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As forests across Asia have been drastically cut back, elephants have been among the most affected species. They are so like us in their intelligence, complex emotional bonds and deep ties to family, and their profound impact on their environment. The extent to which elephants and their recently extinct relatives engineered (and continue to engineer) our forests and ecosystems is almost incomprehensible. And so it is profoundly heartbreaking to see the modern reality. You see, elephants migrate. But today their old maps are ruined by roads, villages, highways, and all other kinds of sprawling human development. Rural farmers have been put into direct conflict with herds as starved and hungry giants raid farms. The reaction is that people poison them, shoot them, hurl flames, place electrical wires, and more. The contest between humans and elephants for the remaining wild spaces in our world has become an all out war. . . My work in India has shown me the front lines in the war between humans and wildlife. There have been casualties on both sides (although with far greater losses on the elephant side). For that reason, elephants are key characters in The Girl and the Tiger, a book I hope will bring people into the lives of wild tigers and elephants, and help us to reexamine our relationship to animals, nature, and each other. The Girl and the Tiger comes out on September 17th. You can pre-order your copy today through the link in my bio. . . *Photo by Biplab Hazra #thegirlandthetiger #conservation #elephant #india #wildlifephotography #book #elephantsofinstagram

As forests across Asia have been drastically cut back, elephants have been among the most affected species. They are so like us in their intelligence, complex emotional bonds and deep ties to family, and their profound impact on their environment. The extent to which elephants and their recently extinct relatives engineered (and continue to engineer) our forests and ecosystems is almost incomprehensible. And so it is profoundly heartbreaking to see the modern reality. You see, elephants migrate. But today their old maps are ruined by roads, villages, highways, and all other kinds of sprawling human development. Rural farmers have been put into direct conflict with herds as starved and hungry giants raid farms. The reaction is that people poison them, shoot them, hurl flames, place electrical wires, and more. The contest between humans and elephants for the remaining wild spaces in our world has become an all out war. .
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My work in India has shown me the front lines in the war between humans and wildlife. There have been casualties on both sides (although with far greater losses on the elephant side). For that reason, elephants are key characters in The Girl and the Tiger, a book I hope will bring people into the lives of wild tigers and elephants, and help us to reexamine our relationship to animals, nature, and each other. The Girl and the Tiger comes out on September 17th. You can pre-order your copy today through the link in my bio. .
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*Photo by Biplab Hazra
 #thegirlandthetiger #conservation #elephant #india #wildlifephotography #book #elephantsofinstagram

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2019-09-11 01:31:12

We’ve all seen a thousand images of tigers. But no matter how beautiful, these images do little to instill in us any percentage of what a tiger truly is. What a tiger means. (a deeper meditation on this later). For now, I could not think of a more beautiful image to share than this one by @alvislazarusphotography . . . So this is it. This week starts the countdown. It’s ONE WEEK until my new book THE GIRL AND THE TIGER reaches the world. Over the next few days I’m going to be taking you into some of my journals, through some of the work I’ve done in India. Because the story of what modern tigers endure is almost too much to believe. The things I have seen in terms of elephant suffering almost too much to bear. (Oh! how to crunch this all into one little post?!) Suffice to say: I’m about to tell you a story you’re not gonna believe. . . #tiger #newbook #beautifulbooks #paulrosolie #thegirlandthetiger #animals #fiction #conservation #photography #wildlife

We’ve all seen a thousand images of tigers. But no matter how beautiful, these images do little to instill in us any percentage of what a tiger truly is. What a tiger means. (a deeper meditation on this later). For now, I could not think of a more beautiful image to share than this one by @alvislazarusphotography .
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So this is it. This week starts the countdown. It’s ONE WEEK until my new book THE GIRL AND THE TIGER reaches the world. Over the next few days I’m going to be taking you into some of my journals, through some of the work I’ve done in India. Because the story of what modern tigers endure is almost too much to believe. The things I have seen in terms of elephant suffering almost too much to bear. (Oh! how to crunch this all into one little post?!) Suffice to say: I’m about to tell you a story you’re not gonna believe. .
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 #tiger #newbook #beautifulbooks #paulrosolie #thegirlandthetiger #animals #fiction #conservation #photography #wildlife

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2019-09-10 01:49:01

Here's a short film I made a few years back that was awarded by the United Nations for showing the incredible wildlife of the Las Piedras River. As the world unites in horror over the fires and continued destruction - here is a look at what we stand to lose in the short film: An Unseen World.

