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Image Credit: David Lane

U.S. Department of the Interior Wins Instagram

If you have an Instagram account and you’re not following the U.S. Department of the Interior, then you’re doing it wrong. The account shares the best photos from all of our country’s National Parks. In other words, the gallery a highlight reel of the most magnificent places in the U.S. If that doesn’t convince you to hit follow, then perhaps these five reasons will (don’t forget to follow @PlanetExperts).

1. Extreme Weather

. Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming. Photo by Tom Koerner, USFWS.

Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming. (Photo Credit: Tom Koerner, USFWS)

2. Adorable Wildlife Photos

Baby Black Bear in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Photo credit: Steve Perry.

Baby Black Bear in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. (Photo Credit: Steve Perry)

3. Majestic Night Skies

Milky Way sparkling over Yellowstone National Park. Photo credit: David Lane.

Milky Way sparkling over Yellowstone National Park. (Photo Credit: David Lane)

4. Awe-Inspiring Moments

Over 50 bald eagles in one tree in Washington state. Photo credit: Chuck Hilliard.

Over 50 bald eagles in one tree in Washington state. (Photo Credit: Chuck Hilliard)

5. The Power of Nature 

Augustine volcano in Alaska. Photo credit: Cyrus Read, USGS.

Augustine volcano in Alaska. (Photo Credit: Cyrus Read, USGS)

Check out: “These Spectacular Pictures Will Make You Want to Visit Every National Park”

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