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@silvia_sodano

Safari 's perfect outfit With @paperlacelondon shorts ❀️ . . . #kenya #love #photooftheday #pretty #savana #travel

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@juliannelillebo

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@novalanalove

[Anzeige] Good morning everyone πŸ’› we had a super early morning safari today & it was just beautiful! This experience is beyond words and I am so happy and grateful to be a part of itπŸ™πŸΌ thank you @modelistemagazine & @finchhattons πŸ¦“ #ModeAroundTheGlobe #WhyILoveFinchHattons #WidenYourWorld @turkishairlines

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@sahilwanzah

Look up to the sky πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺπŸ¦’β€οΈ @letstravelkenya @jumiatraveleaf #travelkenya

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@aophies_

#NatGeo100Contest In 2017, I traveled to Kenya to explore parts of #Masailand, #Nairobi and #TsavoWestNationalPark for an internship when I was studying at @theohiostateuniversity, where I took this photo. In Tsavo West NP, I followed park rangers for four weeks to understand the conservation efforts and daily living of those who live in this remote area (animal and human). In this area, many people of the community think of elephants as pests; some of the reasons being that they destroy their crops, take grazing land from their livestock, and that they can be violent when coming into contact with humans. Pictured here is an elephant that had been killed by a poisoned dart by one of the people of the community; we knew this was the case because when we came back two weeks after this incident the elephant had not been scavenged by any predators. When this happens, the rangers that work at the wildlife reserve will cut the trunk and half the head of the elephant off to remove the tusks so that the @kenyawildlifeservice can come and take the tusks to a guarded area where at some point the tusks will be burned and destroyed to send a message, also so that the ivory does not get into the wrong hands. Poaching is illegal in Kenya, and poaching consist of many different reasons for doing so. Many people in these communities do not understand how unique and endangered these animals are becoming in todays world because they do not have the resources to become educated on the news and information from the outside world- I remember one lady asking me if the wild elephants looked the same in the United States as they did in Kenya. By educating people of these communities, and even people outside these third world countries of the importance of these animals, one day we can hope that we can all work together to defend these creatures. In inspiration of @natgeo, I am hoping that one day this will war will end, before it is too late. We need to live in unison with all creatures, this was their land before it was ours.. we must do more. β€œAre we happy that our grandchildren may never seen an elephant except in a picture book?”- D. Attenborough #natgeo100contest

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@djyeezy

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@gidue

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@olenskaaa

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@femkevanginkel

MIND-BLOWING ⊚ ⊚ ⊚ ⊚ ⊚ #safari #kenya #tsavowest #giraf #unbelievable #instagood #instatravel #africa #nationalpark #travel #travelgram

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@anna_reimane

giraffe love 🧑

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@jekaterina_kalina

Before safari and after πŸ˜πŸ¦’πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺπŸ“ΈπŸ₯ΎπŸ¦πŸ†πŸŽ’πŸ—» #kenya #explore #africa #safari #happycouple #tsavo #tsavonationalpark #daytrip #travel #ilovetravel

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