Port Elizabeth, South Africa: Plough snails gathering to feed. They are known to surf outgoing waves onto shore to feed on organics on the beach, before going back out with the tide. This image is from Incredible Diggers.
Sierra Maestra Mountains, Eastern Cuba: Fidel Castro catches up on the news at an outpost in the Sierra Maestra. Castro commanded his guerilla forces from this rugged mountainous region from December 1956 to November 1958. This image is from Fidel Castro: The Lost Tapes.
Freestate, South Africa: A sungazer, with head pointing up to the sky, and neck stretched out. This posture is very commonly taken right outside the entrance to a burrow. This image is from Incredible Diggers.
Re-enactment: In Dar Es Salaam, Debbie and Bruno are preparing to depart for South Africa, when Debbie spots a suspicious looking man in a skiff watching their every move. This image is from Banged Up Abroad.
Western Ghats: A huge majority of the amphibians found in the Western Ghats are endemic, with ancestors dating back millions of years. Their ancestry is still visible in their primitive breathing biology. This image is from India's Lost Worlds.
Shumen, Bulgaria: National Geographic correspondent Inigo Gilmore measure an ancient stone lionsâ head. This and other antiquities are being stored by the Shumen Museum till the end of a criminal trial next June. This image is from Blood Antiquities.
Holland, Amsterdam: Night time view across the Oosterdok from the Double Tree hotel overlooking the Church of Saint Nicholas, the Schreierstoren monument and the city in front of Central Station. This image is from .
Thar: Guarded by a grizzled male, the temple troop lives a life of luxury, gorging themselves on the plentiful handouts.
Carefree, they relax in the templeâs pools. This image is from India's Lost Worlds.
La Gomera: Four Mums from Yorkshire depart la Gomera as they attempt to break a world record for the oldest female team to row 3000 miles across the Atlantic in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. (LtoR) Janette Benaddi, Niki Doeg, Helen Butters and Frances Davies. This image is from Four Mums in a Boat.
Western Ghats: Hidden among the leafy branches - is the rarest macaque in the world. The lion-tailed macaque. Their dark bodies and grey manes make them difficult to spot among the shadows. This image is from India's Lost Worlds.
Otjiwarongo, South Africa: A ground pangolin licking up termites recently discovered. The pangolin's incredibly sharp and strong claws help break open termite mounds to get to the feast within. This image is from Incredible Diggers.