A girl takes a selfie with Daniel Seba Sambara, who died had been dead for three years. Once a year on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, a unique ritual is performed. Families gather to remove their relatives from graves, change their clothing, dust them off, inspect the condition of their body and let them dry in the sun. #indonesia#photooftheday#unique#different
Fish swim through coral inside an aquarium at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Nebraska.
Walking the streets of Delhi, India, an elephant receives a loaf of bread. Due to an increase in modern machinery and city law, it is rare for people in Delhi to see elephants. Each elephant spends their life working directly with a mahout. #elephant#unique#cool#india
A woodchuck walks through an abandoned farmhouse near Dunbar, Nebraska. Vacated by humans years ago, animals have become the new residents. Most of these homes that once dotted the plains have been bulldozed to expand farmland. #animal#farm#house#photooftheday#nebraska#country
During a rare #death ritual family members change the clothing of Lingbong Bua', thought to be 110 years old, when she died 8 years ago in #Indonesia. They propped her body up against a stick to take photographs of her and let her dry in the sun. #photooftheday#body#crazy#cool#follow
Daniel Seba Sambara, 71, who died in 2012, is laid out in the sun to dry, dusted off and his clothes changed by friends and family during a ritual called Ma'Nene' near Pangala, Sulawesi, Indonesia. Read more in the April 2016 issue of National Geographic. #indonesia#natgeo#photooftheday#death#tradition
Kendra Heathscott a transgender individual from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Photographed on assignment for The New York Times.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard recently vetoed a bill that would have designated some public restrooms at schools off limits to transgender students. #nytimes#onassignment