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  • In and out like a trout. Apparently cheetahs are even quicker...⠀ ⠀
    Picture by: @hugotrew
    ✌ Lions, the true kings
    👍 Be sure to follow us @lionsanctuary
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    No copyright infringement intended. All credit to the creators.
    ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Please follow me: -@the__lion__king__
  • In and out like a trout. Apparently cheetahs are even quicker...⠀ ⠀
Picture by: @hugotrew
✌ Lions, the true kings
👍 Be sure to follow us @lionsanctuary
➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
No copyright infringement intended. All credit to the creators.
➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Please follow me: -@the__lion__king__
  •  9  1 8 minutes ago
  • We can learn a lot from trees; they’re a lot like us in many ways.
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    Trees can teach us compassion. And how to support each other so that we can maintain healthy and thriving relationships; they can teach us a lot about the value of community.
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    They depend on it and each other in order to to reach their fullest potential.
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    We, similarly to trees, also rely on one another as well as on our environment for survival. Even if we don’t want to admit that.
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    For so many year we have allowed our egos to get the better of us and convince us that depending on others is something that should we avoided.
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    When growing up and throughout our lives we are often being told that we shouldn’t be trusting or engaging with people who are not well known to us; to assume the worst in others, in order to be safe and protected.
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    What this has led to is a loss of touch with other and with society in general.
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    But just like a tree we need to reach out and support one another, and at the same time give ourselves room to grow.
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    Trees teach us that we as strong as individuals but we are just as strong as a community.
  • We can learn a lot from trees; they’re a lot like us in many ways.
🌳
Trees can teach us compassion. And how to support each other so that we can maintain healthy and thriving relationships; they can teach us a lot about the value of community.
🌳
They depend on it and each other in order to to reach their fullest potential.
🌳
We, similarly to trees, also rely on one another as well as on our environment for survival. Even if we don’t want to admit that.
🌳
For so many year we have allowed our egos to get the better of us and convince us that depending on others is something that should we avoided.
🌳
When growing up and throughout our lives we are often being told that we shouldn’t be trusting or engaging with people who are not well known to us; to assume the worst in others, in order to be safe and protected.
🌳
What this has led to is a loss of touch with other and with society in general.
🌳
But just like a tree we need to reach out and support one another, and at the same time give ourselves room to grow.
🌳
Trees teach us that we as strong as individuals but we are just as strong as a community.
  •  10  1 12 minutes ago
  • Want to explore the forest and experience Tharu cultural dance?
    The vibrant Tharu culture and dance is the best part adding to the Chitwan experience. Tharu cultural performance articulate the stories of their culture,lifestyle and unique traditional signature dress. The dance symbolizes how the community loves being in challenging condition with smile and dance. Each single dance had a deep profound meaning that revealed how the Tharu people live in harmony with the nature that surrounds them. Witness the different types of dances like Thekar which is performed using 2 sticks. Dafu dance 💃 carry out using musical instruments made of gold skin and adorned with peacock 🦚 feathers . Also Bhajayati dance using long stick and beating each other. Don’t miss to watch Tharu dance while you are in Sauraha? Are you ready to plunge into the glorious Tharu culture and adventurous jungle safari? Then visit our website for more information. #junglesafari #culture #culturaldance #tharuethnicity #chitwan #chitwannationalpark #safari #wildlifeconservation #cultural #tradition #nepal #kathmandu #sauraha #explore #neverstopexploring #culturalexperience #nepalsanctuarytreks #visitnepal2020
  • Want to explore the forest and experience Tharu cultural dance?
The vibrant Tharu culture and dance is the best part adding to the Chitwan experience. Tharu cultural performance articulate the stories of their culture,lifestyle and unique traditional signature dress.  The dance symbolizes how the community loves being in challenging condition with smile and dance. Each single dance had a deep profound meaning that revealed how the Tharu people live in harmony with the nature that surrounds them.  Witness the different types of dances like Thekar which is performed using 2 sticks. Dafu dance 💃 carry out using musical instruments made of gold skin and adorned with peacock 🦚 feathers . Also Bhajayati dance using long stick and beating each other.  Don’t miss to watch Tharu dance while you are in Sauraha?  Are you ready to plunge into the glorious Tharu culture and adventurous jungle safari?  Then visit our website for more information. #junglesafari #culture #culturaldance #tharuethnicity #chitwan #chitwannationalpark #safari #wildlifeconservation #cultural #tradition #nepal #kathmandu #sauraha #explore #neverstopexploring #culturalexperience #nepalsanctuarytreks #visitnepal2020
  •  4  0 36 minutes ago
  • What do you think of this Green Turtle?
    Green turtles are threatened by habitat loss and illegal egg harvesting.
    Ocean conservation projects are helping to ensure their survival by protecting the habitat they live in. -
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    🎥 @tomsunderwaterphotography
  • What do you think of this Green Turtle? 
Green turtles are threatened by habitat loss and illegal egg harvesting. 
Ocean conservation projects are helping to ensure their survival by protecting the habitat they live in. -
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🎥 @tomsunderwaterphotography
  •  23  1 46 minutes ago
  • Himalayan Blue Sheep [Pseudois nayaur] is found in the high Himalayan mountains of Bhutan. They are actively feeding and resting during day time on the grassy mountain slops. Shy animal and well camouflage, if noticed run uphill. It is categorized as Least Concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). For going wildlife photo tour to Bhutan or discovering more about Bhutan wildlife or to get more practical advice on wildlife photo tour and to learn how to book tours, simply email us at thinlaywma@gmail.com
  • Himalayan Blue Sheep [Pseudois nayaur] is found in the high Himalayan mountains of Bhutan. They are actively feeding and resting during day time on the grassy mountain slops. Shy animal and well camouflage, if noticed run uphill. It is categorized as Least Concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). For going wildlife photo tour to Bhutan or discovering more about Bhutan wildlife or to get more practical advice on wildlife photo tour and to learn how to book tours, simply email us at thinlaywma@gmail.com
  •  10  2 46 minutes ago