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bunjywunjy: somnolenttt: bunjywunjy: earthstory: The difference between a good photograph and a National Geographic photograph is often just a slight shift in perspective. Sometimes a ladder is really inexpensive tool (less so in my case, since I had to fly it to the remote Indian Ocean atoll of Aldabra) to obtain a different point of view. This proved to be the case on assignment for @natgeo in Seychelles a few years ago, when the ladder helped me create the opening image for this story. I have posted that particular photograph before, but I will post it again tomorrow for reference. Aldabra has the highest concentration of blacktip reef sharks I have ever experienced. The sheer abundance of sharks there is completely out of this world. At low tide they congregate in a small lagoon on a reef flat where a brisk current bathes them in cooler well oxygenated water. They avoid the deeper water off the reef edge where bigger sharks may prey on them.Time lapse video by my assistant and talented videographer @ottowhitehead thomaspeschak 鈥淗EY! HEY HUMAN, HEY! TAKE OUR PICTURE TAKE OUR PICTURE!!!!鈥 Heres the photo he took while on the ladder SO MANY GOOD BOYS : bunjywunjy: somnolenttt: bunjywunjy: earthstory: The difference between a good photograph and a National Geographic photograph is often just a slight shift in perspective. Sometimes a ladder is really inexpensive tool (less so in my case, since I had to fly it to the remote Indian Ocean atoll of Aldabra) to obtain a different point of view. This proved to be the case on assignment for @natgeo in Seychelles a few years ago, when the ladder helped me create the opening image for this story. I have posted that particular photograph before, but I will post it again tomorrow for reference. Aldabra has the highest concentration of blacktip reef sharks I have ever experienced. The sheer abundance of sharks there is completely out of this world. At low tide they congregate in a small lagoon on a reef flat where a brisk current bathes them in cooler well oxygenated water. They avoid the deeper water off the reef edge where bigger sharks may prey on them.Time lapse video by my assistant and talented videographer @ottowhitehead thomaspeschak 鈥淗EY! HEY HUMAN, HEY! TAKE OUR PICTURE TAKE OUR PICTURE!!!!鈥 Heres the photo he took while on the ladder SO MANY GOOD BOYS
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elodieunderglass: profeminist: profeminist: 鈥淣ational Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!!聽 When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world鈥檚 leading lion researchers, to talk 聽about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he鈥檚 been waiting for someone to ask him this question since the original film came out. Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would have carved out a territory for her to rule.鈥 -聽Erin Biba鈥徛 In real life, Simba鈥檚 mom would be running the pride UPDATE: 鈥淩easons men gave for lecturing me on lion pride social structure and telling me one of the world鈥檚 leading lion researchers is wrong (I am not kidding these are real): -Watched The Lion King DVD extras -Read a textbook 25 years ago -Has been to the zoo -Everyone just knows If you ever wondered what it鈥檚 like to be a woman that communicates science, this is what it鈥檚 like. Any expertise you or your sources may have gained over decades of hard work are null and void because someone watched a DVD extra 25 years ago.鈥 -聽 Erin Biba聽 Hey that last one is a Mood : Erin Biba Following @erinbiba National Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!! In real life, Simba's mom would be running the pride A lion expert breaks down lion family dynamics. nationalgeographic.com 10:31 AM - 8 Jul 2019 Erin Biba@erinbiba 8h When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world's leading lion researchers, to talk about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he's been waiting for someone to ask him this question since the original film came out. t 186 1.5K Erin Biba@erinbiba 8h Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would have carved out a territory for her to rule. elodieunderglass: profeminist: profeminist: 鈥淣ational Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!!聽 When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world鈥檚 leading lion researchers, to talk 聽about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he鈥檚 been waiting for someone to ask him this question since the original film came out. Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would have carved out a territory for her to rule.鈥 -聽Erin Biba鈥徛 In real life, Simba鈥檚 mom would be running the pride UPDATE: 鈥淩easons men gave for lecturing me on lion pride social structure and telling me one of the world鈥檚 leading lion researchers is wrong (I am not kidding these are real): -Watched The Lion King DVD extras -Read a textbook 25 years ago -Has been to the zoo -Everyone just knows If you ever wondered what it鈥檚 like to be a woman that communicates science, this is what it鈥檚 like. Any expertise you or your sources may have gained over decades of hard work are null and void because someone watched a DVD extra 25 years ago.鈥 -聽 Erin Biba聽 Hey that last one is a Mood

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Archaeological evidence from the Sahara desert馃尩 suggests that humans have been using hallucinogenic mushrooms馃崉 for 7000 years or more. Mushrooms are represented in prehistoric art across many geographic regions. The spiritual and medicinal use of these sacred fungi馃崉 dramatically influenced ancient civilization.馃寛 - Even though emerging studies suggest a wide variety of health benefits馃憤 from consuming psilocybin, the psychedelic mushrooms continue to remain schedule 1.馃懏鈥嶁檪锔 Has anyone else noticed that often the substances that are good for our health and expand our minds are against the law?馃 Hmm I wonder why..馃檮 - 鉂楋笍Keep in mind that the responsible use of these sacred substances in a therapeutic environment is key to success.馃挴 Ideally you would take the mushrooms under the guidance of someone experienced with entheogens.鉂わ笍 - A growing number of people are also experimenting with consuming a sub-perceptual amount of psylocybin.馃憖 Microdosing psilocybin can be a powerful method to achieve higher levels of creativity, more energy, increased focus, and improved relational skills.馃槑: MAGIC MUSHROOMS @TRUTH SOCIETY Did you know psychedlic mushrooms have incredible health benefits? Psilocybin mushrooms have been used in a therapeutic setting to treat a wide variety of ailments and disorders including cluster headaches, OCD, anxiety, depression, and addiction. Archaeological evidence from the Sahara desert馃尩 suggests that humans have been using hallucinogenic mushrooms馃崉 for 7000 years or more. Mushrooms are represented in prehistoric art across many geographic regions. The spiritual and medicinal use of these sacred fungi馃崉 dramatically influenced ancient civilization.馃寛 - Even though emerging studies suggest a wide variety of health benefits馃憤 from consuming psilocybin, the psychedelic mushrooms continue to remain schedule 1.馃懏鈥嶁檪锔 Has anyone else noticed that often the substances that are good for our health and expand our minds are against the law?馃 Hmm I wonder why..馃檮 - 鉂楋笍Keep in mind that the responsible use of these sacred substances in a therapeutic environment is key to success.馃挴 Ideally you would take the mushrooms under the guidance of someone experienced with entheogens.鉂わ笍 - A growing number of people are also experimenting with consuming a sub-perceptual amount of psylocybin.馃憖 Microdosing psilocybin can be a powerful method to achieve higher levels of creativity, more energy, increased focus, and improved relational skills.馃槑

Archaeological evidence from the Sahara desert馃尩 suggests that humans have been using hallucinogenic mushrooms馃崉 for 7000 years or more. Mu...

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