Photos of the Day: National Geographic – Best Photos for May

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Photos of the Day: National Geographic – Best Photos for May

Focus on the best photos for May 2014 from National Geographic magazine.

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Photos of the Day: National Geographic – Best Photos for May:

Lancet fish

Pair of striped catfish of the order Perciformes. The maximum length of the body these beauties reaches 1.5 meters, weight – 20 kg. (Photo by David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Sparrows, Minsk

“This story caught my eye when I went to the balcony to see whether the rain ended, – says Ivan Suslov. – I immediately took the camera and took a picture of two young sparrows sleeping after a warm rain mai?skogo on a branch. ” (Photo by Ivan Suslov)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Rice terraces

Rice terraces – a rare phenomenon of technological beauty disguised as a natural phenomenon. (Photo by John Qu):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Shy owl

Short-eared owl in stretching and relaxation mode in a natural reserve of Kuwait. (Photo Mohn Khorshid):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Marsiandi Valley, Nepal

River Valley near the village of Manang Marsiandi, Nepal. Height of 3600 meters. Marsiandi popular among fans of the alloy, including from Russia. (Photo by Aleksey Zavodski)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Dismantling deadlocks

Deadlocks – birds that live on sea space and feeding by diving into the water. Sometimes between them occur due to the disassembly area. Bite into the opponent’s neck usually solves the problem. (Photo by Danny Green):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Reindeer, Canada

Group Gwich’in hunters vuntut-approaching, and three caribou embark swim across the river in the Canadian Yukon, Porcupine. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Dinosaur, CA

Driving past the fire in Borrego Springs, photographer Mathew Brady Chris stopped at one of the sculptures of dinosaurs. He put the tripod and made 80 pictures with a long shutter speed. Eye predator Brady backlit using a laser pointer attached on the second tripod. (Photo by Chris Mathew Brady)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Turtles in Europe Islands

Cparivanie turtles can last for several hours: male with claws on the fins and tail clings to the female carapace. Promiscuity is flourishing in a relationship and passion overwhelmed males and strive to lose opponent shell female. (Photo by Thomas P. Peschaka)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Scientific walk Utah

Cold May evening paleontologist Joe Sertic accompanied volunteer Billy Doran way along the rocky ridge in southern Utah. Often hiking route is only possible in these rich fossils edges. (Photo by Cory Richards)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Fledgling snowy owl, Wrangel Island

In August, almost white owl fledglings learn to fly – sometimes with unpredictable consequences. This owlet fearlessly dived into the river and is now struggling working wings, trying to stay afloat. (Photo by Sergey Gorshkov)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Cherry blossoms and Mt Fuji

(Photo Yuga Kurita):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Traces of theropods, Utah

These traces theropods discovered near the town of Kanab, reached 43 centimeters in length. They are 100 million years older Laramidii time and once again prove that dinosaurs reigned in these places a very long time. (Photo by Cory Richards)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Blue giants, Nova Scotia

Only large adult bluefin tuna migrate so far north that swim in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This three-meter fish for 20 years, and they weigh 360 pounds. The largest representative of the species caught – 679 pounds – was pulled out of the water here, off the coast of Nova Scotia. (Photo by Brian Skerry)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Fog on the pastures, Inner Mongolia

(Photo by Van Hanwood):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Two butterflies

Form and wingspan very diverse: from 2 mm to 28 cm (Photo Muhammad Mochtar):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Cyclist from Morocco

(Photo Hielke Gerritse):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Intruder

Buffaloes are closely monitored birds orderlies who, sitting on the animal’s back and head, pulled out of his skin mites and other parasites. (Photo by Akash Das):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Host territory

(Photo Jongsung Ryu):

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

Home capybara, TX

When her first capybara died of liver disease, Melanie Typaldos from Texas bought Garibaldi Eng. After a trip to Venezuela woman loved by huge rodents, which, unfortunately, are often killed in captivity. (Photo by Vincent Myusi)

Photos of the Day: National Geographic - Best Photos for May

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