Here's a short film I made a few years back that was awarded by the United Nations for showing the incredible wildlife of the Las Piedras River. As the world unites in horror over the fires and continued destruction - here is a look at what we stand to lose in the short film: An Unseen World.

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2019-09-08 18:40:48

The forest is so quiet I can hear my pen. When the birds are calm, thoughts are clear. Legs like trees with soft wrinkled bark. Way up where I cannot see, there are bits of flowers in the hairs between his ears. Down here, the lazy crush of molars travels down heavy joints to rumble the earth. While all I can hear is present, he can hear the whisper of his ancestors. At night when I sleep safe, he travels through the jungle. That's why he knows where the tiger lives, and what the trees are planning. While my nose tells me little, his knows where I've been, and what I'm feeling. His breath is full of ancient things. There are memories there that are hard to accept. Thoughts I don't know how to have. But I am willing to listen, and allow it to slowly sink in. That our inability to understand them has nothing to do with the limitations of their minds, and everything to do with the limitations of ours. . . If this sounds a bit rough, it's because its straight from the journal. It's been so many years that I cannot believe how close we are. The book doesn't come out until Sept. 17th, but on Monday we begin: T H E - G I R L - A N D - T H E - T I G E R

The forest is so quiet I can hear my pen. When the birds are calm, thoughts are clear. Legs like trees with soft wrinkled bark. Way up where I cannot see, there are bits of flowers in the hairs between his ears. Down here, the lazy crush of molars travels down heavy joints to rumble the earth. While all I can hear is present, he can hear the whisper of his ancestors. At night when I sleep safe, he travels through the jungle. That's why he knows where the tiger lives, and what the trees are planning. While my nose tells me little, his knows where I've been, and what I'm feeling. His breath is full of ancient things. There are memories there that are hard to accept. Thoughts I don't know how to have. But I am willing to listen, and allow it to slowly sink in. That our inability to understand them has nothing to do with the limitations of their minds, and everything to do with the limitations of ours. .
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If this sounds a bit rough, it's because its straight from the journal. It's been so many years that I cannot believe how close we are. The book doesn't come out until Sept. 17th, but on Monday we begin: 
T H E - G I R L - A N D - T H E - T I G E R

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2019-09-06 13:59:09

I COULD USE SOME HELP HERE! This photo is a still from the expedition we launched in April up the Las Piedras River. We wanted to film a solo expedition, film it REAL, without anything fancy or fake. Just the forest. But to get out there to the end of the world, we had to go for days on a dangerously flooded river. The boat motor was running so high it melted the screws that held the fuel tank onto the engine. When the fuel tank fell in JJ screamed and told me to dive in and get it. I swam like mad but learned very quickly how powerful the river really was. Our boat driver, Victor, had only moments to swing the boat around and get me before he ran out of fuel in the hose and we were completely fucked. In this photo I'm grimacing as I hold onto the boat and @royriquelmer helps get the fuel tank back on board. We almost went over. It was an action packed moment and @sensu_film was there to film it all. . . This film, Dark Green, is so close to coming to the world. We need a little bit more help for our fundraiser to finish the film, before it can get out there and start telling the story of this jungle, this river, and the incredible wildlife that lives there. Please visit the link in my bio and make a donation to help us reach our goal. The sooner this film comes out, the sooner we can get the big help we need to protect his whole river! HIT THE LINK IN MY BIO 🙏 or visit www.indiegogo.com and search “DARK GREEN”

I COULD USE SOME HELP HERE! This photo is a still from the expedition we launched in April up the Las Piedras River. We wanted to film a solo expedition, film it REAL, without anything fancy or fake. Just the forest. But to get out there to the end of the world, we had to go for days on a dangerously flooded river. The boat motor was running so high it melted the screws that held the fuel tank onto the engine. When the fuel tank fell in JJ screamed and told me to dive in and get it. I swam like mad but learned very quickly how powerful the river really was. Our boat driver, Victor, had only moments to swing the boat around and get me before he ran out of fuel in the hose and we were completely fucked. In this photo I'm grimacing as I hold onto the boat and @royriquelmer helps get the fuel tank back on board. We almost went over. It was an action packed moment and @sensu_film was there to film it all. .
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This film, Dark Green, is so close to coming to the world. We need a little bit more help for our fundraiser to finish the film, before it can get out there and start telling the story of this jungle, this river, and the incredible wildlife that lives there. Please visit the link in my bio and make a donation to help us reach our goal. The sooner this film comes out, the sooner we can get the big help we need to protect his whole river! HIT THE LINK IN MY BIO 🙏 or visit www.indiegogo.com and search “DARK GREEN”

