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Last 7 days follower growth
92.82% increase from last week
6.34M
Last 30 days follower growth
84.94% increase from last month.
211K
Average daily growth
84.94% change
1.58M
Average weekly growth
84.94% change
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Historical Stats
Date Followers Followings Media Count Engagement Rate
14 Feb, 2021
42,086,197
+6,327,695
88
14,647
0.00%
17 Jul, 2020
39,256,309
+3,479,561
83
13,211
0.38%
07 Jul, 2020
39,330,560
+3,338,988
83
13,240
0.45%
06 Jul, 2020
39,256,309
+3,145,876
83
13,211
0.38%
05 Jul, 2020
39,284,071
+2,724,460
83
13,225
0.53%
03 Jul, 2020
39,256,142
+2,636,779
83
13,211
0.37%
17 Jun, 2020
39,065,996
+2,289,065
82
13,119
0.36%
10 Jun, 2020
38,915,247
+2,107,496
85
13,074
0.44%
03 Jun, 2020
38,814,929
+1,916,039
85
13,060
0.37%
29 May, 2020
38,722,240
+1,694,171
85
13,035
0.35%
22 May, 2020
38,477,051
+1,437,448
85
12,945
0.34%
20 May, 2020
38,578,269
+41,507
85
12,981
0.38%
18 May, 2020
38,536,762
-41,507
85
12,966
0.45%
01 Mar, 2020
37,039,603
-1,437,448
81
12,484
0.52%
29 Feb, 2020
37,028,069
-1,694,171
81
12,478
0.48%
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Horses roam J Bar L Ranch in the Centennial Valley in southwest Montana. There is a strong bond with open spaces and a deep connection to what lives and dies here. People seem to measure worth by how comfortable you are around animals and how comfortable they are around you. I have seen young toddlers on horseback nestled between mother and mane. By age two, they are nuzzling calves. Children learn to throw a rope before they can talk. It is a place where people are shaped by the land itself, and they in turn help shape the land.Follow for more stories about our connections to the natural world. #horses #montana #rivers #bridges #ranches
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#bridges #montana #rivers #horses #ranches
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Taking a flight tour is a must-do for many visitors to Alaska, and for good reason. It’s hard to comprehend the scale and beauty of the state’s mountains and glaciers from the ground! Here you can see Denali, North America’s tallest mountain at 20,310 feet (6,190 meters), with the ancient Tokositna Glacier in the foreground. Follow for more. #Alaska #ClimateChange
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#climatechange #alaska
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by Muhammed Muheisen / Evzones, members of the Greek Presidential Guard, march at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Athens, Greece. For more photos and videos from different parts of the world, follow me and . #muhammedmuheisen #Athens #Greece #Evzones
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#evzones #muhammedmuheisen #greece #athens
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photos by Michael Yamashita / The Vietnamese love for flowers is most evident during the festive Tet New Year celebration on February 12. In the Mekong River Delta, marigolds and mums flood Cantho market with the colors yellow, orange, and red, believed to bring good fortune in the New Year. #cantho #mekongdelta #marigold #mumflowers #tet
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#mekongdelta #mumflowers #cantho #tet #marigold
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Weathered prayer flags hang between blooming rhododendrons on the pilgrimage route between Paro and Thimpu in Bhutan. The mountain kingdom has recognized some 49 different species of this plant within its borders, and it hosts an annual three-day festival celebrating these blooming plants every year. For more images of sacred places, plants, and pilgrimages, follow me .
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Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by and Juri De Luca / Fossils of long-extinct creatures aren’t just for museums. Today they are in homes and businesses, as wealthy collectors indulge a controversial hobby. Known in some circles as the “dinosaur cowboy,” rancher Clayton Phipps (at top) explores part of the Hell Creek Formation near his home in Jordan, Montana, with his son Luke. The layers of fossil-rich rock date to the end of the Cretaceous period and contain a valuable record of the world just before the dinosaurs became extinct. Many scientifically important fossils have been found here, including the world’s first identified T. rex in 1902. In the United States fossils found on private property usually belong to the landowner, and collectors may strike deals with owners to dig on their land. Phipps says fossils generate the bulk of his income, so when he’s not tending to ranch duties, he works his land in a more lucrative way—scouring it for dinosaur bones. #dinosaur #fossil #extinct #dinosaurs
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#dinosaur #extinct #fossil #dinosaurs
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Snow geese and other waterfowl fly north along the Central Flyway en route to nesting grounds in the Arctic. #migration #geese #spring
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#spring #migration #geese
Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Want to live close to nature for a while? This is surely a good way to social distance. I photographed this lovely hut in Hälsingland, Sweden, while working on a story about living near nature last summer. Follow for more inspiration from the Nordics. #ExploringHome #Sweden #Nordics
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Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Twisted piñon pine trees stand atop Dragon Point on the south rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison near Montrose, Colorado. #blackcanyon #gunnison #colorado
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Feb 14, 2021 01:33
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Photo by / Zack Crockett travels with his horse and mule along the Middle Fork of the Gila River in the Gila Wilderness of southern New Mexico. The Gila Wilderness was the first designated wilderness area in the United States and encompasses 870 square miles (2,253 square kilometers) of rugged country that includes desert, grasslands, piñon trees, pine forests, mountain ranges, and the largest still undammed river in the American West, the Gila River. This past November I began working on a story about the Gila Wilderness and the people who call this land home for .
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