понедељак, 07. октобар 2013.

Kangaroos, Australia


During closing time at the Phillip Island Wildlife Park in July 2012, the roos were together resting and grazing as the winter sun was setting.

Praying Mantis


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Caimans at Night, Brazil


After the caimans emerged at dusk, the photographer was reminded of an earlier encounter. At 15 he went with his dad to look for the crocs by flashlight: “The image of their eyes glowing like stars in a dark sky is something I will never forget.”

Bonobo, Democratic Republic of the Congo


The bonobo, once called the pygmy chimpanzee, is a unique species of ape, native only to forests on the left bank of the Congo River. Recent research casts new light on their sexual and other behavior.

Manatees, Florida


Manatees swim close to the water's surface because they are air-breathing mammals. They use their stiff facial bristles to guide food into their mouths.

Muskoxen, Wrangel Island


Two bull muskoxen size each other up. In September, with mating season under way, bulls engage in frequent head-butting confrontations to establish dominance.

Japanese White-Eye, Taiwan


A Japanese white-eye clings to a branch in Taiwan.