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National Geographic
  • Tanzania: An African male lion is the apex predator, operating a Landscape of Fear, asserting... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Tanzania: An African male lion is the apex predator, operating a Landscape of Fear, asserting its dominance among all walks of life. This image is from Ultimate Rivals: Cat v. Dog.
    NG Studios/Michael Nichols
  • Botswana:  A family of cheetah stare into the distance. This image is from Storm Cats. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Botswana: A family of cheetah stare into the distance. This image is from Storm Cats.
    National Geographic Channels
  • Durban, South Africa: Boa constrictor (Boa constrictor) being handled by Simon Keys. Simon... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Durban, South Africa: Boa constrictor (Boa constrictor) being handled by Simon Keys. Simon catches snakes in human habitations in and around Durban and translocate them to safer areas where they are less likely to come into contact with people. This image is from Snakes in the City.
    National Geographic Channels/Frederick Higgs
  • Rwanda: Lion cub peeking out from behind tree trunk in Akagera National Park, Rwanda. This image... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Rwanda: Lion cub peeking out from behind tree trunk in Akagera National Park, Rwanda. This image is from Return of the Lion.
    Earth Touch (Pty) LTD
  • CGI: A grid of all torturous depictions of Hell. This image is from Map of Hell. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    CGI: A grid of all torturous depictions of Hell. This image is from Map of Hell.
    NG Studios
  • Botswana:  Female lion cub. This image is from Storm Cats. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Botswana: Female lion cub. This image is from Storm Cats.
    National Geographic Channels/Adrian Bailey
  • Re-enactment: Modern humans set out to reach new continents around 45,000 years ago by land and... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Re-enactment: Modern humans set out to reach new continents around 45,000 years ago by land and by sea. This image is from The Human Family Tree.
    NGT/Isham Randolph
  • Kimberley Motley left her husband and three kids in the US in order to work as a defense lawyer... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Kimberley Motley left her husband and three kids in the US in order to work as a defense lawyer in Kabul, Afghanistan. She is the first and only foreign lawyer who litigates in Afghanistan’s courts. For over five years now, human rights cases and troubled expats have motivated her to stay, but personal threats make it harder for Kimberly to continue her work. This image is from Motley's Law.
    Made in Copenhagen
  • Sicily, Italy: Artefacts found on the sunken boat. This image is from Atlantis Rising. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Sicily, Italy: Artefacts found on the sunken boat. This image is from Atlantis Rising.
    AP Ancient City Productions Ltd.
  • Tanzania: An African male lion is the apex predator, operating a Landscape of Fear, asserting... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Tanzania: An African male lion is the apex predator, operating a Landscape of Fear, asserting its dominance among all walks of life. This image is from Ultimate Rivals: Cat v. Dog.
    NG Studios/Michael Nichols
  • Dramatization:  Host Danny Trejo. This image is from Map of Hell. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Dramatization: Host Danny Trejo. This image is from Map of Hell.
    NG Studios/ Mark Schwartzbard
  • Lake Eyasi, Tanzania:  The Hadzabe are one of the last groups of hunter-gatherers on Earth. ... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Lake Eyasi, Tanzania: The Hadzabe are one of the last groups of hunter-gatherers on Earth. Their population lives about 15-hundred miles north of the San near Tanzania's Serengeti, represent one of the first branches in the human family tree. They split from the founding population (the San) around 150,000 years ago. This image is from The Human Family Tree.
    NGT/James F. Ball
  • Sophie Piggott bursts a balloon filled with water. The water remains in shape for a split second... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Sophie Piggott bursts a balloon filled with water. The water remains in shape for a split second before it falls to the ground. This image is from Science of Stupid.
    National Geographic Channels/Josh Trebilcock
  • Hawaii: Three beautiful dolphins jumping over breaking waves. Hawaii Pacific Ocean wildlife... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Hawaii: Three beautiful dolphins jumping over breaking waves. Hawaii Pacific Ocean wildlife scenery. Marine animals in natural habitat. This image is from Survive the Wild.
    Shutterstock/Willyam Bradberry
  • Botswana: Brothers stand side by side on the edge of the Marsh looking out towards their... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Botswana: Brothers stand side by side on the edge of the Marsh looking out towards their uncertain future. Sub-adult males are a threat to the adult males of the Marsh Pride and sooner or later they will be kicked out from the pride to be forced to form their own pride somewhere else. Territory is everything. This image is from Battle for the Pride.
