Monday, September 1, 2014

BEST PHOTOS OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC IN SEPTEMBER 2013

Best photos from the September 2013 National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Russia.
Dolphins in the Red Sea
Size of brain dolphins in relation to the size of the body is much greater than that of chimpanzees, and their behavior indicates a high degree of mental retardation. The brain of the adult dolphin weighs about 1,700 grams, and a man - 1400 in the Dolphin twice gyri in the cerebral cortex than in person.See also "10 most intelligent animals on Earth. Part 1 "and" 10 most intelligent animals on Earth. Part 2. "
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Journey to the balloon, Myanmar
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Wave on the island of Oahu Hawaiian archipelago
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Brown bear, Kamchatka
Kuril Lake, South Kamchatka Federal Reserve. The uniqueness of this unspoilt corner is that an abundance of food and a ban on hunting bears are not afraid of man, do not show aggression, admitting close enough.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Fireflies in North Carolina
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Lizard, India
Most lizards - predators. Like snakes, lizards belong to the class of reptiles.But unlike snakes, most lizards (except for some legless forms) are available in varying degrees-developed limbs. In nature, there are about 5,000 species of lizards.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Lioness with cubs, Serengeti National Park
Lioness watching over cubs. In the first few weeks, babies are too young to participate in the general tinkering with the grown cubs pride, and too vulnerable to predators, so that the mother hides them in a secluded den.But these kids will soon have to join the senior.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Energy Orange, United States
One orange slices produce enough electricity - 3.5 volts - to power the LED.Citric acid in the composition of this fruit is the electrolyte, conducting electrons from the zinc to the copper wire nails. The picture was taken with an exposure for 14 hours.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Saiga calf, the Astrakhan region
Nearly three-quarters of saiga females bring to twins. Only yearlings usually give birth to one baby. Saiga calf weighs under 3.5 pounds, like a newborn person, and the mass reaches a third of the weight of twins mother.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand
The lake, which has a glacial origin, is about 80 km, which makes it the longest lake in New Zealand. During the day the water level in the lake is subject to change: he falls, on the contrary rises. These fluctuations of water, known as Seiches, reach up to 20 cm.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Cheetahs and tourists, Kenya
Cheetah - the fastest land animal. In pursuit of the victim develops a speed of 110-115 km / h and accelerates to 75 km / h for 2 seconds.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Railway Bridge, Japan
This mysterious picture was taken in Fukushima Prefecture.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Wolverine, Kamchatka
In Russia there are about 23,000 wolverines. Of them on the Kamchatka Peninsula is home to about two thousand.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Jal Mahal, India
This palace on the water stands in the middle of a small lake a few kilometers from the city of Jaipur. Looking at it, it seems like he hung in the air, barely touching the water's edge. But it is not. In fact, its four floors are submerged in water. And we can see only the upper portion of Jal Mahal.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Swan feather, Moscow
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Brown bears, Kamchatka
Like a three-headed dragon, bears careful consideration of the photographer.Here, on the banks of the Kurile Lake, one can often find brown bears: here come the bears feast on salmon.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Sakurajima volcano, Japan
Volcanic bombs explode, sparkles forked lightning, billowing ash clouds - woke up again in 1118-meter volcano Sakurajima on the island of Kyushu.After a powerful eruption in 1914 solidified lava flows joined former island to the peninsula Osumi.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Lion, Serengeti National Park
Males rarely give up their privileges. Sea battle feasting on a zebra carcass, while females and young are waiting for further - stops them low warning porykivanie. Their turn will come later.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Cenote Las Calaveras, Mexico
Tourist with a breathing tube immersed in water cenote Las Calaveras - "Skull" - close to Tulum. Local Maya taken in the well water for drinking as long as 30 years ago, the divers have found here human bone.Archaeologists have counted that millennial darkness of these waters lie the remains of a hundred people.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Polar Bear, Svalbard
Drifting ice floes in the Barents Sea until bear the weight of an adult bear.But this young male jumps in the changing world.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
This dinosaur
This yakarsky caiman, Brazil. Recently on yakarskih caimans actively hunted for valuable skin, but to give "safe conduct" yakarskie caimans Brazil began to recover its strength - and very successful in this.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Canyon Bearsden, Greenland
Greenland ice sheet contains enough water to raise sea level by about 7.5 meters.
Best Photos of National Geographic in September 2013
Stalker Phidippus mystaceus
In fact, this Stalker is so small, it is easy to fit on the nail. For details, see "Spectacular macrocosm from Thomas Shahan."

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