Thursday, 16 January 2014

Inside Nat Geo: Photos of Earth's Rarest Animals

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Inside Nat Geo
Astonishing Whale Images

Astonishing Whale Images
When photographer Justin Hofman went on a trip to Argentina’s Patagonian coast, he knew he’d only have one chance to capture these shy creatures on camera.
See close-up shots of these rare animals.

Golden Hour

Golden Hour
The right light can add something special to a photograph. From the shores of Iceland to the streets of Paris, see illuminating scenes from all over the world.
Explore picturesque destinations.

Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks

Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks
In a recent study, researchers identified more than 180 species of marine fish that exhibit biofluorescence.
See glowing stingrays, eels, and more.

Ten of the Earth's Rarest Animals

Photos: Ten of Earth’s Rarest Animals
These critically endangered animals, photographed by Joel Sartore, are on the edge of extinction.
See a Sumatran orangutan, an Amur leopard, and more.

Japan's Newest Island

Japan’s Newest Island
A volcanic island in Japanese waters has merged with an uninhabited neighboring island, and some observers have noticed that the new island resembles a classic cartoon character.
Look at the full island from above.

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