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View jenniferhayesig's Instagram A spear fisherman uses an air hose in his mouth called a hookah line, a rock for weight and plywood flippers to search for his families meal near his small fishing village in Anilao, Philippines. We are currently working on a @natgeo story focusing on Philippines: a cornerstone of the coral triangle and one of the richest marine habitats in the world supporting  107 million people in an ocean archipelago of 7000 islands. // #ocean #fisherman #philippines #coraltriangle #gratitude for #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig 1629598256361360064_1684591501

A spear fisherman uses an air hose in his mouth called a hookah line, a rock for weight and plywood flippers to search for his families meal near his small fishing village in Anilao, Philippines. We are currently working on a @natgeo story focusing on Philippines: a cornerstone of the coral triangle and one of the richest marine habitats in the world supporting 107 million people in an ocean archipelago of 7000 islands. // #ocean #fisherman #philippines #coraltriangle #gratitudefor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig

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View daviddoubilet's Instagram Schools of silversides flow like a silver river through the mangroves in Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. Known as Isla de la Reina, this remote archipelago of islets, mangroves and coral reefs located fifty miles off the southern coast of Cuba is a glimpse of what the Caribbean was decades ago. Isolation and vigilant protection have created a model marine protected area that flourishes while other Caribbean reef systems are in decline. We look forward to returning to this Caribbean coral eden in December to document the global state of coral, the crisis, science and solutions . // photographed for @natgeo story Cuba's Underwater Jewels in Tourisms Path // with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety // #cuba #gardensofthequeen #marineprotectedarea #mangroves #dream #caribbean for #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet 1629587042068138595_218796580

Schools of silversides flow like a silver river through the mangroves in Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. Known as Isla de la Reina, this remote archipelago of islets, mangroves and coral reefs located fifty miles off the southern coast of Cuba is a glimpse of what the Caribbean was decades ago. Isolation and vigilant protection have created a model marine protected area that flourishes while other Caribbean reef systems are in decline. We look forward to returning to this Caribbean coral eden in December to document the global state of coral, the crisis, science and solutions . // photographed for @natgeo story Cuba's Underwater Jewels in Tourisms Path // with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety // #cuba #gardensofthequeen #marineprotectedarea #mangroves #dream #caribbeanfor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet

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View 2beinspired's Instagram Check out these sweet bracelets I made in partnership with @5gyres!! They just launched today and are the perfect gift (for yourself or others)  while also staying plastic free! Also a portion of the proceeds will be donated to them as well. Win-win-win. ✨  #copper #moreocean #lessplastic #5gyres #handmade #smallbusiness 1629395466730610511_17469699

Check out these sweet bracelets I made in partnership with @5gyres!! They just launched today and are the perfect gift (for yourself or others) while also staying plastic free! Also a portion of the proceeds will be donated to them as well. Win-win-win. ✨ #copper #moreocean #lessplastic #5gyres #handmade #smallbusiness

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View uniqueworld's Instagram Video With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born in the ice in late February and nursed for 12 -15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. Some scientist speculate that harp seal populations are shifting away from the Gulf where young are unable to survive to return and reproduce. //from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and @MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude 
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Video With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born in the ice in late February and nursed for 12 -15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. Some scientist speculate that harp seal populations are shifting away from the Gulf where young are unable to survive to return and reproduce. //from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and @MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude For #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig

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View rafalrominski's Instagram Krótkie nagranie, mama foka i jej małe od @jenniferhayesig za pośrednictwem @natgeo  Opis od @natgeo
Mama foka ze swoim młodym odpoczywają na lodzie morskim obejmującym Zatokę św. Wawrzyńca w pobliżu wyspy Magdaleny. Foki grenlandzkie rodzą się na lodowcach pod koniec lutego i karmione są przez 12-15 dni zanim ich matki zostawią je, aby mogły opuścić Zatokę. 
Wyższe niż normalne temperatury spowodowały osłabienie się platform lodowcowych, które zapadają się pod młodymi fokami. Nie mogą one pływać na mrozie bo lód morski po prostu nie tworzy w ogóle form, pozostawiając ciężarne samice bez miejsca na urodzenie małych fok. Kilka lat temu można było zaobserwować 90% wskaźnik śmiertelność młodych w Zatoce Perskiej. Czekam na powrót, aby kontynuować dokumentowanie walki o życie na lodowcu w marcu 2018 r.

