Foto de Mattias Klum @mattiasklumofficial // "Parentes próximos de leões, tigres e onças, os leopardos são felinos poderosos. Você pode encontrá-los na África Subsaariana, nordeste da África, Ásia Central, Índia e China. No entanto, muitas populações correm risco de extinção, especialmente fora da África. Fotografei esta fêmea de leopardo em Mombo Camp, Botsuana. São animais graciosos! Por favor, siga @mattiasklumofficial para ver o mais ranzinza dos engenheiros de ecossistema!" Repost @natgeo
Mood. I was trying to find the appropriate words to write that would express this feeling that keeps coming back to me at night as I reflect on my days. Then I saw her! And she embodies my...feeling. It's something like, "Been there. Done that. And, which King is ready to walk the next part of thier and my journey, mightily, by my side? Knowing that the power and beauty of thier kingship is knowing that they lead not by force of might or force of knowledge, but by example. Knowing that they never stop learning." Let's raise the level, people. Let's stop playing naive, blind, small, and victim to our very small experiences. Let us wise up. Let us be who we were meant to be. Any spiritual awakening, emotional breakthrough, or personal triumph is just the beginning. Even if you're on round 200 and some! You will never stop learning. You will never stop growing. So don't think you've reached the top yet. Keep going! Uh, okay, I feel better now. Good night beloveds. #leapord#medicine#mood#Repost@natgeo
Photograph by @mattiasklumofficial
Closely related to lions, tigers, and jaguars, leopards are definately powerful cats . You'll find them in sub-Saharan Africa, northeast Africa, Central Asia, India, and China. However, many of their populations are endangered, especially outside of Africa. This female leopard was filmed in Mombo Camp, Botswana. Amazingly graceful animals!
Please go to @mattiasklumofficial to meet the grumpiest of all ecosystem engineers! #leopard#endangered#cat#pattern#instagood#photooftheday#conservation#safebigcats#mattiasklum#follow#botswana#mombocamp@mattiasklumcollection@natgeo@irisalexandrov@mattiasklumofficial@thephotosociety
I took this photo in Botswana's magnificent Okavango delta where hippos change and even create the land in and around this wetland flushed yearly by nearly 11 cubic kilometers of water. Hippos do this by moving huge amounts of soil around with their sheer size. Hippos create channels in the water and paths on land that redirect water. This also creates habitat and shelter for other species. Hippos are truly ecosystem engineers! They also play an important role in this delta, and elsewhere by fertilizing the water.. By eating on land and eutrofying the water, they bring nutrients to rivers and lakes that wouldn’t otherwise be there, helping enrich Okavango's plant and animal life. A healthy delta provides numerous ecosystem services for mankind. Looking forward to returning with @irisalexandrov#protectbiodiversity#mattiasklum#africa#ecosystem#engineer#beauty#power#nikonambassador@natgeo@thephotosociety@mattiasklumcollection
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