National Geographic Channel

  • Close up of Faustino, a young member of the F Family chimp group and one of the main characters i... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Close up of Faustino, a young member of the F Family chimp group and one of the main characters in the series. This image is from Kingdom of the Apes.
    NGS Image Collection / Michael Nichols
  • Darvaza, Karakum Desert, Turkmenistan: Indigenous camel selfie at the Darvaza Crater. This image ... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Darvaza, Karakum Desert, Turkmenistan: Indigenous camel selfie at the Darvaza Crater. This image is from Die Trying.
    National Geographic Channels/George Verschoor
  • Tordrillo Range, Alaska, USA: Mountaineers team celebrating around the Alaskan flag after reachin... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Tordrillo Range, Alaska, USA: Mountaineers team celebrating around the Alaskan flag after reaching the LZ first. This image is from Ultimate Survivor Alaska.
    Courtesy of: Brian Catalina Entertainment
  • St Petersburg, Russia: Timothy King and Trevor Valle in front of mammoth skeleton at the Zoologic... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    St Petersburg, Russia: Timothy King and Trevor Valle in front of mammoth skeleton at the Zoological Institute, August 2013. This image is from Mammoths Unearthed.
    National Geographic Channels/ Alasdair May
  • A moose at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This image is from Yukon Vet. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    A moose at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This image is from Yukon Vet.
    National Geographic Channels / Eric Stalzer
  • Kaktovik, Barter Island, Alaska, USA: A polar bear in Kaktovik. This image is from Die Trying. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Kaktovik, Barter Island, Alaska, USA: A polar bear in Kaktovik. This image is from Die Trying.
    National Geographic Channels/Jason Mayfield
  • View from Mount Arden, Southern Flinders Ranges / South Australia direction Wilpena Pound. Some r... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    View from Mount Arden, Southern Flinders Ranges / South Australia direction Wilpena Pound. Some rocks of the Flinders Ranges are up to a billion years old, out of the Precambrian era. The grasstrees in front are endemic in Australia and lignify by time. Plants typically develop thick woody stems. The resin is an invaluable adhesive for Aboriginal people, often used to patch up leaky water-containers and even didgeridoos. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights/Weißmann & Sziringer / Klaus Weißmann & Rolf Sziringer
  • A recreation from the episode "Alien Invasion". This image is from The Happenings. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    A recreation from the episode "Alien Invasion". This image is from The Happenings.
    Des Willie/UKTV
  • Yosemite National Park, California, USA: Honnold catches a rest in the middle of the Chouinard-He... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Yosemite National Park, California, USA: Honnold catches a rest in the middle of the Chouinard-Herbert route on the Sentinel formation above Yosemite Valley. He climbed this route without a rope for 60 Minutes in 2011. This image is from Die Trying.
    Reel Rock LLC
  • The central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) is a species of agamid lizard occurring in a wide r... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    The central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) is a species of agamid lizard occurring in a wide range of arid to semiarid regions of Australia. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights/Grospitz & Westphalen/Martin Seewer
  • Hippo pods can reach numbers ranging from 80 to 800 members in one pod, guarded by a dominant bul... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Hippo pods can reach numbers ranging from 80 to 800 members in one pod, guarded by a dominant bull. During the dry season pods often have to share waterways and numbers can reach dangerously high, increasing the likelihood of fights and aggression. This image is from Hippo vs Croc.
    Earth Touch LTD
  • Democratic Republic of Congo: Young western low-land gorilla riding on its mothers back. This ima... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Democratic Republic of Congo: Young western low-land gorilla riding on its mothers back. This image is from Kingdom of the Apes.
    NGS Image Collection / Michael Nichols
  • Yamal province, Russia: Reindeer antlers, August 2013. This image is from Mammoths Unearthed. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Yamal province, Russia: Reindeer antlers, August 2013. This image is from Mammoths Unearthed.
    National Geographic Channels/ Andrew Barron
  • Echidna of the subspecies Tachyglossus aculeatus multiaculeatus, which is endemic on Kangaroo Isl... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Echidna of the subspecies Tachyglossus aculeatus multiaculeatus, which is endemic on Kangaroo Island / South Australia on search for his typical prey, termites. It can eat quickly; a specimen of around 3 kg (6.6 lb.) can ingest 200 g (7.1 oz.) of termites in 10 minutes. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights/Weißmann & Sziringer / Klaus Weißmann & Rolf Sziringer
  • Juneau, Alaska, USA: Yote fishing in the river. This image is from Ultimate Survivor Alaska. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Juneau, Alaska, USA: Yote fishing in the river. This image is from Ultimate Survivor Alaska.
    Courtesy of: Brian Catalina Entertainment
  • Jigokudani, Japan:  Sunset over the cedar forest. The Jigokudani Yaen-koen is located in the Vall... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Jigokudani, Japan: Sunset over the cedar forest. The Jigokudani Yaen-koen is located in the Valley of Yokoyu River sourced from Shiga-Kogen of the Joshinetsu-Kogen National Park in northern part of Nagano prefecture. This image is from Wild Japan: Snow Monkeys.