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2019-09-05 18:12:27

*Sound On* After the pic I shared yesterday I got a lot of messages about my first book, Mother of God. This is the trailer. Most of it is footage I shot back in the day with a little handy cam. The shots in rafts or walking were really out on solos. Way out there in the wild parts. You can see a quick clip of me and JJ trying to LIFT that anaconda off the ground – you’ll also notice the burning forest. Yeah. I film it every year. It’s funny, this footage is just a few years ago and the jungle felt so much bigger and more wild… . That music is by my genius composer friend @albertiannelli . And most of my solos were made possible by @alpacka_raft . Next week I’ll be sharing another book trailer… #TheGirlandtheTiger . . #booktrailer #conservation #amazonia #wilderness #book @harpercollinsus #thegirlandthetiger #paulrosolie #beautifulbooks #jungle #prayersforamazonia #madrededios #peru #throwback

*Sound On* 
After the pic I shared yesterday I got a lot of messages about my first book, Mother of God. This is the trailer. Most of it is footage I shot back in the day with a little handy cam. The shots in rafts or walking were really out on solos. Way out there in the wild parts. You can see a quick clip of me and JJ trying to LIFT that anaconda off the ground – you’ll also notice the burning forest. Yeah. I film it every year. It’s funny, this footage is just a few years ago and the jungle felt so much bigger and more wild… .

That music is by my genius composer friend @albertiannelli . And most of my solos were made possible by @alpacka_raft .
Next week I’ll be sharing another book trailer…
 #TheGirlandtheTiger
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 #booktrailer #conservation #amazonia #wilderness #book @harpercollinsus #thegirlandthetiger #paulrosolie #beautifulbooks #jungle #prayersforamazonia #madrededios #peru #throwback

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2019-09-05 01:22:31

This sweet little conda was one of the first we ever found. Yes, I meant it: she's not that big for an anaconda. This photo is a throwback to the early days ('08?) on an expedition in some nameless spot in the jungle (about five days out from the nearest village). I've been thinking a lot about where this all started. You know? For me it's all about the jungle, and getting intimate with the wilderness. Most researchers I know wear long pants, long sleeves, and boots in the jungle. You'd think they were going to the moon. Me on the other hand, I'm often barefoot and usually forego the shirt. (Needless to say I get some funny looks when I'm around other people - but I try not to be around other people too much (I digress)). There's a reason for all this barefoot nonsense: I learned from the locals. . I learned virtually everything I know from this guy. This is Juan Julio Durand or JJ. He and his family, who are part of the indigenous Ese-Eja community, grew up learning from the jungle. They know the trees and the animals. You have an eye infection? there's a sap for that. You have toe fungus? There's a sap for that too. JJ taught me everything I know. Except for snakes, I got to teach him about snakes (thank god I had ONE thing I could reciprocate with in return for the volumes he gave me!). But I tell you, JJ sees the forest in ways most people cannot understand, and he's worked to protect it his whole life. He is the senior conservationist and head guide for @tamanduaexpeditions - you can join us in protecting the jungle by the link in my bio~ . If you'd like to learn more about the early days I wrote a book, it's called "Mother of God: An Extraordinary Journey into the Uncharted Tributaries of the Western Amazon." . . . #snake #snakesofinstagram #conservation #amazonia #rainforest #tamanduaexpeditions #paulrosolie #animals #animallover #expedition #wilderness #biodiversity

