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FP Series 16: November 5, 2018 – November 11, 2018

Lorena Improta makes her way up to the top 5 in FamePick Series 16! Bayer Global is featured twice this week with their majestic National Geographic photos.

Fashion 4 / Gaming 1  / Tech 1  / Baby 1 / Sustainability 2

#1 Logic + Xbox One: 321.7K Likes

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#2 National Geographic Travel + Bayer: 288.1K Likes

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Photo by @johnstanmeyer (John Stanmeyer) // #sponsored by @bayerofficial // Mount Bromo gently emits sulfur from its perfect conical-shape, as Mount Semeru beautifully erupts in a pyroclastic plum behind at Tenggerese Caldera in East Java, Indonesia. Legend says in the 15th century the last king and queen of the Majapahit era sacrificed their child to appease the spirit believed to reside in Mount Bromo. The geology of this spectacular landscape illustrates how alive our earth is. For millions of Indonesians, these geological formations are considered the navels of the earth, portals into the natural world where science and mysticism intertwine amidst the most richest soils and cultures on earth. // The challenges of the future are being worked on right now. In celebration of #worldscienceday, explore some of the exciting ideas that are being developed to help build a better tomorrow. Visit natgeo.com/questionsforabetterlife.

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#3 Lorena Improta + Woords Jeans: 279.1K Likes

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#4 Erika Costell + Victoria’s Secret: 233K Likes

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#5 Jordyn Jones + Pretty Little Thing: 214.5K Likes

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#6 Mackenzie Ziegler + Turnboard: 211.8K Likes

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#7 National Geographic + Bayer: 210.7K Likes

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Photo by Melissa Farlow @melissafarlow // #sponsored by @bayerofficial // Grit covered my glasses as I clutched the saddle horn determined to be as tough as the rancher I was following. As darkness fell, I could just make out Heidi Redd driving cattle into the night. Heidi ran a 5,000-acre ranch in Utah and was a respected, cattle boss, wrangler, chief cook and bottle washer, mother and public servant. At 77, Heidi is "semi-retired," but works from a saddle and still connected to the land. Her son Matt runs ranch operations with The Nature Conservancy. Scientific research and environmental endeavors enhanced by Heidi’s years on the land help give insight to the past while studies on flora and fauna look to the future. // The challenges of the future are being worked on right now. In celebration of #worldscienceday, explore some of the exciting ideas that are being developed to help build a better tomorrow. Visit natgeo.com/questionsforabetterlife.

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#8 Alice Morata + Nuna Italia: 155.8K Likes

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#9 Claudia Alende +BooHoo: 161.1K Likes

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#10 Austin Lawrence + Geek Vape Tech: 922.9K Views

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