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  • Matebe, Democratic Republic Of The Congo: A young boy walks on a dirt path to the... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Matebe, Democratic Republic Of The Congo: A young boy walks on a dirt path to the Matebe-Rudahiga Hydroplant. Situated in the park's sprawling countryside, the hydroplant is part of de Merode's campaign to bring electricity to the park's impoverished residents. This image is from Battle For Virunga.
    NG Studios/Tony Gerber
  • A mamba strike is known as the "Kiss of Death".  The strike from a mamba is so fast and its... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    A mamba strike is known as the "Kiss of Death". The strike from a mamba is so fast and its fangs so short and fine, a bite is almost imperceptible. This image is from Predators in Paradise.
    Mentorn/Pioneer
  • Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India: Looking through the foliage in Ranthambhore... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India: Looking through the foliage in Ranthambhore National Park, a tiger bears its carnivorous teeth and tongue. The wildlife sanctuary is famous for its high tiger population, making Ranthambhore a popular destination for both researchers and tourists. This image is from Tiger Queen.
    Grey Films/ Kosmik Film Entertainment/ Parthenon Entertainment Ltd
  • Australia:  Pelicans (pelecanus) are characterized by their large beaks and deep throat pouches,... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Australia: Pelicans (pelecanus) are characterized by their large beaks and deep throat pouches, which they use to assist them in scooping fish out of the water when feeding. When they first hatch, pelican chicks are featherless with a proportionally large bill, bulging eyes - they definitely need to grow into their looks! This image is from World's Weirdest Animal Faces.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • Cape Town, South Africa: Task force during battle. This image is from No Man Left Behind. [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Cape Town, South Africa: Task force during battle. This image is from No Man Left Behind.
    National Geographic Channels/Casey Crafford
  • Baby Pandas at Wolong Panda Reserve. This image is from Panda Babies. [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Baby Pandas at Wolong Panda Reserve. This image is from Panda Babies.
    Adrian Cale/ITN Productions
  • Big Al McGregor is winner — straight out of the Alberta old fields, mining was Al’s... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Big Al McGregor is winner — straight out of the Alberta old fields, mining was Al’s big dream for retirement and now it’s all he has left. After losing wife Coleen and his battle with cancer - making a go of it as a gold miner in the Yukon is his reason for being. This image is from Yukon Gold.
    Paperny Entertainment
  • Two-legged chihuahua Roo is right next to his best buddy Penny, a silkie chicken. Both of these... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Two-legged chihuahua Roo is right next to his best buddy Penny, a silkie chicken. Both of these two-legged orphans found friendship, and family, with one another after being rescued by Alicia Williams, a worker at Duluth Animal Hospital. This image is from Unlikely Animal Friends: Bark-tacular.
    National Geographic Channels / David Chapiro
  • A documentary that follows the Amazon wildlife as they struggle to survive in a land which will... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    A documentary that follows the Amazon wildlife as they struggle to survive in a land which will soon be submerged under almost thirty meters of water. This image is from Amazon Underworld.
    Rodolfo Paes
  • Kafunzo, Democratic Republic Of The Congo: A young Mai Mai soldier hikes to the militia's... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Kafunzo, Democratic Republic Of The Congo: A young Mai Mai soldier hikes to the militia's encampment in the bush region of Kafunzo. The term "Mai Mai" refers to maji, the Kiswahili word for water. Many Mai Mai believe that holy water worn in amulets around their necks will protect them on the battlefield. This image is from Battle For Virunga.
    NG Studios/Tony Gerber
  • A mamba strike is known as the "Kiss of Death".  The strike from a mamba is so fast and its... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    A mamba strike is known as the "Kiss of Death". The strike from a mamba is so fast and its fangs so short and fine, a bite is almost imperceptible. This image is from Predators in Paradise.
    Mentorn/Pioneer
  • Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India: A tiger lays on a dirt track in Ranthambhore... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India: A tiger lays on a dirt track in Ranthambhore National Park. The wildlife sanctuary is famous for its high tiger population, making Ranthambhore a popular destination for both researchers and tourists. This image is from Tiger Queen.
    Grey Films/ Kosmik Film Entertainment/ Parthenon Entertainment Ltd
  • Bernie Kreft is a prospector turned gold miner back in the Klondike cause prospecting is in the... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Bernie Kreft is a prospector turned gold miner back in the Klondike cause prospecting is in the toilet. Bernie been sitting on a gold claim for a few years and this year he thinks he'll make more money going straight to the source. Bernie's goal is to mine out Little Blanche with his two sons and their buddy Kyle. With the right direction and his incredible eye for detail it should be like stealing candy from a baby but Bernie's got a terrible temper and hates inefficiencies. This image is from Yukon Gold.