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With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle  of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude #moreocean 
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Krótkie nagranie, mama foka i jej małe od @jenniferhayesig za pośrednictwem @natgeo Opis od @natgeo Mama foka ze swoim młodym odpoczywają na lodzie morskim obejmującym Zatokę św. Wawrzyńca w pobliżu wyspy Magdaleny. Foki grenlandzkie rodzą się na lodowcach pod koniec lutego i karmione są przez 12-15 dni zanim ich matki zostawią je, aby mogły opuścić Zatokę. Wyższe niż normalne temperatury spowodowały osłabienie się platform lodowcowych, które zapadają się pod młodymi fokami. Nie mogą one pływać na mrozie bo lód morski po prostu nie tworzy w ogóle form, pozostawiając ciężarne samice bez miejsca na urodzenie małych fok. Kilka lat temu można było zaobserwować 90% wskaźnik śmiertelność młodych w Zatoce Perskiej. Czekam na powrót, aby kontynuować dokumentowanie walki o życie na lodowcu w marcu 2018 r. @natgeopl #foki #mama #młode #fokigrenlandzkie #kanada #zmianaklimatu #morze #lodowce #pięknonatury Tekst oryginalny: #repostfrom @natgeo ・・・ With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude #moreocean For more harp seals follow @jenniferhayesig

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With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle  of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude #moreocean 
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#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude #moreocean For more harp seals follow @jenniferhayesig

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View littlezuri11's Instagram @Regranned from @natgeo -  With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle  of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude #moreocean 
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@Regranned from @natgeo - With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude #moreocean For more harp seals follow @jenniferhayesig - #regrann

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View natalia_pecekk98's Instagram A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle  of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude #moreocean 
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A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude #moreocean For more harp seals follow @jenniferhayesig

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A whale shark approaches a small boat called a banca for a handful of krill in Oslob Philippines. Six days a week thousands of tourist show up here to see and swim with dozens of hand fed whale sharks. These giants arrive seeking a handout of krill as they swim below, past and around the visitors seeking an encounter with worlds largest fish, a plankton feeding shark. The feeding stops around noon and the whale sharks disappear to the depths. There is conservation debate and controversy about the effects of hand feeding these large migratory sharks. Many scientist condemn the feeding because of concerns that this activity congregates the sharks making them vulnerable and interrupts their natural foraging and migration patterns. Others that support the practice suggest that the sharks act as ocean. ambassadors teaching visitors about the sea, that the economy generated around these sharks makes them extremely valuable and protects them from harm and that the sharks are free to come and go at will. 
Photographed on @natgeo assignment for Philippines: Inside the Coral Triangle with @DavidDoubilet 
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#repost@jenniferhayesig So cool. ・・・ A whale shark approaches a small boat called a banca for a handful of krill in Oslob Philippines. Six days a week thousands of tourist show up here to see and swim with dozens of hand fed whale sharks. These giants arrive seeking a handout of krill as they swim below, past and around the visitors seeking an encounter with worlds largest fish, a plankton feeding shark. The feeding stops around noon and the whale sharks disappear to the depths. There is conservation debate and controversy about the effects of hand feeding these large migratory sharks. Many scientist condemn the feeding because of concerns that this activity congregates the sharks making them vulnerable and interrupts their natural foraging and migration patterns. Others that support the practice suggest that the sharks act as ocean. ambassadors teaching visitors about the sea, that the economy generated around these sharks makes them extremely valuable and protects them from harm and that the sharks are free to come and go at will. Photographed on @natgeo assignment for Philippines: Inside the Coral Triangle with @DavidDoubilet #ocean #whaleshark #philippines #coraltriangle #extremefor #MoreOcean follow @JenniferHayesig

