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Breakfast in the snow ❄️ Tag who would you enjoy it with 😋 Rize, Turkey. 🇹🇷 | Video by © (@katya_karadeniz) #earthofficial
Lost in the water lilies 🍃 Kusatsu, Shiga Perfecture, Japan. 🇯🇵 | Photography by © (@michiyo01130312) #earthofficial
The highest mountain peak of Europe and South Prielbrusie National Park Kabardino-Balkarian Republic | Photography by © (@alexander_trashin) #earthofficial
Baby Goat, how cute! 😍🐐 Tag a friend who needs to see this! | Video by © (@the_gaysian_cowboy) #earthofficial
San Francisco, #California, U.S. 🇺🇸 | Photography by © Mike Meyers (@mmeyers76) #earthofficial
The dark side of nature! On her way down to spawn thousands of eggs into the ocean, this Christmas Island Red Crab paused to feast on the returning baby crabs (same species) that were spawned a month earlier, popping them into her mouth like popcorn! 🇨🇽 | Video&Caption by © Chris Bray (@chrisbrayphotography) #earthofficial
Found amongst the rolling sand dunes of Peru is the little settlement of Huacachina, which is centred around an oasis and towering palm trees. Back in the 1960s, it was thought that bathing in the water had healing powers, and it became a very popular destination with rich Peruvians, with houses and hotels springing up all around it. | Photo by © (@_letstravel_) #earthofficial
Goðafoss, Iceland 🇮🇸 | Photography by © John Weatherby (@whereisweatherby) #earthofficial
Cypress Tree Tunnel, California, U.S. 🇺🇸 | Photography by © Mark Bouldoukian (@markian.b) #earthofficial
We were Kings 👑 “During the annual rutting season, red deer shed the 'velvet' on their antlers to get ready to fight for a mate. Some believe that the itching from the velvet falling away makes the deer rub their antlers on trees or in foliage which is how some of it will often be found stuck in their antlers. Other theories suggest that stags rub their antlers against trees to strengthen their neck muscles and mark their turf with their scent... and in some cases, the stags come away looking like they are ready to go for a royal party with some very fancy headgear on!” | Photo&Caption by © (@chaitdeshphotography) #earthofficial
Explore Moraine Lake by canoeing on this turquoise water 🐟🏔 | Video by © (@michaeldbliss) #earthofficial
Little house on the lake, Ukraine 🇺🇦 Illustration by © (@j.diegoph) #earthofficial

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