This sweet little conda was one of the first we ever found. Yes, I meant it: she's not that big for an anaconda. This photo is a throwback to the early days ('08?) on an expedition in some nameless spot in the jungle (about five days out from the nearest village). I've been thinking a lot about where this all started. You know? For me it's all about the jungle, and getting intimate with the wilderness. Most researchers I know wear long pants, long sleeves, and boots in the jungle. You'd think they were going to the moon. Me on the other hand, I'm often barefoot and usually forego the shirt. (Needless to say I get some funny looks when I'm around other people - but I try not to be around other people too much (I digress)). There's a reason for all this barefoot nonsense: I learned from the locals. .
I learned virtually everything I know from this guy. This is Juan Julio Durand or JJ. He and his family, who are part of the indigenous Ese-Eja community, grew up learning from the jungle. They know the trees and the animals. You have an eye infection? there's a sap for that. You have toe fungus? There's a sap for that too. JJ taught me everything I know. Except for snakes, I got to teach him about snakes (thank god I had ONE thing I could reciprocate with in return for the volumes he gave me!). But I tell you, JJ sees the forest in ways most people cannot understand, and he's worked to protect it his whole life. He is the senior conservationist and head guide for @tamanduaexpeditions - you can join us in protecting the jungle by the link in my bio~
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If you'd like to learn more about the early days I wrote a book, it's called "Mother of God: An Extraordinary Journey into the Uncharted Tributaries of the Western Amazon."
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 #snake #snakesofinstagram #conservation #amazonia #rainforest #tamanduaexpeditions #paulrosolie #animals #animallover #expedition #wilderness #biodiversity

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2019-09-04 00:52:41

One of the most effective ways of protecting the forest is to make sure that the people who live there have an interest in protecting it. I have found that ecotourism provides that opportunity. @tamanduaexpeditions employs ex-loggers, poachers, gold miners, as guides, boat drivers, and various other jobs. We pay better and have WAY more fun! And that's why many of our staff have gone from hurting the forest, to protecting it. Dec. 26th to Jan 4th you are invited to join me and the indigenous experts I work with, as we study and explore the Amazon. We live in a remote, yet comfortable research station (totally off the grid, but still with beds and good food), and will have access to incredible diversity of plant and animal life. Let me be clear: you coming on this trip directly helps to protect rainforest. . To learn more follow the link in my bio Or swipe up in my story. . Photo by Tamandua guide @hollyodonnell_conservationist

One of the most effective ways of protecting the forest is to make sure that the people who live there have an interest in protecting it. I have found that ecotourism provides that opportunity. @tamanduaexpeditions employs ex-loggers, poachers, gold miners, as guides, boat drivers, and various other jobs. We pay better and have WAY more fun! And that's why many of our staff have gone from hurting the forest, to protecting it. Dec. 26th to Jan 4th you are invited to join me and the indigenous experts I work with, as we study and explore the Amazon. We live in a remote, yet comfortable research station (totally off the grid, but still with beds and good food), and will have access to incredible diversity of plant and animal life. Let me be clear: you coming on this trip directly helps to protect rainforest. .
To learn more follow the link in my bio Or swipe up in my story.
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Photo by Tamandua guide @hollyodonnell_conservationist

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2019-09-03 15:02:17

Thank you @kasiedc for having me on! And for asking the most important question. What CAN WE DO? Well we can do a lot. The purpose of @junglekeepers is to connect people to conservation - and last week alone we got enough support to protect 3 THOUSAND acres. // But it’s so much more a systemic problem: Corporations don’t make money if we don’t buy what they’re selling. And if what they’re selling hurts the rainforest we don’t buy it! Same goes for our leaders. Why do we keep electing people that have no clue what’s going on? That is OUR fault. And our responsibility. . . The footage featured here is from @sensu_film for the upcoming film about my solos in the Amazon, and the future of the forest, called Dark Green. . . #amazonfire #prayersforamazonia #prayerforamazonia @palmoilinvestigations #palmoil @paulhiltonphoto #indonesia @survivalinternational

Thank you @kasiedc for having me on! And for asking the most important question. What CAN WE DO? Well we can do a lot. The purpose of @junglekeepers is to connect people to conservation - and last week alone we got enough support to protect 3 THOUSAND acres. // But it’s so much more a systemic problem: Corporations don’t make money if we don’t buy what they’re selling. And if what they’re selling hurts the rainforest we don’t buy it! Same goes for our leaders. Why do we keep electing people that have no clue what’s going on? That is OUR fault. And our responsibility.
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The footage featured here is from @sensu_film for the upcoming film about my solos in the Amazon, and the future of the forest, called Dark Green.
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 #amazonfire #prayersforamazonia #prayerforamazonia
@palmoilinvestigations #palmoil @paulhiltonphoto #indonesia @survivalinternational

