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Do you care?

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Dear all, Just wanted to share one story with all of you. One day just after a storm, a boy walking on the beach saw an old man picking up the starfishes from the sand and putting them back in water one by one. He went to the old man and asked, the beach is full of thousand of such fishes due to the storm, how many of them can you save? 
The old man replied, and looking at the fish said I don’t know how many can I save. I just know that it is making a difference to this one. Touched by his words, boy too started helping. Soon all the people on the beach, inspired by them started helping. After sometime the beach was clear of all the starfishes. That’s what one person’s determination can do.

So what are you waiting for? Share and inspire others around you. Use #itsmyturntolead hashtag and share:

• Your stories from your life which made a difference
• Small actions which you are taking every day (For eg. turning off the lights when not in use) but goes a long way in conservation and make a difference everyday.
• Some other persons work which has touched you
• Videos, Articles, Drawings and Photographs

We will share all interesting stories on our page. So instead of making resolutions and forgetting them, let's take action. Remember, Its our turn to lead.

#itsourturntolead #earthday2015 #bethechange #worldchangeneedsyou #earthdayeveryday #earthday #earthhour #earthdaynetwork #wwf #earth #sustainability #climatechange #difference #Quotes #globalevent #love #livelifefully #bloggedit #blogging #like4 #motherearth #changeclimatechange
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My Unforgettable Trip to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, India. My recent visit to tadoba was the best till date. Saw 12 different tigers with two females with four cubs each.

http://wildnest.in/trip-tadoba-andhari-tiger-reserve/

#wildlifephotography   #tadoba   #incredibleindia   #wildnest  

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Gharial | Chambal River, Near Dholpur, Rajasthan, India

Did you know, Chambal is one of the purest river in India. The existence of Gharial in river is the indicator of its purity as Gharial is very sensitive animal. Unlike Crocodiles(they can have anything), Gharial feeds on fish.

Know more about Chambal in our next post, Stay Tuned...

#wildlifephotography   #wildlifephotos   #incredibleindia   #Gharial   #Chambal  
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Wildlife Of India: An effort to show glimpse of Indian Wildlife. All photos and videos taken by team members

#wildlife #tigersafari #wildlifephotography   #incredibleindia   

http://youtu.be/wGcMmayY9vQ

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Video Footage: A wonderful sighting of family of five tigers in wild

To Know the full story behind the video, visit: http://wildnest.in/treat-watch-family-five-tigers-wild/

#wildlife   #tadobatigers   #incredibleindia  

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#43 Photo of the day – Estuarine Crocodile | Sundarbans, West Bengal, India
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Image by – Mr.Vinod Goel
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The estuarine crocodile is commonly called as saltwater crocodile as this is one species that cantolerate salt water concentration as found in the oceans. However they are also found in inland water bodies. 
#crocodile   #wildnest   #wildlife   #wildlifephotography   #photooftheday   #picoftheday  
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#42 Photo of the day – Leopard | Bera, Rajasthan, India
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Image by – Mr. Vinod Goel
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Some people believe that the bones and whiskers of leopards can heal sick people. Many leopards are killed each year for their fur and body parts and this is one reason why the leopard is an endangered animal. While they were previously found in the wild in a number of areas around the world, their habitat is largely restricted to sub-Saharan Africa with small numbers also found in India, Pakistan, Malaysia, China and Indochina.
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• Camera:  Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
• Lens:  EF 600mm f 4L
• Exif: Aperture: f/4, Shutter : 1/500, ISO – 800, focal length – 600 mm, Aperture Mode

#wildnest   #wildlifephotography   #leopard  
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