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  • Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands, following the wildlife and people of Scotland's Wild Heart. This image is from Wild Scotland: Highlands.
    Maramedia Limited 2016
  • Bahamas: Great Hammerhead and Nurse Shark swim directly by the camera, surrounded by multiple... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Bahamas: Great Hammerhead and Nurse Shark swim directly by the camera, surrounded by multiple fish, underwater. This image is from Mega Hammerhead.
    National Geographic Channels/Dr. Neil Hammerschlag
  • Indian Rocks Beach, Fla.:  Actors recreate the scenic day Chris Myers and his son enjoyed before... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Indian Rocks Beach, Fla.: Actors recreate the scenic day Chris Myers and his son enjoyed before his infamous shark attack. This image is from When Sharks Attack.
    National Geographic Channels/Meredith McKay
  • Singapore: Kai Kai in his exhibit. This image is from Making Pandas. [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Singapore: Kai Kai in his exhibit. This image is from Making Pandas.
    National Geographic Channels/Jeanette Lim
  • Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands, following the wildlife and people of Scotland's Wild Heart. This image is from Wild Scotland: Highlands.
    Maramedia Limited 2016
  • Pearl Harbor, Hawaii: Arizona War Memorial, Pearl Harbour.  This image is from Drain the Ocean:... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Pearl Harbor, Hawaii: Arizona War Memorial, Pearl Harbour. This image is from Drain the Ocean: WWII.
    National Geographic Channels/Dan Stevenson
  • Indo-Pacific: Close up of a seahorse underwater. Seahorses are unique in that after an elaborate... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Indo-Pacific: Close up of a seahorse underwater. Seahorses are unique in that after an elaborate courtship display the female will transfer her eggs to the male, which he self fertilises in his pouch. It is the only reversed pregnancy in the animal kingdom. This image is from Moody Beasts.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • New Bedford, Mass.:  Dr. Greg  Skomal shows a great white shark jaw in his Massachusetts... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    New Bedford, Mass.: Dr. Greg Skomal shows a great white shark jaw in his Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries office. This image is from When Sharks Attack.
    National Geographic Channels/Meredith McKay
  • Singapore: Jia Jia eating bamboo shoots in her exhibit. This image is from Making Pandas. [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Singapore: Jia Jia eating bamboo shoots in her exhibit. This image is from Making Pandas.
    National Geographic Channels/Jeanette Lim
  • Africa: Coral Reef, fish swimming and turtle resting in the corner. During the time a female... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Africa: Coral Reef, fish swimming and turtle resting in the corner. During the time a female turtle breeds, she will travel hundreds of miles to nest and head back again to her home foraging area. The sex of a turtle is determined by how warm or cool the eggs are kept during development. This image is from Moody Beasts.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • A blind baby monkey struggles for survival in the snowy rugged mountains of China. This image is... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    A blind baby monkey struggles for survival in the snowy rugged mountains of China. This image is from The Blind Monkey.
    LIC China
  • Tusks are elongated incisor teeth that continue to grow. Although tusks are present at birth,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Tusks are elongated incisor teeth that continue to grow. Although tusks are present at birth, the "baby tusks" fall out after a year, and permanent ones replace them. This image is from Mind of a Giant.
    Vulcan Productions/Sam Barton-Humphreys
  • Singapore: Jia Jia eating bamboo shoots in her exhibit. This image is from Making Pandas. [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Singapore: Jia Jia eating bamboo shoots in her exhibit. This image is from Making Pandas.
    National Geographic Channels/Jeanette Lim
  • Zambia, Africa:  Hyena looking straight ahead. In hyena societies, the females are the stronger,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Zambia, Africa: Hyena looking straight ahead. In hyena societies, the females are the stronger, larger, more dominant sex. They also have a 7" clitoris that is as long as a male hyena's penis in which they give birth through. This image is from Moody Beasts.
    Wild Thing Media/Nicole Dangoor
  • Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands, following the wildlife and people of Scotland's Wild Heart. This image is from Wild Scotland: Highlands.
