Video by Bertie Gregory @bertiegregory | A male polar bear opens an eye during a nap on the west coast of Hudson Bay, Canada. This male bear was in no rush. He was waiting near the water’s edge in anticipation for the big freeze: an annual event when the ocean turns into a rock-solid ice pathway. This ice allows him to hunt his primary prey, the ringed seal. To see this guy in action and to learn more about polar bears’ incredible lives, watch ‘Wild_Life: The Big Freeze’. Premiering this Friday, 8/16 at 9pm EST on Nat Geo Wild. Follow @bertiegregory for more on the series. #bear#arctic#cold#wildlife#wild_Life
Cheers you sexy SOB ?
A very cool honor to have multiple Dwayne Johnsons have a presence at the world renowned @madametussauds. One sexy DJ will have full time residency in London, while the other sexy DJ will travel Asia and the world, starting at #MadameTussaudsBeijing.
So I invite you all to come hang out with me, take some fun selfies, raise a glass and toast to hard work, gratitude and the words I NEVER hear when people meet me for the first time, I thought you’d be bigger, Rock!? ?
Thanks again, Madame Tussauds.
Cool honor ?
My @kkwbeauty 90’s inspired Matte Smoke & Matte Cocoa Collection just dropped!!! The collection features 2 10-Pan Eyeshadow Palettes, 6 Lipsticks in a brand new matte formula, 6 Lip Liners and 5 Eyeliners. These warm and cool-toned color ranges are perfect for your everyday makeup look. Shop the collection at kkwbeauty.com and enjoy free shipping for the entire month of August on all $50+ domestic orders!!
Photos by Cristina Mittermeier @cristinamittermeier | A quarter of all shark species are at risk of extinction. Around the world, we are fishing many shark species faster than they can reproduce, and once over-fished, sharks will take a long time to recover—if they can recover. We can be angry and heartbroken, but we also can go deeper to understand why this problem exists and rectify it. We need stronger management and legislation in place to protect them. Thankfully, the world is starting to wake up to the crisis sharks face, but we need more voices to join us. Please help me in preserving their beauty and start #TurningTheTide for sharks at @cristinamittermeier.#ocean#conservation#CITES4Sharks
Photo by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz | Euphrasia poplar trees tap into shallow ground water near the Talimu River, as it sinks into the sands of the Taklamakan Desert in Xinjiang, China. Scientists call these trees diversifolia, as the mature trees have two leaf shapes, some round like an aspen and some elongated like eucalyptus. Yet both turn yellow at the same time in mid-October. To view more of our world from above, follow @geosteinmetz.