National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

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National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014.
Focus on the best photos of the january 2014 of the National Geographic magazine.

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014:

Burnt trees

Burned trees in Yellowstone Park.(Photo Chaoying Zhao):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Cougar cub, USA

When the female with three cubs attacked by wolves, all of the kids in the living were left with this four-month cat perched on top of his dinner. During this research project participants Cougars around Grand Teton park dubbed it lucky. (Photo by Steve Winter):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea

The water area of ​​the northern coast of the island of New Britain in Papua – New Guinea is part of the so-called Coral Triangle, home to 76 percent of the world’s coral species. (Photo by David Dubile)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Atlantic walrus, Svalbard

(Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Predator

Starfish, Mozambique. Most sea stars – predators, feeding mainly clams, barnacles, polychaete worms and other invertebrates. (Photo Peet J van Eeden):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Far cry

Black rhino and two zebras in Kenya. (Photo by Robin Moore):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Clownfish in anemone, Papua New Guinea

Actinium and its lodger need each other: anemone protects the fish, and she pays the hostess, collecting parasites from her body and fending off predators. (Photo by David Dubile)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Roy

Man comes with a heavy bag through a swarm of locusts. (Photo by Michele Martinelli):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

All icicles

After eating salmon, grizzly bear preparing for hibernation, Canada. (Photo by Paul Nicklen):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

In search of a signal

African migrants at night coast Djibouti trying to catch a signal to contact relatives in neighboring Somalia on cell. (Photo by John Stanmeyer):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Hawksbill, Papua New Guinea

Spreading the fins like wings, hawksbill turtle flies past swarms plataksov and barracudas. Underwater peaks attract many species of the open ocean. Through this Kimbe Bay turned into an oasis of biodiversity. (Photo by David killed)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Komodo dragon, Indonesia

Saliva dripping from the mouth of the Komodo dragon, it is important to strolling along the shore of the island at low tide Rinchen. Secreted victims usually die from what they are tearing apart. If they manage to escape, they die from falling into the wound poison. (Photo by Stefano Untertinera)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Walrus off the coast of Greenland

(Photo by Paul Nicklen):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

White Cliffs Iturup

Along the shore of the Gulf of Plenty for many kilometers stretch White Cliffs – one of the most beautiful places Iturup. They consist of a very light and soft pumice, formed as a result of the huge volcanic eruption. This pumice storms eroded the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the numerous rivers, as a result of rocks acquire amazing shape. At the foot of these cliffs – amazing black-and-white beach, consisting of a mixture of chopped white pumice and black lava sand. (Photo by Alexey Kharitonov):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Hid

Grey Owl guarding its nest. (Photo by Mauro Mozzarelli):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Emperor Penguins, Antarctica

Penguins live in colonies safer: predators such colonies around a little, and close companions. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Puma, USA

Flash hidden camera startled this cougar who was going to eat his prey. Cougars are largely nocturnal and so elusive that shed light on their life can flash unless carefully disguised cameras and camcorders. (Photo by Steve Winter):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Ushakov Island, Russia

Arctic fogs often hide a tiny piece of land in the Kara Sea. But when the fog clears, becomes visible layer of ice covered multimeter Island Ushakov. (Photo by Andrey Kamenev):

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

Hunting cheetah, South Africa

Bridzhina Barnard arrived in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa to photograph the hunting cheetahs. When her daughter noticed a flock of predators followers dunes with gazelles, Barnard found the perfect angle and made this rare shot. (Photo Bridzhiny Barnard)

National Geographic: Best Photos of January 2014

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