One day, a little fish in the pond will soon become a shark in the ocean. And that is why, no matter what you are facing, powering through is the answer. The feeling of being small is temporary, as is every emotion. One day, you will feel the opposite. Photo and Quote by © @kankankavee
Not for the Faint of Heart You know how everyone says to face your fears? Well this is certainly one way to do that. Acrophobia, the fear of heights, is one of the most common fears in the human race. Many scientists actually believe it to be innate as a result of evolution. Enjoy this video from the comfort of your own space. Video by © @downtofilm & @spencerseabrooke
While others search for what they can take, a true King searches for what he can give But you don’t have to be a king to be a giver. As human beings, we get so caught up in the position rather than the responsibility. Regardless of this ‘position’ in society, you are capable of being a true king at heart, lifting others up. Have a great day everyone! Photography by © Neil Agate via © ExclusivePix Quote from © Disney’s ‘The Lion King’
Here are some amazing facts about horses! Facts: ▪Horses can sleep both lying down and standing up. ▪The fastest recorded sprinting speed of a horse was 88 kph (55 mph ). ▪Estimates suggest that there are around 60 million horses in the world. ▪Scientists believe that horses have evolved over the past 50 million years from much smaller creatures. - 📷: © @nika_arsa Horse: @natalinauma
Calm Conditions in Norway ⛰ This video sparks the soul. At first viewing, we couldn’t help but feel connected with this scene; the views and sounds of nature. We hope it provides you with that same feeling. Footage Courtesy of @tfbergen
“Under mom's protection. ❤️ Earlier this year I was lucky enough to find this beautiful fox family living very close to my home. All five cubs looked very fit and healthy. Mother fox brought them some small animals to eat but they still preferred breastfeeding. Hoping all the best for these little guys and their hard-working mother.” 🦊 📸 + caption by Ossi Saarinen ( @soosseli ) . . . . #photography #photooftheday #explore #naturephotography #nature #potd #travelIG #wow #wildlife #wildlifeIG #wow #fox #foxes #cubs #baby #cute #family #mom
Check out the horns on this majestic male Kudu! These beautiful Antelopes live in areas of Africa, however, their numbers have been thinned out by habitat destruction and poaching. Luckily, these great animals are still a member of the 'Least Concern' category of the IUCN, making them a huge attraction for wild African Safaris! Photo by © @licinia_machado_wildlifephotos
If you like The Matrix, you’re DEFINITELY going to like this 👀 The Cobra and Mongoose; Mortal Enemies. Packing a venom punch big enough to kill an elephant with one bite, the Cobra must watch out for the Mongoose’s quick pounce and neutralization technique. Follow @ourplanetdaily for more! ➖ Tag someone that should see this!👇Content by © @smithsonian_channel
Light over darkness 🌊 Photo by @michalpelka Via @oceans247 #wave #beautiful #ocean #sea #waves #travel #surfing #surfinglovers #tourism #underwaterlife #conservation #blueplanet #oceanplanet #adventuretravel #travel #underwater #freediving #picoftheday #livetodive #swell #picoftheday #underwater #oneocean #nature #wavephotography
Caption this photo! 😊 Photo by @olga_bazhutova (Note: This is a real photo of a real girl riding a horse, the daughter of the wonderful owner of this gorgeous horse @dasha_spark The shooting was absolutely safe, the daughter was insured by her mother. But even without this support, the young rider is perfectly kept in the saddle. )
Cheetah with its little baby in Masai Mara Cheetahs have a 95% mortality rate and their total numbers are under 8000. Moments like this are golden. This is Nora. This was here first litter; only one survived. The Maasai Mara is one of the greatest locations to see see cheetahs while they are still in the wild. - Credit @piper_mackay
The term, “black panther,” is actually just used to describe a very darkly colored leopard or jaguar. Only about 6% of big cats are born with a genetic trait called melanism - meaning the animals have an excess of black pigment. The dark fur of a panther is still full of the typical markings of a leopard and in full sunlight you can actually see its spots. At night however, the black panther appears invisible to its prey and has often been referred to as the “ghost of the forest”. Follow 👉 @ourplanetdaily for more! Tag someone that should see this! Photo via © @natures Caption via © @discoverychannel
The Bird😂 This Japanese Macaque Monkey is upset about something, what do you guys think it is? All jokes aside, when you talk about photo timing, it doesn’t get more interesting than something like this. Photo by © Jari Peltomäki Follow 👉 @ourplanetdaily for more!
How most of us are feeling on July 5th😴😂 On a more serious note, There are only about 1400 Hawaiian monk seals left in the world. The vast majority live in remote, uninhabited northwestern Hawaiian Islands. About 300 animals venture to the main islands. I was lucky enough to spot this cutie taking a nap on the eastern coast of Kauai. Via @escapethezoo What do you all think about this? Follow 👉 @ourplanetdaily for more!
In Latin America, a Black Panther is just a melanistic jaguar; in Asia and Africa it's known as a black leopard, and in North America it may be black jaguars or pumas. It has been proven that black cats have a more balanced nervous system and faster response than other colors of cats. In the photo: Jaguar-melanistic. Follow 👉 @ourplanetdaily for more! Tag someone that should see this! Photo by © @blackjaguarwhitetiger