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View lt_ram's Instagram @Regranned from @natgeo -  With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle  of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude #moreocean 
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@Regranned from @natgeo - With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Magdalen Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive or sea ice simply fails to form at all leaving the pregnant females no place to birth their pups. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. I look forward to returning to continue document the struggle of life in the ice in March 2018 . // from @natgeo story Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude #moreocean For more harp seals follow @jenniferhayesig - #regrann

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View underthesea2734's Instagram Photo made by @jenniferhayesig  Honoring colleague Rob Stewart, filmmaker who produced highly acclaimed Shark Water, a documentary that moved the needle on the public perception of sharks. Rob died in the Florida Keys on the quest of footage of the elusive and shy sawfish while wearing a rebreather apparatus that recycles carbon dioxide.  The ocean lost a tireless advocate this week and we honor his effort and his message about sharks and their valuable role on our planet. Caribbean reef sharks in the Bahamas by @jenniferhayesig.  With @the_explorers_club @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #ocean #shark #robstewart #gratitude #hero #bahamas #sharkwater for #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig @underthesea2734 1628314716064848024_2730826302

Photo made by @jenniferhayesig Honoring colleague Rob Stewart, filmmaker who produced highly acclaimed Shark Water, a documentary that moved the needle on the public perception of sharks. Rob died in the Florida Keys on the quest of footage of the elusive and shy sawfish while wearing a rebreather apparatus that recycles carbon dioxide. The ocean lost a tireless advocate this week and we honor his effort and his message about sharks and their valuable role on our planet. Caribbean reef sharks in the Bahamas by @jenniferhayesig. With @the_explorers_club @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #ocean #shark #robstewart #gratitude #hero #bahamas #sharkwaterfor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig @underthesea2734

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View natgeogallery's Instagram With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. Some scientists speculate that harp seal populations are shifting away from the Gulf where young are unable to survive to return and reproduce. I look forward to returning to continue document their life in the ice in March 2018 . // from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude 
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With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. Some scientists speculate that harp seal populations are shifting away from the Gulf where young are unable to survive to return and reproduce. I look forward to returning to continue document their life in the ice in March 2018 . // from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and videographer/ guide MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude For #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig

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View jenniferhayesig's Instagram Video With @jenniferhayesig A hungry 2-3 day old harp pup waits for its mother on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born in the ice in late February and nursed for 12 -15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. We look forward to returning to the Gulf of St Lawrence in 2018 to continue to document this struggle for life in the ice. //from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and guide/videographer MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club //
#ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude #motherslove 
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Video With @jenniferhayesig A hungry 2-3 day old harp pup waits for its mother on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born in the ice in late February and nursed for 12 -15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. We look forward to returning to the Gulf of St Lawrence in 2018 to continue to document this struggle for life in the ice. //from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and guide/videographer MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude #motherslove #mothersloveFor #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig

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View wishilivedthere's Instagram With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. Some scientists speculate that harp seal populations are shifting away from the Gulf where young are unable to survive to return and reproduce. // from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and @MarioCyr. // #Madison Wisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #Canada #gratitude
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With @jenniferhayesig A harp seal mother and pup rest on the sea ice covering the Gulf of St Lawrence near Prince Edward Island. Harp seals are born on the ice in late February and nursed for 12 to 15 days before their mothers abandon them to mate and migrate out of the Gulf. Higher than normal temperatures have caused the formation of weak sea ice platforms that collapse beneath the pups before they are able swim an survive. Some years have seen 90% plus mortality of pups in the Gulf. Some scientists speculate that harp seal populations are shifting away from the Gulf where young are unable to survive to return and reproduce. // from on @natgeo assignment Generous Gulf with @DavidDoubilet and @MarioCyr. // #madisonWisconsin You are Invited to join us Nov 14 at Overture Center for Arts for Nat Geo Live Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice to share an evening of how I was bitten and saved by harp seals. // #ocean #harpseal #climatechange #baby #beauty #epic #canada #gratitude For #moreocean follow @jenniferhayesig

