[SOUND ON] How could we not share this little chick on #WorldPenguinDay ?! Emperor penguins are abundant in numbers, but are at direct risk of the effects of climate change. The birds rely on the sea ice forming in winter to lay their eggs and raise chicks. With the ice forming later in the year and breaking away more often, penguins could face catastrophic declines. Via @bbcearth
By @edgar_pacific_photography : I took this photo of an adolescent humpback whale in the South Pacific, several miles off the coast of Tongatapu, Tonga. I captured this as a split-shot with half my dome port submerged, and the other above the surface. This playful whale came right up to me and looked directly into my eyes as the tip of his rostrum glistened in the afternoon sun. Looking closely, you can see Loni, our expert skipper, lining up a surface shot of this incredible encounter from the roof of our dive boat.
To see the full movie, click on the link in @maxjoseph ’s bio 📕📚
🎶 You’ll not see nothin’ like the mighty quim 🎶 Satin on antique chair by @sally_hewett
Who wore it better? 🎥: @kristinamendonca
[SOUND ON] Money can’t buy me love. Or can it? 🎥: @yiannisbellis 🧿🇬🇷