National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

AlexAnimals, Nature, Photography

Focus on the best photography September 2013th of National Geographic magazine.

Dolphins in the Red Sea

Brain size dolphins relation to the size of the body is much larger than chimpanzees, and their behavior indicates a high degree of mental retardation. Adult dolphin brain weighs about 1700 grams, and a man – in 1400. At the Dolphin twice gyri in the cerebral cortex than in person. (Photo by Natalia Pryanishnikova):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Travelling in a balloon, Myanmar

(Photo by Dima Chatrov):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Brown bear, Kamchatka

Kuril Lake, the South Kamchatka Federal Reserve. The uniqueness of this unspoilt corner is that an abundance of food and a ban on hunting bears are not afraid of people, do not exhibit aggression podpuskaya close enough. (Photo imaliy, party photo contest “Wild Russia”):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Fireflies in North Carolina

(Photo by Spencer Black):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Lizard, India

Most lizards – predators. Like snakes, lizards belong to the class of reptiles. But unlike snakes, most lizards (except for some legless forms) are available in more or less-developed limbs. In nature, there are about 5,000 species of lizards. (Photo by Arpan Parui):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Lioness with cubs, Serengeti National Park

Lioness watching over cubs. In the first few weeks, babies are too young to participate in the general tinkering with the grown cubs pride, and too vulnerable to predators, so the mother hides them in a secluded den. But these kids are soon to be joined by their elders. (Photo by Michael Nichols)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

The energy of orange, United States

One orange slices produce enough electricity – 3.5 volts – to power the LED. Citric acid is contained within the fetus serves electrolyte conducting electrons from zinc to nails copper wire. The picture was taken with an exposure 14 hours. (Photo Kaylab Charlend)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Saiga calf, Astrakhan region

Nearly three-quarters of female saiga bring on the double. Only yearlings usually give birth to one baby. Saiga calf weighs in at 3.5 pounds, like a newborn person, and the weight of twins at around a third the mass of the mother. (Photo by Eugene Polonsky)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand

The lake, which has a glacial origin, is about 80 km, making it the longest lake in New Zealand. During the day the water level in the lake is subject to change: it then falls, then rises contrary. These fluctuations of water, known as seiche, reach up to 20 cm (Photo by Brad Grove):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Cheetahs and tourists, Kenya

Cheetah – the fastest land animal. In pursuit of the victim develops a speed of 110-115 km / h and accelerates to 75 km / h in 2 seconds. (Photo by Yanai Bonneh):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Railway Bridge, Japan

This mysterious picture was taken in Fukushima Prefecture. (Photo by Teruo Araya):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Wolverine, Kamchatka

In Russia there are about 23,000 wolverines. Of them on the Kamchatka Peninsula is home to about two thousand. (Photo by Sergey Gorshkov)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Jal Mahal, India

This palace on the water stands in the middle of a small lake in a few kilometers from the city of Jaipur. Looking at it, it seems like he hung in the air, hardly touching the water’s edge. But it is not. In fact, its four floors are submerged in water. And we can see only the upper part of the Jal Mahal. (Photo by Mahesh Balasubramanian):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Swan feather, Moscow

(Photo by Veronika K. Ko):

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Brown bears, Kamchatka

Like a three-headed dragon, bears careful consideration photographer. Here, on the Kurile Lake, one can often find brown bears: clumsy come here to feast on salmon. (Photo by Nikita Korzun)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Sakurajima volcano, Japan

Volcanic bombs explode, forked lightning flashes, surging clouds of ash – woke up again 1118-meter Sakurajima volcano on the island of Kyushu. After a powerful eruption in 1914 solidified lava flows connected with the former island of Osumi Peninsula. (Photo by Martin Ritz)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

The Lion, Serengeti National Park

Males seldom give up their privileges. Sea battle feasting on a zebra carcass, females and cubs await further – warning them to stop low porykivanie. Their turn will come later. (Photo by Michael Nichols)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Cenote Las Calaveras, Mexico

Tourist with a breathing tube immersed in water Cenote Las Calaveras – “Skull” – not far from Tulum. Local Mayan taken in the well water for drinking as long as 30 years ago, divers are not found human bones. Archaeologists have counted that in the thousands of years of darkness, these waters lie the remains of a hundred people. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Polar Bear, Svalbard

Drifting ice floes in the Barents Sea until bear the weight of an adult bear. But this young male jumps in a changing world. (Photo by Paul Nicklen)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

This dinosaur

This yakarsky caiman, Brazil. Recently on yakarskih caimans actively hunted for valuable skin, but to give “safe conduct” yakarskie caimans Brazil began to recover its strength – and very good at it. (Photo by Luciano Kandisani)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Canyon Bearsden, Greenland

The Greenland ice sheet contains enough water to raise sea level by about 7.5 meters. (Photo by James Balog)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

Stalker Phidippus mystaceus

In fact, this Stalker so small, it is easy to fit on the nail. (Photo by Thomas Shahan)

National Geographic: Best Photos of September 2013

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