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  • Elkhorn Slough, CA:  Lined Shore Crab devouring Abalone.  This image is from America's Wild... [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Elkhorn Slough, CA: Lined Shore Crab devouring Abalone. This image is from America's Wild Frontier.
    National Geographic/Owen Bissell
  • Gombe, Tanzania:  Jane Goodall and infant chimpanzee Flint reach out to touch each other's... [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Gombe, Tanzania: Jane Goodall and infant chimpanzee Flint reach out to touch each other's hands. Flint was the first infant born at Gombe after Jane arrived. With him she had a great opportunity to study chimp development—and to have physical contact, which is no longer deemed appropriate with chimps in the wild. This image is from Jane.
    National Geographic Creative/ Hugo van Lawick
  • A family of macaques sit on the rocks of Koram Island, Thailand. These macaques are one of very... [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    A family of macaques sit on the rocks of Koram Island, Thailand. These macaques are one of very few primates to utilize stone tools - wielding them to crack open foraged shellfish. This image is from One Strange Rock.
    National Geographic
  • Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines:  Philippine eagle.  This image is from Untamed Philippines. [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines: Philippine eagle. This image is from Untamed Philippines.
    Alex Minton
  • Kalispell, MT:  A mountain lion in a tree.  This image is from America's Wild Frontier. [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Kalispell, MT: A mountain lion in a tree. This image is from America's Wild Frontier.
    National Geographic/Skip Hobbie
  • Carving of Akhenaten.  This image is from Tut's Treasures. [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Carving of Akhenaten. This image is from Tut's Treasures.
    Candice Martin/Atlantic Productions
  • A bobcat seen in Yosemite National Park.  This image is from Wild Little Cats. [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    A bobcat seen in Yosemite National Park. This image is from Wild Little Cats.
    Doclights GmbH/NDR Naturfilm/Jan Henriksson/Jossep Matjus
  • Pushkar, Rajasthan, India: Camel owners shave intricate and detailed patterns into the fur of... [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Pushkar, Rajasthan, India: Camel owners shave intricate and detailed patterns into the fur of their camels in order to make them more attractive and increase their sales prices. Shaving like this requires a trusting relationship between shaver and camel as it can take up to a week to complete. Every day the camel must sit patiently for up to an hour, before it gets a break to walk around and eat. Camels are treated with love and respect in Rajasthan. This image is from One Strange Rock.
    National Geographic
  • Mt Rainier National Park, WA:  A western toad.  This image is from America's Wild Frontier. [Photo of the day - March 2018]
    Mt Rainier National Park, WA: A western toad. This image is from America's Wild Frontier.
    National Geographic/Owen Bissell