National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

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National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014.

Focus on the best photography March 2014 from National Geographic magazine.

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014:

Pampas Negras – Payunia

La Paulina – a vast region in Argentina. Considered one of the most formidable volcanic fields in South America. (Photo by Albert Claveria):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Voracious predator

Bluefish. It feeds mainly on small fish, crustaceans and squid. (Photo by Brian Skerry):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Jump, Portugal

Falling from a 29-meter cliff would scare most people, but “at the time around was calm,” as Colombian diver Orlando Duque during the World Cup in 2012 in diving from the rocks, organized by Red Bull. Nine-time world champion, Duke then took second place. (Photo by Dean Tremlia, AFP | Getty Images):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Lonely Shark

Cloud of small fish and hammerhead shark. (Photo by Denis Nezhentsev):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Crowned Amazon Mukhoed

Most birds have a beautiful appearance usually members of one sex are largely male, but crowned mohoeda Both males and females have a large and very beautiful crests of feathers on their heads. (Photo by Andrew Snyder):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Nomads in Mongolia

(Photo by Tariq Sawyer):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Morning fishing

All that is needed – a large network and a few sticks of bamboo. (Photo by Ly Hoang Long):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Listonosaya bat

Cuban floral listonos. In this photo of a bat, choose from a flower on a tree Talipariti elatum, show how many animals can carry pollen on their fur. These bats live in the eastern part of the colony of Cuba, representing more than one million individuals – a real army of pollinators (Photo Merlin Tuttle):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Fox, Svalbard

(Photo by Bjorn Anders Nymoen):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Galapagos sharks

Galapagos sharks have large size and reach a length of 3.7 m is active and courageous predators and are often found in large groups. (Photo by Thomas Peschak):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Sendbording, Namibia

About 300 people a month stormed the sand dunes near Swakopmund for a new entertainment – sendbordinga. Exotic sports fans say that the sand board glides slowly than in the snow or on the water, but to fall softly. (Photo by Thomas Dressler)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Look through

Looks like a goldfish – a subspecies of freshwater fish of the genus carp – on x-ray? Photographer Hugh Turvey knows the answer. (Photo by Hugh Turvey):

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Hidden Hole, Milky Way

As can be seen through a telescope, dusty center of the Milky Way stretches diagonally across the sky, draping star clusters. Lurks behind the veil a supermassive black hole, located in the heart of our galaxy. (Photo by Stephen Gizara, the European Southern Observatory)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Grizzly Paw, Canada

Grizzly distracted from fishing to explore camera with remote control. Bears are going to the crystal clear rivers of the Yukon during the fall salmon stroke. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Boys Mursi, Ethiopia

Traditional headdress for men and boys Mursi – skilled warriors and hunters – is a pair of bull’s horns, woven into the leather straps with metal hoops and rings. This piece weighs a few pounds and is worn on special occasions. (Photo by Einat Klein)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Canadian Lynx, Yukon

Secretive and nocturnal Canadian lynx looking at the photographer Paul Nicklen at dusk on the edge of the forest in the Yukon. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Snow tunnel, USA

Under a pile of snow from the avalanche descended in the Cascade Mountains, the photographer Andrew Inaba found the tunnel – it did wind and summer meltwater. The author recalls that while he was preparing to shoot, “water flowed from the ceiling.” Also see ‘Vatnaekyudl – the largest glacier in Europe. ” (Photo by Andrew Inaba)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Paratroopers, USA

Holding hands so as to obtain a snowflake in freefall headfirst 138 skydivers set a world record at Skydive Chicago in August 2012. Flying upside down in the teeth of the photographer kept remote from the camera attached to his helmet. (Photo by Brian Buckland)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

Cubs, Canada

Cubs got out of the den and sniffing the spring air. Despite the shootings from aircraft on the Yukon Territory now wanders about 5,000 wolves. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of March 2014

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