Pew’s First Pictures on Instagram—You’ll Want to See This

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Pew’s First Pictures on Instagram—You’ll Want to See This
Freckled Porcupinefish© Eduardo Sorensen

During our work to help establish the world’s third-largest fully protected marine park in Easter Island, a territory of Chile, we spotted this freckled porcupinefish.

Working around the world to protect the natural environment, The Pew Charitable Trusts’ staff and consultants encounter breathtaking wildlife and landscapes, and people with fascinating stories. We want to share these experiences with you, through the Instagram image-sharing app. Be among the first to see our photos and videos today. Check out Pew Environment on Instagram, and follow us—@pewenvironment—to get daily visuals of rare creatures, remarkable terrain, dazzling underwater scenes, and the people committed to safeguarding these natural treasures.

We’ll feature the sharpest photos, videos, and graphics from Pew’s experts and artists. We’ll also bring you behind-the-scenes looks at our shoots and intriguing tales and facts about the environment.

We can’t wait to show you the places and faces we encounter during our adventures in conservation—and to see your comments on our images. 

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