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Yoina Mameria Nontsotega and her pet saddleback tamarin in Manú National Park, Peru. Picture taken for National Geographic by photographer Charlie Hamilton James in June 2015.

Charlie Hamilton James "Yoina, a member of the Matsigenka tribe that lives deep inside Peru's Manú National Park, swims in the Yomibato River with her pet saddleback tamarin.

Yanomamo girl holds aracari in Parima Tapirapeco National Park (Venezuela) (© Art Wolfe/Art Wolfe Stock)

What you see up close and personal when cycling through the Badlands National Park. (OC) || Click on the photo to discover the most incredible destinations with us :)

What you see up close and personal when cycling through the Badlands National Park. (OC) || Click on the photo to discover the most incredible destinations with us :)

Photographer Steve McCurry has spent more than three decades behind the camera, capturing powerful images of human triumph and tragedy.  His most famous image, titled "The Afghan Girl," is that of Sharbat Gula, an Afghan refugee girl whose piercing green eyes stared out from a National Geographic cover in 1985.

Can You Afford a "Bargain" Print of the Iconic Afghan Girl?

Afghan Girl “Green Eyes” project, by National Geographic can be found here. Date: Photographer: Steve McCurry, National Geographic.

Peruvian little girl decked out in color, upon color, and more color.

Project Nursery: It's coming. {plus: new inspiration pics

Mujercita Maya.

Mayan Girl with amazing smile Puerto Libertad, Mexico.(Gulf of Mexico)

CHILD l RUN l BEACH #explorelife

when you kiddo is at the beach smiling like this running from the sea, that's a happy child, good parents produce happy children

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