Help National Geographic Kids set Guinness Record for Animal Pictures! #ngkinsider

NEWS | | September 25, 2013 at 1:15 pm

If you have not been following on the Mommy Niri Facebook page,  you may have missed the announcement that I am working with National Geographic Kids as their ambassador. I know! I still get goosebumps every time I mention that.  I have so very much more to share with you, National Geographic just oozes out great content, but for now I want to mention their amazing push to break a Guinness Record for the most number of animal pictures.

You can help NOW! It closes on September 29th and seriously we want to be part of the community that breaks this record. Want to know how easy it is to do?

Go to the Great Nature page for complete details. You can either upload it online on their site, and psst they even have a safe site for under 13 year olds to upload, or you can do it via Twitter, Instagram or Twitter.

Just make sure you use both  the hashtags: #animal  and #greatnature for it to count towards the record.

We can do this right?

To inspire you, here are a few pictures I took this Sunday at the Franklin Zoo (yes, the zoo they filmed Zookeeper). The Franklin Zoo was kind enough to host a few bloggers and their families as they were as excited about breaking the Guinness Records as National Geographic Kids or we were.

Disclosure: I am National Geographic Kids Insider and the Franklin Zoo hosted us!

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