National Geographic a ajuns și în Moldova, cel puțin pe Instagram. Comunitatea a creat o pagină oficială pe Instagram în exclusivitate pentru Moldova. Pagina e activă din 6 iulie. Pe Instagram găsiți mai multe detalii despre flora, fauna și locurile pitorești din Moldova.

Fiecare postare e însoțită de o descriere. Așa aflăm că lupii în 2011 s-au întors în pădurile din Moldova după o absență de 40 de ani sau că în Moldova sunt 281 de specii de păsări, dintre care 89 sunt specii rare protejate de stat prin lege, iar 39 dintre acestea sunt incluse în cea de-a doua ediție a Cărții Roșii a Republicii Moldova, sau descoperim detalii noi despre rezervațiile naturale din țară și fauna, și flora protejate în acestea.

De asemenea, în highlights găsiți evidențiate exponatele incluse în Cartea Roșie a țării, fauna, flora și locurile pitorești. În calitate de fotografi colaborează cu National Geographic patru artiști vizuali din Moldova.

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The hydrographic network of Moldova includes more than 3,000 rivers and rivulets, of which 10 exceed a length of 100 km. The main rivers are the Nistru (1,352 km, including 657 km within the borders of the country), the Prut (976 km, including 695 km within the borders of the country), the Raut (286 km), the Cogalnic (243 km, including 125 km within the borders of the country), the Bic (155 km), and the Botna (152 km). Moldova has about 60 natural lakes and 3,000 reservoirs. The largest Moldovan lakes are Beleu, Dracele, Rotunda, Fontan, Bic and Rosu, each with a water surface area exceeding 1 km2. #natgeomoldova . . . Photo credit: @rybaleov #moldova #moldovateiubesc #moldova_today #igmoldova #moldova_noastra #visitmoldova #welcometomoldova #vscomoldova #ashadetare #imiplacemd #moldovateiubesc #malldova #orashulmeu #toamna #toamnainmoldova #toamnelelamoldova #toamnelelamoldovatoamnele🍃🍂🍁💛 #chisinau #faunamoldovei #floramoldovei #moldovapitoreasca #visitmoldova #discovermoldova #moldovaroutes #moldovacasamea

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Snail growth in Moldova started recently. The favorable climate and good ecology conditions make it perfect for snail farm to start in Moldova. The snail meat is healthy. It contains only 0.5% fat, 16% proteins and 9 of the 10 amino acids that are essential for humans. However, the Moldovan people are not yet used to the new snacks and prefer eating meat or fish. #natgeomoldova #welcometomoldova . . . Photo credit: @cristibarancean #moldova #moldovamea #localsmd #visitmoldova #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelling #travelingram #traveler #travelphotography #traveller #travels #traveltheworld #travelblog #vacation #vacations #moldovamea #moldova_today #ashadetare #localsmd #vscomoldova #visitmoldova #welcometomoldova #moldovafauna #faunamoldovei

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Zimbrăria Domneasca is situated 3 km from the village of Moara Domneasca and about 25 km from the headquarters of the „Padurea domneasca ” Natural Reservation. Established in August 2005, sheltering the three bisons brought from Poland. Bisons are classified as endangered species included in Red Book of Moldova .Truly impressive animal that can reach 3.5 meters in length is considered the hardest wild mammal on the territory of Europe. From 2005 to 2017 Zimbrăria is populated by 7 bisons , 2 females and 5 males. Animals which is considered by many to be a national symbol. #natgeomoldova . . . Photo credit: Rafal Kowalczyk #toamnainmoldova #peisajelemoldovei #faunamoldovei #rezervatianaturala #animalepecalededisparitie #welcometomoldova #moldovatoamna #moldovapitoreasca #imiplacemd #moldova_today #igmoldova #vscomoldova #ashadetare #localsmd #padureadomneasca #toamnelelamoldova #moldovameafrumoasa #chisinaugram #moldovateiubesc #malldova #moldovaphotography

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Rare birds can be seen in Copanca village where there is a natural reservation as well.Black swan can be found in habitats that include large lakes, ponds, rivers, rivers, lagoons or marshes, sometimes on flooded meadows or at sea. Less than a summer swan, a body length of 110-140 cm, the size of 160-200 cm, an average body weight of 6.2 kilograms. #natgeomoldova #welcometomoldova🇲🇩 . . . #swanbird #blackswan #birdsofinstagram #birds #birdsofparadise #birdsofmoldova #birdshots #birds_perfection #birds_of_ig #birdsphotography #almightybirds #birdstagram #photographsofbirds #yourbestbirds #moldova #moldovamea #moldovastyle #moldova_mea #moldova🇲🇩 #visitmoldova #igmoldova #vscomoldova #vsco #nature #naturephotography #naturelovers

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Saharna forms 22 waterfalls, the largest of which is at the last meander of the stream to the east. The most spectacular is the waterfall, the noise of which is heard already after the first turning of the cornice bead.The waterfall falls from a height of 4 m, and instead of its fall, a excavation of up to 10 m depth was formed, named"Gypsy Pit". #natgeomoldova #welcometomoldova🇲🇩 . . . #waterfall #waterfalls #waterfallphotography #waterfallsofinstagram #travelgram #travelling #travelingram #traveler #travelphotography #traveller #travels #traveltheworld #travelblog #vacation #vacations #vacationtime #instatravel #instatraveling #instatrip #instagramanet #instatag #tourist #tourism #mytravelgram #trip #visiting

