13 wildlife photographers you should follow on Instagram

From a Great White Shark patrolling the sea floor in the waters of South Australia and a group of Humpback Whales smashing through the icy waves of the Arctic, to an owl hunting in the snow and a young, inquisitive leopard cub checking out a camera, here’s some of the best wildlife shots.

Here’s 13 wildlife photographers you need to follow on Instagram:

Big Encounter

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@stevewinterphoto @natgeo Today is World Rhino Day!! Rhinos are being massacred for their horns. Last year 1054 rhinos were killed in South Africa alone. Rhino horn has been found to have no medicinal value. It is made of keratin, the same tissue as our hair or nails – so chew your fingernails – and SAVE THE RHINO! Check out: Save the Rhino and Rhinos without Borders Follow me @stevewinterphoto to see more images of big cats @natgeo @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #savetherhino #ivoryfree #wildaid @wildaid #worldrhinoday2017 #endpoaching #photooftheday @eiainvestigator #rhinoswithoutborders #racingextinction #startwith1thing #savetherhino #rhino #africa @africanparksnetwork @natgeo #instawild #instashooters #wildlife #wildlifephotojournalism @ngwild #natgeowild @thephotosociety #NatGeoCreative #onassignment #wildlifeconservation #inthefield #wildlifephotojournalism #BCI #bigcatsintiative #photooftheday #beauty #lion @africanparksnetwork
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Photo by @BrianSkerry. A Great White Shark swims over the sea floor in the waters off of South Australia. Imagine a land predator, the size of a pick-up truck hunting in places like California or Cape Cod. We would know everything there is to know about such an animals, yet because of the challenges of ocean science, Great White Sharks remain somewhat enigmatic, with much of their behaviors and even its population numbers, unknown. To read more about the largest predatory fish in the sea, check out the July issue of National Geographic Magazine (@NatGeo) for a story on these complex animals. To see more oceanic photography, follow @BrianSkerry on Instagram. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #great #white #shark #south #austrailia #ocean #science #nature #photography #underwater #nat #geo #national #geographic #photooftheday #NikonAmbassador #NikonNoFilter #NikonLove

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