    Maramedia Limited 2016
  • A blind baby monkey struggles for survival in the snowy rugged mountains of China. This image is... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    A blind baby monkey struggles for survival in the snowy rugged mountains of China. This image is from The Blind Monkey.
    LIC China
  • Australia: Male red kangaroos (Macropus rufus) fighting. Male reproductive success can be linked... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Australia: Male red kangaroos (Macropus rufus) fighting. Male reproductive success can be linked to fighting ability. Fighting helps establish dominancy in the mob and thus gain access to the females (and pass on their genes). This image is from Moody Beasts.
    Wild Thing Media/Thoralf Grospitz
  • Sherini the elephant investigates a mirror during a test of self-awareness. Only a handful of... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Sherini the elephant investigates a mirror during a test of self-awareness. Only a handful of species on the planet have passed the mirror test so far. This image is from Mind of a Giant.
    Vulcan Productions/Sam Barton-Humphreys
  • Bahamas:  Great Hammerhead swims by the camera, near the ocean floor, kicking up debris,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Bahamas: Great Hammerhead swims by the camera, near the ocean floor, kicking up debris, surrounded by a school of fish, underwater. This image is from Mega Hammerhead.
    National Geographic Channels/Dr. Neil Hammerschlag
  • America:  Butterfly emerging from its cocoon. Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) migrate to... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    America: Butterfly emerging from its cocoon. Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) migrate to warmer climates and due to their short life cycle, they rely on a hormone to suspend its life in a state of youth – until it arrives at its destination. This image is from Moody Beasts.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • Portsmouth, UK: Landing Craft at Portsmouth Naval Base. This image is from Drain the Ocean: WWII. [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Portsmouth, UK: Landing Craft at Portsmouth Naval Base. This image is from Drain the Ocean: WWII.
    National Geographic Channels/ Mike Craven-Todd
  • A baby elephant's brain is roughly one third the size of an adult's, and they depend on family... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    A baby elephant's brain is roughly one third the size of an adult's, and they depend on family members to learn the skills needed for survival. This image is from Mind of a Giant.
    Vulcan Productions/Tom Barton-Humphreys
  • Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands, following the wildlife and people of Scotland's Wild Heart. This image is from Wild Scotland: Highlands.
    Maramedia Limited 2016
  • Australia: A close shot of a rattle snake (crotalus) and jointed rattles on the tail. During a... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Australia: A close shot of a rattle snake (crotalus) and jointed rattles on the tail. During a stressful situation, the snake's corticosterone levels (stress hormone) elevate resulting in a reductions in testosterone. This can lead to a reduction in aggressive behaviour. The rattle snake will rattle his tail when threatened and scare away any possible danger. This image is from Moody Beasts.
    Wild Thing Media/Gary Steer
  • The search for food is a constant motivator for elephants, who need to eat up to 300 kilos of... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    The search for food is a constant motivator for elephants, who need to eat up to 300 kilos of food a day. This image is from Mind of a Giant.
    Vulcan Productions/Kate Bradbury
  • Bahamas: Shark victim Jane Engle sits on the beach where she was attacked. This image is from... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Bahamas: Shark victim Jane Engle sits on the beach where she was attacked. This image is from When Sharks Attack.
    National Geographic Channels/Dane Lawing
  • Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands,... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Scotland: This landmark series gives a beautiful portrait of life in the Scottish Highlands, following the wildlife and people of Scotland's Wild Heart. This image is from Wild Scotland: Highlands.
    Maramedia Limited 2016
  • Bahamas: Nurse Shark swims directly at the camera, underwater. This image is from Mega Hammerhead. [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    Bahamas: Nurse Shark swims directly at the camera, underwater. This image is from Mega Hammerhead.
    National Geographic Channels/Dr. Neil Hammerschlag
  • A blind baby monkey struggles for survival in the snowy rugged mountains of China. This image is... [Fotografie dne - srpen 2016]
    A blind baby monkey struggles for survival in the snowy rugged mountains of China. This image is from The Blind Monkey.
    LIC China