Foi um fim de semana lindo em terras fluminenses. Nova Friburgo e Campos dos Goytacazes encheram meu coração de amor e alegria. Obrigada, viu? ♥️ E não acabou não. Sábado tem mais, em Maricá/RJ! Quem vai? #novafriburgo#camposdosgoytacazes#marica 📽: @v2filmes
tantas fotos com essa xícara e não tinha nada dentro dela, preciso confessar 😂🤙🏻
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Marcus Wagner (@mr.wgnr) got lost (literally) with a friend in an industrial neighborhood. “#WHPgetlost could be my personal theme — I’m always trying to find lost places, hideaways and strange locations.”
Lions in Malawi, the ‘warm heart of Africa’, are making a comeback! The country’s pride is growing as six wild lions have been safely transported from South Africa to their new homes in Majete Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park to help revive the parks’ predator populations. Just last week, four of these lions (two males and two females) joined the two male lions who were translocated to Liwonde in February this year. Lions were last seen in the park over four years ago, and it had been even longer since a breeding population lived in the park. We moved the other two males to Majete Wildlife Reserve to improve the genetic diversity of the current lion population there. All lions are in secure enclosures (bomas) where they are adjusting to their new environment and bonding, and will be released over the coming weeks and months. Africa’s wildlife has suffered immensely in recent decades, and the lion population has crashed by more than 40% since 1993. Just 100 years ago, more than 200,000 lions lived in Africa- today, best estimates put them at fewer than 20,000. “Very simply, if a park is not being managed then it will be lost, we have two options, one is we allow these places to disappear. The other is we make our own plan,” says CEO of @africanparksnetwork, Peter Fearnhead who was recently quoted by the Washington Post (see link in our bio). By working closely with the Government of Malawi, the local community as with critical support from the Dutch Government, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn – we are making a plan to restore the species to protected areas across Africa for the benefit of future generations. #AfricanParks#NaturesReturn#Conservation#Wildlife#Liwonde#Majete#Lions#Predators@africanparksnetwork#DutchGovernment, @lionrecovery and @leonardodicapriofdn@Zakouma_national_park
so wish i were there with u all today. u have no idea. love you so v much. 🐝
This is me at Princeton in the early 1980s. I know that being a first-generation college student can be scary, because it was scary for me. I was black and from a working-class neighborhood in Chicago, while Princeton’s student body was generally white and well-to-do. I’d never stood out in a crowd or a classroom because of the color of my skin before. But I found close friends and a mentor who gave me the confidence to be myself. Going to college is hard work, but every day I meet people whose lives have been profoundly changed by education, just as mine was. My advice to students is to be brave and stay with it. Congratulations to the Class of 2018! #ReachHigher
Best foot forward. #LouisVuitton presents the iconic Silhouette Ankle Boots. Find out more about the House’s Spirit of Travel at louisvuitton.com.