlikes #beautiful #like #picoftheday #summer #fun #friends

Nothing but solitude on the beach at Cape Mears OR. @thephotosociety @natgeo @natgeocreative #Oregon #beach #capemears #solitude #photooftheday

Software Creates New Flavors, Some Not for the Squeamish

I’m betting you’ve never opened your pantry and gone, “Huh, I wonder what would go really well with fermented cow manure right about now.”<p>But just in case you’re wondering, I’m told that jasmine and roses taste delicious with it.<p>Jonathan Brill, founder of Special Projects Agency, an innovation and …

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@stevewinterphoto @natgeo This was shot for my upcoming @natgeo Leopard story in the Dec 2015 issue of National Geographic Magazine. Here is mom looking off into the distance - watching and looking as she is with her cubs and she wants to make sure the area is safe before dark. She wanted to make sure they had a secure place to sleep if she was away since there were many predators in the area specifically hyenas. She is protecting her young. The kind of protection and security we want as humans for our families, a similar emotion that we as humans feel. Our animal family is so much like us - they find mates, they have kids, they have to feed themselves and their families, they feed themselves and their families in the same way we as humans used to! If we can find a way to believe they think, feel and have emotions, maybe we can treat them better and find a way to ensure their future on this planet. They are keystone species in their ecosystems, though we as humans are not. Remember just as an example of the importance of their homes - the forests. 50% of our oxygen comes from forest - the other 50% from the oceans. 75% of fresh water comes from forests. So we save their homes

My City: Mickey Rapkin’s L.A.

I came to think of <b>Los Angeles</b> as the magic place—a city where beautiful people from our movie screens and television sets ran wild. Or at least ran errands.<p>There was Marisa Tomei at the <b>Echo Park Craft Fair</b> on a Saturday morning. There was “Sulu” from the new <i>Star Trek</i> films weightlifting at my …

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