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  • Mobula Ray at
Baja California, Mexico. This image is from Untamed Americas. [Photo of the day - July 2012]
    Mobula Ray at Baja California, Mexico. This image is from Untamed Americas.
    Thinkstock.com
  • Red howler monkeys are famous for their “dawn chorus”. These howling calls that are per... [Photo of the day - July 2012]
    Red howler monkeys are famous for their “dawn chorus”. These howling calls that are performed mostly by the males and can be heard up to 5 km away in the forest. This image is from Wild Amazon.
    Light & Shadow GmbH/ Christian Baumeister
  • A group of Saddle-billed stork feeding.  This image is from Zambezi. [Photo of the day - July 2012]
    A group of Saddle-billed stork feeding. This image is from Zambezi.
    ORF/ScienceVision/Rita Schlamberger
  • Pumas. Torres del Paine, Chile. This image is from Untamed Americas. [Photo of the day - July 2012]
    Pumas. Torres del Paine, Chile. This image is from Untamed Americas.
    NGT
  • Grand Canyon, AZ, USA: Casey descends through the many geological strata while on the North Kaiba... [Photo of the day - July 2012]
    Grand Canyon, AZ, USA: Casey descends through the many geological strata while on the North Kaibab Trail of the Grand Canyon. This image is from Expedition Wild.
    Grizzly Creek Films / Eric Bendick