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2019-09-02 15:08:28

Here’s some HOPE for the end of the week! JUNGLEKEEPERS received enough funding to protect OVER THREE THOUSAND ACRES OF RAINFOREST. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE who donated and took the terrible news and decided to DO something about it. Because Junglekeepers is small and committed, the funds we receive go STRAIGHT to the forest and to the Rangers that protect it. We are empowering local people to protect their forest, and saving the lives of millions of animals and ancient trees! This is where despair ends and tactics begin. It’s far from too late, but there’s only going to be hope if we make it, and there IS A LOT MORE WORK TO BE DONE! Please share @junglekeepers with your friends and family – we gotta keep it going! . For now I’m completely exhausted after a week of nothing but shuttling between interview shows and reading stressful news. It was a dark week – but you guys saved it. This is incredible. A whole new reserve! THIS is how we keep the jungle from burning – we keep it healthy and lush and pumping out those epic rain clouds. Oohhhh! I’m too overwhelmed to write. (Needless to say – I’ll be posting about progress -but not before I take the weekend to sleep and spend some time outdoors!) . Cover image of @junglekeepers forest by @mohsinkazmitakespictures #amazonfire #prayersforamazonia #conservation #wildlife #hope #bignews #thankyou #paulrosolie #junglekeepers

Here’s some HOPE for the end of the week! JUNGLEKEEPERS received enough funding to protect OVER THREE THOUSAND ACRES OF RAINFOREST. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE who donated and took the terrible news and decided to DO something about it. Because Junglekeepers is small and committed, the funds we receive go STRAIGHT to the forest and to the Rangers that protect it. We are empowering local people to protect their forest, and saving the lives of millions of animals and ancient trees! This is where despair ends and tactics begin. It’s far from too late, but there’s only going to be hope if we make it, and there IS A LOT MORE WORK TO BE DONE! Please share @junglekeepers with your friends and family – we gotta keep it going!
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For now I’m completely exhausted after a week of nothing but shuttling between interview shows and reading stressful news. It was a dark week – but you guys saved it. This is incredible. A whole new reserve! THIS is how we keep the jungle from burning – we keep it healthy and lush and pumping out those epic rain clouds. Oohhhh! I’m too overwhelmed to write. (Needless to say – I’ll be posting about progress -but not before I take the weekend to sleep and spend some time outdoors!)
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Cover image of @junglekeepers forest by @mohsinkazmitakespictures 
 #amazonfire #prayersforamazonia #conservation #wildlife #hope #bignews #thankyou #paulrosolie #junglekeepers

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2019-08-30 23:41:39

In everything you do always remember that the fate of the wild things is in our hands. This little black skinned parrot snake found a warm safe place in mine last year when @tbfrost And I were beginning our series #scalesandskin - about the complex relationship between humans and reptiles. . So many people express fear for snakes. I have always loved them. And this week, as the world burns, my heart is with all the little jungle creatures that have nowhere else to go. We talk a lot about the environment and how ecosystems benefit us humans, and often forget about the non human beings that are a part of our world 🌎 . Photo by @tbfrost . . #conservation #biodiversity #amazonfire #prayersforamazonia #snakesofinstagram

In everything you do always remember that the fate of the wild things is in our hands. This little black skinned parrot snake found a warm safe place in mine last year when @tbfrost And I were beginning our series #scalesandskin - about the complex relationship between humans and reptiles. .
So many people express fear for snakes. I have always loved them. And this week, as the world burns, my heart is with all the little jungle creatures that have nowhere else to go. We talk a lot about the environment and how ecosystems benefit us humans, and often forget about the non human beings that are a part of our world 🌎 .
Photo by @tbfrost .
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 #conservation #biodiversity #amazonfire #prayersforamazonia #snakesofinstagram

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2019-08-29 15:48:25

#Repost from fellow animal lovers over at @thedodo - with a bit of a positive take on my doom and gloom video, and a much needed focus on the animals of the Amazon. Thanks @thedodo 🙏 ・・・ Meet @paulrosolie, the man on a mission to save the animals who live in the Amazon with @junglekeepers 💚

 #Repost from fellow animal lovers over at @thedodo - with a bit of a positive take on my doom and gloom video, and a much needed focus on the animals of the Amazon. Thanks @thedodo 🙏
・・・
Meet @paulrosolie, the man on a mission to save the animals who live in the Amazon with @junglekeepers 💚

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