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The Power of Photography! Photo by @stevewinterphoto. Time to turn the spotlight on America's Big Cat: Cougars, especially those living around #L.A., such as P-22 who I photographed for a @natgeo story on #Cougars, and who is now the Poster Boy for the recently launched ‪#‎SaveLaCougars‬ campaign.

Photo: @stevewinterphoto #Singapore Im bringing my National Geographic Live! talk My Nine Lives to the Esplanade Concert Hall on August 25th. I will be taking you in the field sharing stories about working with the Big Cats of the world. Tickets are still available so come join me! Tickets at http://ift.tt/1NsG1Dn Ive just finished shooting my worldwide #leopard story for @natgeo showcasing the worlds most adaptable but persecuted big cat as well as a Nat Geo Wild show. I covered leopards…

Photo by @tbfrost A school of glass fish surround a coral head in Raja Ampat Papua Indonesia. Raja Ampat harbors the most bio-diverse reef system in the world according to marine scientists. David Doubilet did a Nat Geo magazine story here in 2007 called Ultra Marine. Check it out for more about this amazing place. This photo was made just 3 days ago. For more from Raja Ampat and other wild places please follow me @tbfrost by natgeo

@natgeo @stevewinterphoto Here is more proof that we humans live with majestic animals in urban areas without even knowing they are there - AND without major problems - if we let them be. Leopards are the most adaptable and the most persecuted cat on our planet. Shot for my @natgeo 2 leopard cubs drinking at a waterhole close to a house where the caretaker of a local shrine lives. The man has goats and chickens that drink the water during the day - at night he puts the livestock in his…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Narwhals rest on the surface in the waters of the high arctic off Canadas Navy Board Inlet. Narwhals are called the unicorn whale due to their tusk which is actually a canine tooth that protrudes from the animals lip. Male narwhal tusks can grow to lengths of nearly nine feet. Coverage from an upcoming story in @natgeo about climate change in the arctic and the effect on wildlife and culture. For more ocean animal pics follow @BrianSkerry @thephotosociety…

Photo: @stevewinterphoto. Had a full house last night at the Sydney Opera House for my NG Live presentation -#Sydney thank you for showing up and all the positive reviews! I photographed this #baby #elephant with her mother in Sri Lanka while #onassignment for my upcoming @NatGeo story on #leopards due out in the December issue. Every 15 minutes an #elephant is killed for its ivory. We need to make owning ivory an act unbecoming of a civilized people. We need to all become people who…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A tiny seahorse swims just below the surface of the water within a mangrove in #Belize. Mangroves are critical habitat for many sea creatures and a natural nursery for juvenile animals. This seahorse has the ability to mimic the surrounding habit on its body in an effort to camouflage itself. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo and a story about the #mesoamericanreef. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #seahorse #underwater #OceanWildTour #nature #mangroves by natgeo

@stevewinterphoto on #assignment for @natgeo A leopard in a tree getting ready to jump down after feeding on the antelope above her. She is trying to find a way out btw the hyenas circling below her on the ground. This is in the Timbavati of South Africa. Im just finished shooting my worldwide #leopard story for @natgeo showcasing the worlds most adaptable but persecuted big cat. And for Nat Geo Wild a one hour TV program! From the wilds of #SouthAfrica to the heart of #Mumbai and Sir…

This two toed sloth had wandered into my yard in Gamboa Panama when I was working there with @christianziegler a few years ago on assignment for @natgeo. I took a few photos and then left it alone. Later on that night I went to check on it and found it had somehow wandered into the neighbors fenced off back yard and was having trouble finding its way out. Using a branch I lifted it across the fence and took it to the nearest patch of forest. Think sloths are gentle creatures? This one…

@stevewinterphoto on #assignment for @natgeo A leopard marking its territory by spraying on a tree and then rubbing it on its neck so it can go rub on another location. Im just finished shooting my worldwide #leopard story December 2015 @natgeo showcasing the worlds most adaptable but persecuted big cat. And for Nat Geo Wild a one hour TV program which premiers Jan 31st! From the wilds of #SouthAfrica to the heart of #Mumbai and Sir Lanka. National Geographic launched the Big Cats…