A close up shot of one of the oceans truly interesting and unique animals. Their arms branch off their main body continuously into smaller and smaller delicate branches with which their catch their prey, plankton. Their name comes from the basket or cage shape they take as their arms stretch out to catch said plankton.
Photo @jasonedwardsng Weddell Seals are the only mammal that spends the entire year in Antarctica. Even during the depths of winter they shelter beneath the sea ice breathing through cracks in the frozen plates. So much to see and witness when we explore the southern continent with National Geographic Expeditions! @natgeoexpeditions #natgeoexpeditions#antarctica#wildlifepgotography
From seaplanes and auroras in Yellowknife to polar bears in Churchill! OMG the response from my last post has me completely overwhelmed with gratitude you guys! I'm just BEAMING because in like 3 business days I'm off to Churchill, Manitoba for the first time photographing POLAR BEARS! And polar bears rule, literally. You know who else rules!? Canadian Geographic (@cangeo) for sending me out to to see and experience the 'Great Ice Bear Adventure' with @churchillwildsafaris. I can't wait to share this experience with everyone, I'm obviously vibrating! #sharecangeo @cangeotravel #cangeotravel @explorecanada #explorecanada @travelmanitoba #exploremb Photo by @p_worthington shot on #galaxynote8 while in Yellowknife, NWT #samsungcanada @samsungcanada