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Una cigüeña negra acaba de pescar su cena cerca de Pusztaszer, Hungría (Attila Kovacs, 2016)

A fishing black stork near Pusztaszer, some 140 kms southeast of Budapest, Hungary

A lioness lets it all hang loose - as she catches 40 winks on a tree branch. The shattered female takes the opportunity to relax in the late.

Fotos Do Concurso Do Fotógrafo De Viagens Do Ano Da NatGeo

Veja As Fotos Do Concurso Do Fotógrafo De Viagens Do Ano Da NatGeo

Elephants hold onto each others’ tails as they walk the fields of The Crags Elephant Sanctuary, Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.

Dusky langur

Dusky Langur Monkey, or leaf monkey as it is commonly called, are also known as spectacled langurs because of the pale circles around their eyes.

A kingfisher catches a fish at the Niukouyu water reservoir in Beijing, China. Kingfishers are interesting birds. Their vivid colour is iridescence, not pigment – the pigment is actually dark brown!

A kingfisher catches a fish at the Niukouyu water reservoir in Beijing, China. Kingfishers are interesting birds. Their vivid colour is iridescence, not pigment – the pigment is actually dark brown!

When you think of koalas, you would probably picture them in a gumtree munching on leaves, but one lucky north Queensland family captured this animal indulging in some rarely seen beach behaviour.

Koala leaves its tree for the sea - ABC Far North Qld - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Double-crested Cormorants are often seen at #dingdarlingnwr posing like the one (or two?!) shown in this photo. They do this because they have less PREEN OIL than other birds which means that their feathers are not waterproof. This might seem like a disadvantage for birds that spend alot of time in the water but actually their waterlogged feathers help them hunt underwater by keeping them from rising to the top. Then they pose like this to dry out their wet feathers! #nowyouknow…

Double-crested Cormorants are often seen at #dingdarlingnwr posing like the one (or two?!) shown in this photo. They do this because they have less PREEN OIL than other birds which means that their feathers are not waterproof. This might seem like a disadvantage for birds that spend alot of time in the water but actually their waterlogged feathers help them hunt underwater by keeping them from rising to the top. Then they pose like this to dry out their wet feathers! #nowyouknow…

13.mar.2017 - O concurso de fotografia Sony World Photography Awards anunciou os candidatos ao prêmio de melhor foto em diversas categorias. O brasileiro Marcio Cabral é um dos escolhidos na categoria Vida Selvagem. Veja a seguir outras fotos selecionadas nas diferentes categorias

Veja os candidatos a foto do ano do Sony World Photography Awards 2017

Overall Weather Photographer of the Year 2016: Tim Moxon took this photo in Colorado, USA, as a slow moving tornado gave storm chasers a perfect but dangerous  opportunity to encounter the extreme weather up close.

17 of the most breathtaking entries from the Weather Photographer of the Year competition

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