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Photo by @daviddoubilet. Can you see me? A camouflaged sargassum frogfish hides from predators in the floating golden canopy of algae called sargassum in the Sargasso Sea, Bermuda. Large mats of this floating algae form a living ceiling on the sea providing a nursery for larval species and critical shelter for other vulnerable marine species such as sea turtle hatchlings. // Photographed on @natgeo assignment Sargassum: A Floating Forest // #ocean #sargassum #Bermuda #frogfish #sargassosea for #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet 1627838346938513965_428984049

#repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photo by @daviddoubilet. Can you see me? A camouflaged sargassum frogfish hides from predators in the floating golden canopy of algae called sargassum in the Sargasso Sea, Bermuda. Large mats of this floating algae form a living ceiling on the sea providing a nursery for larval species and critical shelter for other vulnerable marine species such as sea turtle hatchlings. // Photographed on @natgeo assignment Sargassum: A Floating Forest // #ocean #sargassum #bermuda #frogfish #sargassoseafor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet

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View thaisstevin's Instagram  pense nisso: Você sabia que os canudos ou copinhos de café que você usa por poucos segundos irão ficar no ambiente por +- 500 anos? Siiiim! seu tatataraneto poderá encontrar ainda resquícios do seu consumo nos oceanos, nos peixes e em seu próprio organismo! VOCÊ TEM A ESCOLHA DE CONSUMIR OU NÃO! ♻️ leve sua própria garrafa de água ♻️ diga não ao canudo ♻️ utilize ecobags / sacolas retornáveis em@duas compras 
Essas são apenas algumas pequenas atitudes fazem muita diferença! Seja a diferença! 
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pense nisso: Você sabia que os canudos ou copinhos de café que você usa por poucos segundos irão ficar no ambiente por +- 500 anos? Siiiim! seu tatataraneto poderá encontrar ainda resquícios do seu consumo nos oceanos, nos peixes e em seu próprio organismo! VOCÊ TEM A ESCOLHA DE CONSUMIR OU NÃO! ♻️ leve sua própria garrafa de água ♻️ diga não ao canudo ♻️ utilize ecobags / sacolas retornáveis em@duas compras Essas são apenas algumas pequenas atitudes fazem muita diferença! Seja a diferença! #sharegoodness #sustainablelife #sustainability #oceanlover #lessplastic #moreocean #aloha #todosjuntos #somosum #vidacomproposito #5gyres

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View hivoltage's Instagram Photo by @daviddoubilet. Can you see me? A camouflaged sargassum frogfish hides from predators in the floating golden canopy of algae called sargassum in the Sargasso Sea, Bermuda. Large mats of this floating algae form a living ceiling on the sea providing a nursery for larval species and critical shelter for other vulnerable marine species such as sea turtle hatchlings. // Photographed on @natgeo assignment Sargassum: A Floating Forest // #ocean #sargassum #Bermuda #frogfish #sargassosea for #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet 1627189024665215024_6189812461

Photo by @daviddoubilet. Can you see me? A camouflaged sargassum frogfish hides from predators in the floating golden canopy of algae called sargassum in the Sargasso Sea, Bermuda. Large mats of this floating algae form a living ceiling on the sea providing a nursery for larval species and critical shelter for other vulnerable marine species such as sea turtle hatchlings. // Photographed on @natgeo assignment Sargassum: A Floating Forest // #ocean #sargassum #bermuda #frogfish #sargassoseafor #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet

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