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EditPhoto Title:Sound the Siren
EditPhoto Description:Our oceans need our help. But it's not too late
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EditPhoto Alt Text:Raja Ampat, Indonesia is one of the most spectacular locations for diving in the world, especially during bait fish season. The reefs are already some of the most lush and pristine anywhere on the planet, but in October, every underwater scene is graced by the presence of millions of little silversides shoaling together en masse. The schools can be so thick they blot out the sun, or in this case, envelope a diver in a tornado of fins and scales.
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Edit Photo Title: ‘My Africa’ Premiered at Tribeca
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Edit Photo Alt Text: In Samburu culture, beads define the concept of a woman’s beauty. A beautiful woman in Samburu means well defined long neck and coloured body structure. The only way to achieve this is to war beads from infancy to old age. Beads are believed to make a woman feel feminine and beautiful, varying from neck rings, bracelets to anklets. It is always such a pleasure to be granted trust to photograph Samburu women - capturing their strength and colourful clothes and beads against the backdrop of Samburu's orange soil and orange-blue mountains is deeply inspiring.
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EditPhoto Title:The Time Is Now
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EditPhoto Alt Text:Muli and Matasha, Maasai guides who work with the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust, make their way up to the cloud forest atop of the Chyulu Hills.
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People need nature — and for over 30 years, Conservation International has worked to protect it. Through cutting-edge science, innovative pol​​icy and global reach, we empower people to protect the nature that we rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods.

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