14 Instagram Accounts with the Most Majestic Wildlife on Earth

14 Instagram Accounts with the Most Majestic Wildlife on Earth
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We'll be honest: Half the time we pull up our Instagram apps for no reason other than to get a little hit of animal cuteness. Celebs and bloggers are cool, but animals are better! We follow our fair share of dog rescues and pet squirrels, but our latest obsession is a bit on the wild side. In honor of Disney's newest nature doc, Born in China, we've been searching high and low for the best wildlife Instagrams out there, and you know what? We found some accounts that boast some of the most stunning images we've ever seen.

Born in China is a nature documentary unlike any you’ve seen before. You will go on an epic journey to the distant corners of China and follow three animal families as they live and grow in the depths of the wilds they call home. Get ready, because it’s sure to take your breath away. An added bonus? John Krasinski narrates!

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Check out these Instragram accounts of photo journalists, non-profits, scientists and the like to fill your timeline with all the animal goodness you'll need to get you through the days! And don't forget, you can experience Born in China on the big screen starting tomorrow, April 21.

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Smithsonian's National Zoo

National Wildlife Federation

Tim Laman

David Lloyd

https://www.instagram.com/p/BOpcAmkDK0C/?taken-by=davidlloyd

One of a few left now (only 7,100)

A post shared by David Lloyd | Wildlife (@davidlloyd) on

Will Burrard-Lucas

https://www.instagram.com/p/BS_Hz18DwIn/?taken-by=willbl

Baby hippo photographed in South Luangwa, Zambia

A post shared by Will Burrard-Lucas | Wildlife (@willbl) on

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

https://www.instagram.com/p/BRT4Mk8g3jt/?taken-by=usfws

I believe I can fly.......... Photo: Tom Koerner/#USFWS

A post shared by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (@usfws) on

Paul Nicklen

Ocean Conservancy

David Doubilet

SeaLegacy

National Geographic

Ronan Donovan

Brian Skerry

Joel Sartore

https://www.instagram.com/p/BSO0rowDO6R/?taken-by=joelsartore

 
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