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  • Male Leopard up on a branch. This image is from Africa's Hunters. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Male Leopard up on a branch. This image is from Africa's Hunters.
    Blue Ant Media
  • Tigers wrestle in the water.  Tigers usually live 8 to 10 years in the wild. This image is from... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Tigers wrestle in the water. Tigers usually live 8 to 10 years in the wild. This image is from Animal Fight Club.
    2015 Thinkstock
  • Rwanda: Male lion in lush Rwanda grassland. This image is from Return of the Lion. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Rwanda: Male lion in lush Rwanda grassland. This image is from Return of the Lion.
    Earth Touch (Pty) LTD
  • Men pray together to culminate the end of Ramadan. This image is from The Human Family Tree. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Men pray together to culminate the end of Ramadan. This image is from The Human Family Tree.
    David Evans
  • Basaso, Somalia: A shipwrecked boat near the shore in Basaso, Somalia. This image is from... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Basaso, Somalia: A shipwrecked boat near the shore in Basaso, Somalia. This image is from Lawless Oceans.
    National Geographic/Alex Mott
  • Kamuti Ears low - Close up. This image is from Africa's Hunters. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Kamuti Ears low - Close up. This image is from Africa's Hunters.
    Blue Ant Media
  • Jaguars are the largest cats in the Americas. This image is from Animal Fight Club. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Jaguars are the largest cats in the Americas. This image is from Animal Fight Club.
    2015 Thinkstock
  • A coyote howls. The coyote's vocalizations are one of the few wild animals commonly heard; the... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    A coyote howls. The coyote's vocalizations are one of the few wild animals commonly heard; the coyote howl is used to communicate with other coyotes in the area. This image is from Invaders.
    2011 iStockphoto LP
  • Rwanda: Male lion crossing riverbed. This image is from Return of the Lion. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Rwanda: Male lion crossing riverbed. This image is from Return of the Lion.
    Earth Touch (Pty) LTD
  • The Jaguar has the most powerful bite, pound for pound, of the big cats. This image is from... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    The Jaguar has the most powerful bite, pound for pound, of the big cats. This image is from Animal Fight Club.
    2015 Thinkstock
  • A local guide signals to a lost vehicle in the Sahara Desert. This image is from The Human... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    A local guide signals to a lost vehicle in the Sahara Desert. This image is from The Human Family Tree.
    David Evans
  • Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska, USA:  Two Coastal Brown Bears (Ursus arctos) sparring... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska, USA: Two Coastal Brown Bears (Ursus arctos) sparring in shallow stream near Kinak Bay. This image is from Animal Fight Club.
    NGC / Paul Souders/Corbis
  • Baboons grooming one another. This image is from Africa's Hunters. [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Baboons grooming one another. This image is from Africa's Hunters.
    Blue Ant Media
  • Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana:  A large, stalking water buffalo can outweigh a wild dog by over... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana: A large, stalking water buffalo can outweigh a wild dog by over 600 pounds. Judging by the dog's upright ears, this dog is not looking to make a meal of this bovine. This image is from Ultimate Rivals: Cat v. Dog.
    NG Studios/John Shier
  • Botswana:  A portrait shot of a large male lion standing and looking out towards the left hand... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Botswana: A portrait shot of a large male lion standing and looking out towards the left hand side of the frame. This image is from Battle for the Pride.
    NHFU
  • Gray wolves show their teeth - they have 42!! 20 in their upper jaw, 22 in their lower.  This... [Photo of the day - March 2020]
    Gray wolves show their teeth - they have 42!! 20 in their upper jaw, 22 in their lower. This image is from Animal Fight Club.
    2015 Thinkstock