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  • Kenya: Hazen standing with Samburu Warriors on a cliff. This image is from Hazen's Wild Survival... [Photo of the day - May 2016]
    Kenya: Hazen standing with Samburu Warriors on a cliff. This image is from Hazen's Wild Survival Guide.
    National Geographic Channels/ Alex Parkinson
  • Mpigi District, Uganda: People from the village of Wajinja at the water source collecting water.... [Photo of the day - May 2016]
    Mpigi District, Uganda: People from the village of Wajinja at the water source collecting water. The water they are collecting has been declared unfit for human consumption. This image is from Undercover Angel.
    National Geographic Channels/Jonathan Clough
  • Like a flash the Nile crocodile shoots out of the water, trying to get a grip on one of the... [Photo of the day - May 2016]
    Like a flash the Nile crocodile shoots out of the water, trying to get a grip on one of the drinking wildebeests. Whenever they do make a catch, crocodiles kill their prey by drowning. This image is from Deadly Game.
    Reinhard Radke / NDR Naturfilm / Doclights GmbH
  • Myanmar: Porters cross a bridge above a major tributary of the Irrawady on the last day of the... [Photo of the day - May 2016]
    Myanmar: Porters cross a bridge above a major tributary of the Irrawady on the last day of the 150 mile walk out from basecamp. This image is from Point of No Return.
    NG Studios/ Cory Richards
  • Congresswoman Linda Sanchez and Lizzie Velasquez meet on Capitol Hill to discuss the first... [Photo of the day - May 2016]
    Congresswoman Linda Sanchez and Lizzie Velasquez meet on Capitol Hill to discuss the first federal anti-bullying bill, the Safe Schools Improvement Act. This image is from A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story.
    Women Rising
  • Kenya: Baby elephants take some time to master using their trunk but they eventually learn to... [Photo of the day - May 2016]
    Kenya: Baby elephants take some time to master using their trunk but they eventually learn to suck as much as 2.5 gallons of water! This image is from Extreme Animal Babies.
    iStock