    Paperny Entertainment
  • Australia: Close up of red bulldog ant (myrmecia gulosa), also known as the giant bull ant,... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Australia: Close up of red bulldog ant (myrmecia gulosa), also known as the giant bull ant, perched on a branch looking in the distance. It is one of the largest ant species being known to grow up to 30mm in length. The head and thorax are typically red-brown in colour with a black rear abdomen and yellow-brown pincers (mandibles). These pincers can deliver a nasty bite, causing severe pain for a couple of days. This image is from World's Weirdest Animal Faces.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • Cape Town, South Africa: Taskforce begins assault. This image is from No Man Left Behind. [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Cape Town, South Africa: Taskforce begins assault. This image is from No Man Left Behind.
    National Geographic Channels/Casey Crafford
  • Gir National Park, Gujarat, India: A Desert Cat sits upright while looking into the camera. This... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Gir National Park, Gujarat, India: A Desert Cat sits upright while looking into the camera. This image is from The Jungle King.
    Kalyan Varma
  • Acre, The Amazon, Brazil: Kampa child.  The Kampa, or Ashanika, are the biggest tribe in the... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Acre, The Amazon, Brazil: Kampa child. The Kampa, or Ashanika, are the biggest tribe in the area, who had their first contact with white settlers only recently. This image is from Who is the Tribe in the Picture?
    Essential Film and Television Ltd
  • Young Pandas eating carrots. This image is from Panda Babies. [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Young Pandas eating carrots. This image is from Panda Babies.
    Adrian Cale/ITN Productions
  • Courtenay, BC, Canada: Kate the dog and Pippin the deer kiss. This image is from Unlikely Animal... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Courtenay, BC, Canada: Kate the dog and Pippin the deer kiss. This image is from Unlikely Animal Friends: Bark-tacular.
    Isobel Springett
  • Indo-Pacific Ocean: The peacock mantis shrimp (odontodactylus scyllarus) is one of the larger,... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Indo-Pacific Ocean: The peacock mantis shrimp (odontodactylus scyllarus) is one of the larger, more colourful shrimps in the sea. Their large eyes have up to 16 types of colour receptive cells (we only have three!) and they are known for their fast punching motion with their front appendages, which has enough force to break through an aquarium's glass wall. This image is from World's Weirdest Animal Faces.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • K & G are the dreamers and business partners - always biting off more than they can chew for a... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    K & G are the dreamers and business partners - always biting off more than they can chew for a chance to strike it rich. This image is from Yukon Gold.
    Paperny Entertainment
  • Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India: A group of chital graze in Ranthambhore National... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India: A group of chital graze in Ranthambhore National Park. Also known as the spotted deer, the chittal is common in wooded areas of India and is a source of food for the tiger. This image is from Tiger Queen.
    Grey Films/ Kosmik Film Entertainment/ Parthenon Entertainment Ltd
  • A documentary that follows the Amazon wildlife as they struggle to survive in a land which will... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    A documentary that follows the Amazon wildlife as they struggle to survive in a land which will soon be submerged under almost thirty meters of water. This image is from Amazon Underworld.
    Rodolfo Paes
  • Courtenay, BC, Canada: Kate the dog and Pippin the deer nuzzle. This image is from Unlikely... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Courtenay, BC, Canada: Kate the dog and Pippin the deer nuzzle. This image is from Unlikely Animal Friends: Bark-tacular.
    Isobel Springett
  • Africa: Flap-necked chameleon (chamaeleo dilepis), poised on top of a tree branch in tropical... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Africa: Flap-necked chameleon (chamaeleo dilepis), poised on top of a tree branch in tropical Southern Africa. These species vary widely in colour, from various greens, yellows and browns. Flaps on their neck usually lie flat, however when they feel threatened they can be raised and angled at 90 degrees to the head to ward off predators. This image is from World's Weirdest Animal Faces.
    Wild Thing Media/Content Mint
  • Acre, The Amazon, Brazil: Kampa children with baby.  The Kampa, or Ashanika, are the biggest... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Acre, The Amazon, Brazil: Kampa children with baby. The Kampa, or Ashanika, are the biggest tribe in the area, who had their first contact with white settlers only recently. This image is from Who is the Tribe in the Picture?
    Essential Film and Television Ltd
  • Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra, India: A Tiger shows it huge canines while yawning in the... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra, India: A Tiger shows it huge canines while yawning in the woods of Tadoba National Park. This image is from Secrets od Wild India.
    Kalyan Varma
  • Fei Fei and Wang Lia playing with bamboo at Dujiangyan Panda Reserve. This image is from Panda... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    Fei Fei and Wang Lia playing with bamboo at Dujiangyan Panda Reserve. This image is from Panda Babies.
    Adrian Cale/ITN Productions
  • South Africa: Fighter sneaks up on green berets before being shot by Scott. This image is from... [Fotografie dne - červenec 2016]
    South Africa: Fighter sneaks up on green berets before being shot by Scott. This image is from No Man Left Behind.
    National Geographic Channels/Charlie Sperring