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Las mejores fotos de National Geographic Society Julio 2010

04/09/2010 21:40 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

Las fotos espectaculares que todos los meses nos regala la Sociedad Nacional de Geografia de los EE UU, universalmente conocida como NGS. En este caso la seleccion comprende las mejores fotos del mes de Julio 2010:


King Penguins

Photograph by David Schultz, My Shot

Strikingly colored, an adult king penguin stands out in a sea of chicks on South Georgia Island.

(This photo was submitted to My Shot.)

Baboon, Bronx Zoo

Photograph by Richard Conde, My Shot

A baboon in the Bronx Zoo, New York

(This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.)

Stretching Tiger, India

Photograph by Michel Zoghzoghi, Your Shot

A tiger stretches its powerful form on a branch in Bandhavgarh National Park in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

(This photo was submitted to Your Shot.)

Bowerbird, Australia

Photograph by Tim Laman, National Geographic

The gunk on the beak of this satin bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus violaceus minor) is plant matter, which he mashed up to paint his bower's inner sanctum in a rain forest in Queensland, Australia. The pulp adds a hint of color and perhaps flavor: Females sometimes take a taste during the male's display.

Black-Headed Gull, England

Photograph by Christopher Hoyle, Your Shot

I was taking pictures of the scenery near Lake Windermere in the U.K. This black-headed gull was flying straight at me. It was oblivious to the camera for a while but then put the brakes on and flared its wings before it hit me in the lens. That intense look must be the last thing many small creatures see.

(This photo and caption were submitted to Your Shot.)

Tokay Gecko

Photograph by Erin Yard, Your Shot

A Tokay gecko hangs upside down in its terrarium at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

(This photo and caption were submitted to Your Shot.)

Grizzly Bear

Photograph by Carol Bock, My Shot

A wet grizzly takes a break and dries off on a log.

(This photo was submitted to My Shot.)

Frog, New Guinea

Photograph by Tim Laman, National Geographic

Hylarana aurata, found in the Foja Mountains of New Guinea, one of the remotest and most difficult to reach places on Earth.

Lion’s Mane Jellyfish

Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

A lion's mane jellyfish nestled in a kelp frond.

Cheetahs, Kenya

Photograph by Mauro Mozzarelli, My Shot

Most wild cheetahs are found in eastern and southwestern Africa. Perhaps only 12, 000 of these big cats remain, and those are under pressure as the wide-open grasslands they favor are disappearing at the hands of human settlers.

(This photo was submitted to My Shot.)

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