    NHFU
  • Rwanda: Lionesses preparing to hunt. This image is from Return of the Lion. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Rwanda: Lionesses preparing to hunt. This image is from Return of the Lion.
    Earth Touch (Pty) LTD
  • Lake Eyasi, Tanzania: Hadzabe man with bow and arrow.  The Hadzabe, who live about 15-hundred... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Lake Eyasi, Tanzania: Hadzabe man with bow and arrow. The Hadzabe, who live about 15-hundred miles north of the San near Tanzania's Serengeti, are the first branch in the human family tree. They split from the founding population (the San) around 150,000 years ago. Today the Hadzabe are one of the last groups of hunter-gatherers on Earth. This image is from The Human Family Tree.
    NGT/Isham Randolph
  • Canada:  Belugas swim in the St. Lawrence estuary, Canada. This image is from Call of the Beluga. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Canada: Belugas swim in the St. Lawrence estuary, Canada. This image is from Call of the Beluga.
    Michael Parfit
  • Sperm Whale Family - A Sperm Whale family swim together and share a close bond between them.... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Sperm Whale Family - A Sperm Whale family swim together and share a close bond between them. This image is from Survive the Wild.
    Shutterstock/Catmando
  • Rock python's (Python natalensis) head. This image is from Snakes in the City. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Rock python's (Python natalensis) head. This image is from Snakes in the City.
    James Boon/Earth Touch (Pty) Ltd
  • Pride's cubs. This image is from Africa's Hunters. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Pride's cubs. This image is from Africa's Hunters.
    Blue Ant Media
  • Kimberley Motley left her husband and three kids in the US in order to work as a defense lawyer... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Kimberley Motley left her husband and three kids in the US in order to work as a defense lawyer in Kabul, Afghanistan. She is the first and only foreign lawyer who litigates in Afghanistan’s courts. For over five years now, human rights cases and troubled expats have motivated her to stay, but personal threats make it harder for Kimberly to continue her work. This image is from Motley's Law.
    Made in Copenhagen
  • Andriesvale, Northern Cape, South Africa:  San patriarch living in Green Kalahari whose DNA was... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Andriesvale, Northern Cape, South Africa: San patriarch living in Green Kalahari whose DNA was tested as part of the Genographic Project. The San Bushmen of Southern Africa are universally accepted as the world's oldest genetically distinct population of humans, whose DNA markers connect them to Scientific Eve. The Genographic Project used DNA from the San to help pinpoint some of humanity's earliest movements in Africa. This image is from The Human Family Tree.
    NGT/James F. Ball
  • Katie Hardwick shows how a trapeze artist utilizes pendulum motion.
This image is from... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Katie Hardwick shows how a trapeze artist utilizes pendulum motion.
This image is from Science of Stupid.
    National Geographic Channels/Michaela Goncalvez
  • Rwanda: Male lion in grass plains. This image is from Return of the Lion. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Rwanda: Male lion in grass plains. This image is from Return of the Lion.
    Earth Touch (Pty) LTD
  • Montana:  Wolf howling at the moon in the midnight. This image is from Survive the Wild. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Montana: Wolf howling at the moon in the midnight. This image is from Survive the Wild.
    Shutterstock/Sonsam
  • Leopard slowly approaching camera. This image is from Africa's Hunters. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Leopard slowly approaching camera. This image is from Africa's Hunters.
    Blue Ant Media
  • Canada: A young beluga swims in the St. Lawrence River, near the town of Tadoussac, Quebec. This... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Canada: A young beluga swims in the St. Lawrence River, near the town of Tadoussac, Quebec. This image is from Call of the Beluga.
    Michael Parfit
  • Sydney, Australia: Australian koala bear with her baby or joey in eucalyptus or gum tree,... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Sydney, Australia: Australian koala bear with her baby or joey in eucalyptus or gum tree, Sydney, NSW, Australia. exotic iconic aussie mammal animal with infant in lush jungle rainforest. This image is from Survive the Wild.
    Shutterstock
  • Botswana:  Water is scarce in Savute as the dry season begins. In this image a large male lion... [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Botswana: Water is scarce in Savute as the dry season begins. In this image a large male lion is lying in the foreground looking towards camera while a large bull elephant stands in the background on the other side of a pool of water. This image is from Battle for the Pride.
    NHFU
  • Sicily, Italy:  Simcha in the archaeological site of Mokarta. This image is from Atlantis Rising. [Photo of the day - March 2017]
    Sicily, Italy: Simcha in the archaeological site of Mokarta. This image is from Atlantis Rising.
    AP Ancient City Productions Ltd.