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In 2018, farmers harvested over 1.1 million tons of wheat in Moldova. Two-thirds of this crop was exported. For consumption in Moldova, we need about 350 thousand tons, and we produce more than a million, economic expert in agriculture Viorel Chivriga estimated. But the country still continues to import this culture from Kazakhstan and Russia. We are talking about high-quality grain, which, for several reasons, cannot be grown in Moldova but it’s needed in bread production. #natgeomoldova . . . Photo credit: @chumash_ #moldova #moldovalandscapes #moldovapitoreasca #moldovaphotography #toamnelelamoldova #moldovamea #moldovateiubesc #orashulmeu #viatalasat #vesniciasanascutlasat #localsmd #chisinau #ashadetare #moldova_today #igmoldova #vscomoldova #moldovatoamna #chisinau #welcometomoldova #moldova_noastra #landscapephotography #sheep #sheepstagram

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If, in 2017, Moldova produced around seven thousand tons of honey, last year the harvest amounted to just over six thousand tons. There are some beekeepers from Moldova, who have lost 60-70 percent of honey in 2019.Excessive use of chemicals to protect agricultural crops. And again, here is the communication between beekeepers and farmers, to inform each other about the treatments to be carried out ,mentioned the president of the Association of Beekeepers of Moldova, Ion Maxim. Specialists say that the disappearance of bees would affect people's lives and the global economy. In our country, there are more than seven thousand beekeepers, who have around 300 thousand bee families. #natgeomoldova . . . #toamnainmoldova #moldovapitoreasca #moldovamea #moldova_mea #welcometomoldova #igmoldova #moldovateiubesc #vscomoldova #madeinmoldova #instamoldova #ashadetare #localsmd #chisinau #aneniinoi #cobuscanoua #satelemoldovei #chisinaugram #vscomoldova

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The Ministry of Environment mentioned that the vertebrate fauna of the Republic of Moldova includes 281 bird species, of which 89 are rare fauna species and are protected by the Law on the state-protected natural areas. Also, 39 species are included in the second edition of the Red Book of the Republic of Moldova. Spoonbill is one of those rare species that can be seen in Moldova. Also a commemorative coin was created by NBM from the series “Red Book of the Republic of Moldova” #natgeomoldova . . . Photo credit: Martin Mecnarowski Information provided by: @sppn.moldova #moldova #moldovamea #localsmd #visitmoldova #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelling #travelingram #traveler #travelphotography #traveller #travels #traveltheworld #travelblog #vacation #vacations #welcometomoldova #vacationtime #vscomoldova #localsmd #instagramanet #igmoldova #promovezmoldova

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Wolves returned to Moldova in 2011 after a 40-year absence. Common gray wolf is the one that can be seen in this area. Estimated to be between 70 to 75 wolves in recent reports according to Moldsilva(2019). This animal is strictly protected animal by law nr 1538 XIII of 1998 of State Natural Protected Areas . Expert notice that now the number of wolves is bigger than is should be , just no more than one or two wolves for every 10000 hectares of wooded area is considered enough. #natgeomoldova . . . #moldova #moldovamea #localsmd #visitmoldova #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelling #travelingram #traveler #travelphotography #traveller #travels #traveltheworld #travelblog #vacation #vacations #vacationtime #instatravel #instatraveling #instatrip #instagramanet #instatag #mytravelgram #trip #rezervatianaturala #ashadetare #igmoldova

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Moldova possesses diverse forest communities;but the most common dominant species are Quercus robur and Quercus petraea, but in cultivated ones – Robinia pseudocacia. From the total area of the forest fund, 4,7% are meadow forests, approximately 1% – petrophyle forests. The majority of meadow forests represents bands along Nistru and Prut Rivers. #natgeomoldova . . . Photo credit: @romanfriptuleac #discovermoldova #travellerphotography #wildlifetour #vscomoldova #visitmoldova #rezervatianaturala #travellerlife #natgeotraveller #travellersnotebook #wildlifeconservation #moldovamea #igmoldova #chisinau #localsmd #moldova #ashadetare #wildlifephotography #animallovers #moldova🇲🇩 #nature #moldovamea

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The pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) or "hunting pheasant" is a bird than can be seen often in Republic of Moldova. The location of the pheasant in the field depends on the seasons. In the spring when the vegetation begins to rise and provide shelter, the pheasant goes out to the field, first to paddy crops and later to pigeons. When the corn dries and the leaves begin to make a noise when the wind blows, the pheasant comes out and looks for the dried grasses, the clusters of sprouts, the scrubs, etc. In the fall, when the field is bare, the pheasant retreats to the shelter of the forest, and in its absence in shrubs, crops of protection and any vegetation that can provide shelter. #natgeomoldova #welcometomoldova . . . #moldova #moldovamea #localsmd #visitmoldova #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelling #travelingram #traveler #travelphotography #traveller #travels #traveltheworld #travelblog #vacation #vacations #vacationtime #instatravel #instatraveling #instatrip #instagramanet #instatag #tourist #moldova_today #ashadetare #localsmd #igmoldova #vscomoldova

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In the northeastern part of Basarabia, in 1959, after an explosion produced in the gypsum pit, two openings were discovered, which where full of water.Thus, a real geode was discovered, one of the largest caves in the world formed in gypsum rock. Cave Cave of Criva ranks third in Europe in length and grandeur and is the seventh place in the world among the gypsum caves. #natgeomoldova #welcometomoldova🇲🇩 . . . #caves #naturalcaves #cavestory #cavesinnature #moldovamea #moldovastyle #moldovateiubesc #chisinau #localsmd #descoperamoldova #igmoldova #vscomoldova #visitmoldova #moldova🇲🇩 #madeinmoldova #moldovatravel #travelmoldova #moldovalandscapes #pestera #pesteracriva #pesteri #discovermoldova #chisinaugram #chisinaumoldova #chisinaustreet

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