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  • Africa: Lion cubs face many dangers -- even from their own species. When males take over a... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Africa: Lion cubs face many dangers -- even from their own species. When males take over a pride, they kill any young sired by the deposed males. This is a way to bring females into heat more quickly, and to ensure the pride's next generation carries their genes. This image is from Lion Battle Zone.
    Steven M. Roskelly
  • Japan: Close up of a baby Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) holding onto an adult macaque. This... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Japan: Close up of a baby Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) holding onto an adult macaque. This image is from Japan's Hidden Secrets.
    NDR Naturfilm/ Parthenon Entertainment
  • Tanzania: An early morning sun rises over a baobab tree in Ruaha National Park. This image is... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Tanzania: An early morning sun rises over a baobab tree in Ruaha National Park. This image is from Lion Battle Zone.
    Owen Prümm
  • Japan: The Steller's Sea Eagle or "O-Washi" (Haliaeetus pelagicus), mainly feeds on fish, and... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Japan: The Steller's Sea Eagle or "O-Washi" (Haliaeetus pelagicus), mainly feeds on fish, and often as a scavenger regularly pirating food from otters and other birds. This image is from Japan's Hidden Secrets.
    NDR Naturfilm/ Parthenon Entertainment
  • Bahamas: Eleuthera Island sits on the very edge of the great limestone block of the Great... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Bahamas: Eleuthera Island sits on the very edge of the great limestone block of the Great Bahamas Bank. Its eastern shore faces the deep Atlantic. This image is from What Lies Beneath.
    Steve Nicholls
  • Africa: Zebras look on as two lions attack one of their own. This image is from Lion Battle Zone. [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Africa: Zebras look on as two lions attack one of their own. This image is from Lion Battle Zone.
    Owen Prümm
  • Ha Long Bay, Vietnam. Several boats floating about. This image is from Alien Deep. [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Ha Long Bay, Vietnam. Several boats floating about. This image is from Alien Deep.
    National Geographic Television
  • Japan: Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) are the only monkeys in the world to enjoy the hot... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Japan: Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) are the only monkeys in the world to enjoy the hot springs. The hot volcanic baths help maintain the macaques' healthy body temperature. Japanese macaques are also excellent swimmers and are reportedly able to swim distances of over half a kilometer. This image is from Japan's Hidden Secrets.
    NDR Naturfilm/ Parthenon Entertainment
  • Lanai, Hawaii:  White coral boulders amidst black volcanic ones are taken as evidence for a... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Lanai, Hawaii: White coral boulders amidst black volcanic ones are taken as evidence for a giant tsunami originating on the Big Island, which hit the island of Lanai in the past. This image is from What Lies Beneath.
    Steve Nicholls
  • Agra, India: The Taj Mahal captured from the rooftop of Taj Mahal Museum. This image is from... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Agra, India: The Taj Mahal captured from the rooftop of Taj Mahal Museum. This image is from Access 360° World Heritage.
    National Geographic Channels/ Kanika Raheja
  • The inner side of Eleuthera Island, Bahamas: The shallow water overlying the Great Bahama Bank.... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    The inner side of Eleuthera Island, Bahamas: The shallow water overlying the Great Bahama Bank. This image is from What Lies Beneath.
    Steve Nicholls
  • Salar de Surire, Chile: Andre Dupuis setting up for a shot. This image is from Departures. [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Salar de Surire, Chile: Andre Dupuis setting up for a shot. This image is from Departures.
    Departures Entertainment 2 Inc
  • Serengeti/Massai Mara, Africa: A young cheetah with her four cubs. They are born blind and... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Serengeti/Massai Mara, Africa: A young cheetah with her four cubs. They are born blind and helpless and need the protection of their mother. This image is from Cheetah: Fatal Instinct.
    NDR Naturfilm
  • Africa: A Marabou stork perches on a tree limb to survey the open grasslands. This image is from... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Africa: A Marabou stork perches on a tree limb to survey the open grasslands. This image is from World's Weirdest.
    Jodi Cobb National Geographic
  • Serengeti/Massai Mara, Africa: A young cheetah with her four cubs. They are born blind and... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Serengeti/Massai Mara, Africa: A young cheetah with her four cubs. They are born blind and helpless and need the protection of their mother. This image is from Cheetah: Fatal Instinct.
    NDR Naturfilm
  • Brazil: A marsh deer. This image is from Secret Brazil. [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Brazil: A marsh deer. This image is from Secret Brazil.
    Bossa Nova Films/Lygia Barbosa
  • Serengeti/Massai Mara, Africa: This little cheetah is a few months old having already survived... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    Serengeti/Massai Mara, Africa: This little cheetah is a few months old having already survived the most dangerous weeks of his life. This image is from Cheetah: Fatal Instinct.
    NDR Naturfilm
  • French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii, United States: Frigatebird share perching space with other... [Photo of the day - April 2013]
    French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii, United States: Frigatebird share perching space with other seabirds on the windswept coast of Hawaii. This image is from World's Weirdest.
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pacific