National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

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National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Focus on the best photos in April 2014 from the National Geographic magazine.

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National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014:

Far fish owl

Far fish owl (Ketupa blakistoni) – the largest owl in the world: the weight of the females can reach 4.6 kilograms and has a wingspan bird – two meters. (Photo by Nikolai Zinoviev)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Palm Desert

Here, in the California desert was supposed to be a small residential town. As part of this project were planted with palms. The project failed, but were dried palm. (Photo by Bill Brewer):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Atoll Europe, the Mozambique Channel

Few divers explored Europe reefs around the island, which is washed by the waters of the Mozambique Channel, known for powerful whirlpools, meandering streams and fantastic surf. (Photo by Thomas Peschak):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Malaysian leaf-mantis

Malaysian leaf-mantis (Deroplatys desiccata tapeta) can all day waiting for prey, pretending dry autumn leaves. But when his bluff reveals another predator mantis takes menacing pose. (Photo by Igor Sivanovicha)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Dolphins in the Bahamas

(Photo by Nadia Aly):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Bird in Tokyo park

(Photo by Joe Motohashi):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Island in the Sky

In fact it is a small island in a lake in northern British Columbia. (Photo by Shane Kalyn):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Towards the sun

Pony. (Photo by Kersti Kalberg):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Homeward Bound

Two ladies coming home from work along the sand dunes. Phan Thiet, Vietnam. (Photo Yeow Kee):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Great Grey Owl in Yellowstone National Park

It is a large bird with a wingspan of up to six meters. (Photo by Henrik Nilsson):

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Galapagos sharks, the Mozambique Channel

Young Galapagos sharks pushing the nose camera. Neighborhoods Islands Europa and Bassas da India – the standard pristine coastal ecosystems. “All that I see in other parts of the Indian Ocean – a complete ruin”, – complains photographer Thomas Peschak. (Photo by Thomas P. Peschaka)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Ice Cave, Kamchatka

Torchlit ice cave glows like the entrance to the underworld. Vytochili cave hot springs Mutnovskaya hills: chipped walls and ceiling are made of packed snow thickness over five meters. (Photo by Denis Budkova)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Chance chimpanzees, USA

Animal trainer from Florida Pamela Rozayr Zappa outbid chimpanzees Chance owners, who could no longer contain it. Now Chance sometimes acted in Hollywood films. “Chimpanzees are so smart that they get bored,” – says the hostess. (Photo by Vincent Myusi)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

The solar plane, USA

Juan Carlos Osorio wanted to capture the first solar plane, flying at night. Photographer used exposure in eight seconds. “The plane flies without fuel! Awesome! “- He enthuses. (Photo by Juan Carlos Osorio)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Grizzly Bear, Canada

Photographer Paul Nicklen wandered into the cold river in the Canadian Yukon, set the camera with remote shutter release and waited for the device to suit bear. In the river, abounding salmon, feed many grizzlies, but only after 15 days one of them decided to explore the brilliant camera body. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Bioluminescent mushrooms, Brazil

(Photo by Taylor Lockwood)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Seal, U.S.

Curious seal looks out of algae, 160 kilometers off the southern coast of California, near the Cortes Bank. These thickets abound in a variety of marine species. Among swaying stems seals waiting for a sumptuous buffet of seafood, and even hidden from predators.

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Boo-Boo Bear, USA

John Matus from Ohio bought Boo Boo still bear succumbed momentary desire. Last summer, he gave the female in reserve. “She has to live among their relatives,” – said John. (Photo by Vincent Myusi)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

Mario Infanti and cougar Sasha

Cougar Sasha – is “the love of my life,” says Mario Infanti, past training lasting more than a thousand hours before purchasing their first wild cats. This musician from Florida circumcised Sasha claws when she was a kitten, but “it can still bite.” (Photo Vinsenat Myusi)

National Geographic: Best Photos of April 2014

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