    Thirteen Productions LLC / Joseph Pontecorvo
  • The red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest mammal native to A... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    The red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest mammal native to Australia, and the largest marsupial. Males are bigger than females and grow up to a body weight of 85 kg. Large males can stand more than 1.8 m tall. They hop along on their powerful hind legs and do so at great speed, up to 56 km / hour, with a distance of up to 8 m in a single leap. Red kangaroos are found across mainland Australia in arid and semiarid regions, gathering in small groups called mobs. Red kangaroos are capable of conserving enough water and selecting enough fresh vegetation to survive in an arid environment. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights/Grospitz & Westphalen
  • Whitehorse, Yukon:  A lone caribou at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This image is from Yukon Vet. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Whitehorse, Yukon: A lone caribou at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This image is from Yukon Vet.
    National Geographic Channels / Eric Stalzer
  • Tordrillo Range, Alaska, USA: Cast on the Tordrillo Mountain Range. This image is from Ultimate S... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Tordrillo Range, Alaska, USA: Cast on the Tordrillo Mountain Range. This image is from Ultimate Survivor Alaska.
    Courtesy of: Brian Catalina Entertainment
  • Victoria, Australia: There is only one species of koala (Phascolarctos cinereus). Koalas are foun... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Victoria, Australia: There is only one species of koala (Phascolarctos cinereus). Koalas are found in eastern Australia from the south in Victoria and South Australia to the north of Queensland. Koalas are laid back animals - they spend about 20 hours a day asleep or resting. Koalas are arboreal marsupials and typically inhabit eucalypt forests. Koalas feed almost exclusively on leaves of specific eucalyptus trees; they eat only 70 of over 600 species of eucalyptus. Together with kangaroos they are the most iconic animals in Australia. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights GmbH / Thoralf Grospitz & Jens Westphalen
  • Jigokudani, Japan:  Families huddle tightly together in the trees. In the cold morning air, the t... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Jigokudani, Japan: Families huddle tightly together in the trees. In the cold morning air, the troop will stay huddled together until they hear the whistle call from the park below. This image is from Wild Japan: Snow Monkeys.
    Thirteen Productions LLC / Joseph Pontecorvo
  • Admirals Arch at Cape du Couedic on Kangaroo Island is a popular resting place for New Zealand fu... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Admirals Arch at Cape du Couedic on Kangaroo Island is a popular resting place for New Zealand fur seals, Australian sea lions and also Australian fur seals. It was sculpted by weathering and erosion from the sea over thousands of years. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights/Weißmann & Sziringer / Klaus Weißmann & Rolf Sziringer
  • Hippo pods can reach numbers ranging from 80 to 800 members in one pod, guarded by a dominant bul... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Hippo pods can reach numbers ranging from 80 to 800 members in one pod, guarded by a dominant bull. During the dry season pods often have to share waterways and numbers can reach dangerously high, increasing the likelihood of fights and aggression. This image is from Hippo vs Croc.
    Earth Touch LTD
  • Kaktovik, Barter Island, Alaska, USA: Two polar bear cubs snuggle up to their mom before nightfal... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Kaktovik, Barter Island, Alaska, USA: Two polar bear cubs snuggle up to their mom before nightfall. This image is from Die Trying.
    National Geographic Channels/Jason Mayfield)
  • Jigokudani, Japan: A young monkey covered in snow looks to see if her sister is close by. Family ... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Jigokudani, Japan: A young monkey covered in snow looks to see if her sister is close by. Family bonds are critical to snow monkeys. This image is from Wild Japan: Snow Monkeys.
    Thirteen Productions LLC / Joseph Pontecorvo
  • At musk-ox at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This image is from Yukon Vet. [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    At musk-ox at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This image is from Yukon Vet.
    National Geographic Channels / Eric Stalzer
  • Yosemite National Park, California, USA: Alex Honnold karate chops a flattened hand into thin jam... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Yosemite National Park, California, USA: Alex Honnold karate chops a flattened hand into thin jams high above the base of Cascade Falls. This image is from Die Trying.
    Reel Rock LLC
  • Frodo, a male chimpanzee, belongs to a family observed by Jane Goodall. This image is from Kingdo... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Frodo, a male chimpanzee, belongs to a family observed by Jane Goodall. This image is from Kingdom of the Apes.
    NGS Image Collection / Michael Nichols
  • The saltwater crocodile, also known as saltie, estuarine or Indo-Pacific crocodile, is the larges... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    The saltwater crocodile, also known as saltie, estuarine or Indo-Pacific crocodile, is the largest of all living reptiles, as well as the largest terrestrial and riparian predator in the world. The males of this species can reach sizes of up to 7 m (23 ft.) and weigh as much as 2,000 kg (4,400 lb.). Saltwater crocodiles are known for preying on humans. This image is from Wild Australia.
    Doclights/Grospitz & Westphalen / Martin Seewer
  • Tordrillo Range, Alaska, USA: Marty crossing the Tyrolean traverse. This image is from Ultimate S... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Tordrillo Range, Alaska, USA: Marty crossing the Tyrolean traverse. This image is from Ultimate Survivor Alaska.
    Courtesy of: Brian Catalina Entertainment
  • Darvaza, Karakum Desert, Turkmenistan: A cameraman films George Kourounis as he prepares to enter... [ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ - ΙΟΥΛΙΟΥ 2014]
    Darvaza, Karakum Desert, Turkmenistan: A cameraman films George Kourounis as he prepares to enter the crater. This image is from Die Trying.
    National Geographic Channels/George Verschoor