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We are here to appreciate the awesome majesty and incredibly cool aspects of nature. πŸ”₯

We are here to appreciate the awesome majesty and cool aspects of nature.

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In Depth Rules

All rules are subject to moderator discretion.
1. Posts on this subreddit must be exciting and interesting images of nature.

This is /r/NatureIsFuckingLit, a nature appreciation subreddit: content must contain nature.

No posting of non-wild (captive) or domesticated animals. No content involving people harming or harassing animals. Please do not submit sunrises, sunsets, or other content which does not have an element of 'wow-factor'. No posting of photoshopped or otherwise excessively and unnecessarily manipulated images.

2. Submission Titles

Every post title must begin with the fire emoji (πŸ”₯) and a space. The fire emoji defines this community. Your post will be automatically removed if you do not follow this rule.

Titles should be accurate and descriptive: low effort titles will be removed. Include the animal/plant name, a location, and brief description to the best of your ability. Titles cannot say "[Subject] is Lit".

3. Reposts

No posts that have been previously posted on this subreddit within 120 days (4 months) may be posted again. No posts that have previously been posted on this subreddit with over 10,000 upvotes in the past year may be posted again.

Search the subreddit for key terms like the animal name before posting to check if your post is a repost. You can also use KarmaDecay and Google Reverse Image Search. Spamming many posts or excessive cross-posting in an attempt to karma farm will get you banned.

5. NSFW/L

We do not allow NSFW content: bloody, gory and violent content can be redirected to our sister subreddit /r/natureismetal.

6. Human Concerns

No politics, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, diet, or similar topics of human conceit. We are here for the awesomeness of nature. Any references to these topics will be removed.

REGARDING HIDDEN ACCOUNT AGE/KARMA THRESHOLD

We hide the exact amounts to combat the rampant spam on this subreddit, this was the only way we found to significantly fight the spam/repost bot accounts. These numbers are not high and don’t take long to achieve, but the exact numbers are hidden so karma farming bots can’t just meet them easily then come here. Please do not send us a message to inquire about our karma rules. It's a question we do not and will not answer, nor do we override. Go out and build your numbers and try again in the future - we're not going anywhere :)

Please Visit Our Sister Subreddits:

For badass nature in all its gorey brutality, visit /r/natureismetal.

For cool extinct nature, check out /r/Naturewasmetal.

For people being badasses, visit /r/Humansaremetal.

For dead animals doing crazy things from the afterlife, check out /r/taxidermy and /r/taxidermyismetal.

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9,434,158 Subscribers

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πŸ”₯ Last photos before bear cubs ate my camera

1 Comment
2023/02/01
05:22 UTC

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πŸ”₯Despite the name, the snow leopard does not really like snow, prefers to move along trails, and in winter often migrates down the slope for prey.πŸ”₯

4 Comments
2023/02/01
04:37 UTC

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πŸ”₯ hail storm in oklahoma

54 Comments
2023/02/01
01:40 UTC

76

πŸ”₯ Limestone labyrinth forest of Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar

5 Comments
2023/02/01
01:07 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Kibande, the 40 year old mountain gorilla πŸ”₯

17 Comments
2023/02/01
00:57 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Koli National Park, Finland πŸ”₯

4 Comments
2023/02/01
00:08 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Polar bear cubs tongues are bright pink at first, before turning blue.

8 Comments
2023/02/01
00:05 UTC

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πŸ”₯ A squirrel in the UK.

8 Comments
2023/01/31
23:56 UTC

76

πŸ”₯Wild Welsh Mountain Ponies - Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales, UK

0 Comments
2023/01/31
23:51 UTC

10,954

πŸ”₯ When Winter Cracks

59 Comments
2023/01/31
23:34 UTC

164

πŸ”₯ Yucatan Spinny Tailed Iguana

6 Comments
2023/01/31
21:45 UTC

585

πŸ”₯ The golden pheasant is a beautifully colored bird of the family Phasianidae native to Western China

16 Comments
2023/01/31
21:43 UTC

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πŸ”₯ This frozen bison could be a boss in a video game πŸ”₯

37 Comments
2023/01/31
21:04 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Rungwe Tree Viper

0 Comments
2023/01/31
20:50 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Pearly nautilus.. The European nautilus (Nautilus pompilius) is a species of cephalopod mollusk in the Nautilidae family; the best known nautilus. Its shell, when sectioned sagittally, reveals a line of mother-of-pearl, and it is arranged to form an almost perfect equiangular spiral

9 Comments
2023/01/31
20:47 UTC

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πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ camel ride at the desert of nubra

3 Comments
2023/01/31
20:47 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Blue-headed anole

7 Comments
2023/01/31
19:58 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Silkie chicken

2 Comments
2023/01/31
19:53 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Lechwe attempts crossing Chobe River when it's spotted by a trailing crocodile and has to race for it's life

4 Comments
2023/01/31
19:25 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Nature has some wonderful moments in store for us!

22 Comments
2023/01/31
19:19 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Crested Polish Chicken

34 Comments
2023/01/31
19:01 UTC

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πŸ”₯Lightning caught outside my hotel room in Hobbs, New Mexico.

3 Comments
2023/01/31
18:27 UTC

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πŸ”₯ Thats a big ass crack

9 Comments
2023/01/31
18:05 UTC

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πŸ”₯ This bee colony created a spiral honeycomb

26 Comments
2023/01/31
18:03 UTC

1,051

πŸ”₯[OC] Parabuthus scorpion outside my tent

104 Comments
2023/01/31
16:45 UTC

2,694

πŸ”₯ World on the top of a fence post

49 Comments
2023/01/31
15:03 UTC

32,709

πŸ”₯ (Australia) Romper Stomper, a Cassowary well-liked by locals, he is even allowed to enter the local pub.

1203 Comments
2023/01/31
14:59 UTC

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πŸ”₯ The colors of this deep-sea squid πŸ”₯

10 Comments
2023/01/31
14:02 UTC

224

πŸ”₯ A tree salamander with a prehensile tail

7 Comments
2023/01/31
12:50 UTC

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