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  • Sri Lanka
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  • Switzerland
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  • Wonderful Norway
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  • Here’s another shot from the BBC Dynasties shoot, on which I worked as an expedition photographer and camera assistant together with @badgerboy05 a...
  • Here’s another shot from the BBC Dynasties shoot, on which I worked as an expedition photographer and camera assistant together with @badgerboy05 and @willplawson in 2017 in Antarctica. . For a substantial amount of time in the life of an emperor penguin the world revolves around his egg. Producing the egg requires an insane amount of energy from the female who will lose approximately a third of her body weight. Hence, it’s quite understandable that she has a hard time letting go of it once it’s time for her to leave the colony in order to feed. She will then pass the egg to her mate, who will take care of it until it hatches. . The father’s will keep hold of the egg and incubate it for almost three months, a timeframe during which they can hardly do anything since they are quite immobilized with such a fragile thing on their feet. Every now and then they will lift their belly and reveal the egg in their brood pouch, just to check whether everything is still ok with their offspring. They themselves will not have eaten for roughly 5 months until the chick finally hatches and its mother returns to switch roles with the father. . There was nothing more heartbreaking than seeing lost eggs or dead chicks on the icy ground once a storm had passed through the area. You simply had to empathize with the mothers and fathers who had faced such incredible hardships in order to raise their young, but lost everything in the end. The story of the emperors is an emotional one to say the least and they have forever earned my respect for the many sacrifices they make during their life. . Please follow my work on Instagram: @christmannphoto . @bbcearth #earthcapture #birdsofinstagram #penguinworld #antarctica #atkabay #wildlifefilmmaking #dynasties #bbcdynasties #earthonlocation #awesomeearth #onassignment #polar #climatechange #emperors #emperorpenguins #penguins #christmannphoto #natureinfocus #nature #naturephotography #remote #movie #film #neverstopexploring #fantastic_earth #earthfocus #photograph
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  • Quebec, Canada
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  • definitely one of my favorite encounters
  • definitely one of my favorite encounters
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  • Gloriousa Superba- Kenya’s National flower.
  • Gloriousa Superba- Kenya’s National flower.
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  • Dawki River,Meghalay, India.
  • Dawki River,Meghalay, India.
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  • Life began from non living organic compounds. Over multiple self replication and millions of years, are the variety of living organisms we see toda...
  • Life began from non living organic compounds. Over multiple self replication and millions of years, are the variety of living organisms we see today across the globe. One of the notable transition is photosynthesis. But that's only half the gamble. Living in a nutrient poor environment can be tough, and for plants, supplementing themselves with glucose via photosynthesis ain't enough. Some plants exploit a niche to compensate those required minerals that are not found in the ground, which other plants can't - turning carnivorous. Yes, eating bugs are not for energy, but for fertilizer essentially. @bbcearth
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  • Quebec, Canada
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