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  • Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of life. A world that has thrived virtually untouched for millions of years, Manu is a massive, pristine rainforest near the southeastern border of Peru. The Manu River runs through the heart of this region, nurturing many endangered species. Flocks of colorful parrots feast on clay licks, giant otters hunt in groups along the river while gentle sloths move slowly beneath the canopy. This image is from Peru's Wild Kingdom.
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  • Lynx, a 45-year old woman, peers over the edge of a rock. She's lived in the forest of... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Lynx, a 45-year old woman, peers over the edge of a rock. She's lived in the forest of North-West America for the past two decades. This image is from Living Wild.
    Kwanza, Wind Horse, Canal +, BeTV/ Eric VALLI
  • Utah: Sunset at the log yard.  This image is from Cabin Fever. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Utah: Sunset at the log yard. This image is from Cabin Fever.
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  • Puffins are brilliant hunters of small fish. This image is from Real Angry Birds. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Puffins are brilliant hunters of small fish. This image is from Real Angry Birds.
    Grospitz & Westphalen / NDR Naturfilm / Doclights GmbH
  • 150 miles south of the Australian mainland lies one of the most remote and unspoiled... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    150 miles south of the Australian mainland lies one of the most remote and unspoiled wildernesses left on the planet. Tasmania is a refuge of magnificent forests, snow-capped mountain ranges, wild rivers and pristine coastlines. Home to the largest marsupial carnivore – the screaming, bad-tempered Tasmanian Devil, Tasmania is also an island sanctuary for the Tiger Quoll, the echidna, pademelon and tiger snake. Off the coast, giant kelp forests are home to an array of bizarre sea creatures. This image is from Wild Tasmania.
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  • 150 miles south of the Australian mainland lies one of the most remote and unspoiled... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    150 miles south of the Australian mainland lies one of the most remote and unspoiled wildernesses left on the planet. Tasmania is a refuge of magnificent forests, snow-capped mountain ranges, wild rivers and pristine coastlines. Home to the largest marsupial carnivore – the screaming, bad-tempered Tasmanian Devil, Tasmania is also an island sanctuary for the Tiger Quoll, the echidna, pademelon and tiger snake. Off the coast, giant kelp forests are home to an array of bizarre sea creatures. This image is from Wild Tasmania.
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  • A Cheetah cub peers over its mother. This image is from Surviving the Serengeti. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    A Cheetah cub peers over its mother. This image is from Surviving the Serengeti.
    NCFWW / Anton van Munster
  • Skwentina, Alaska: The Northern Lights illuminate the night sky over Roger and Myra's Skwentna... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Skwentina, Alaska: The Northern Lights illuminate the night sky over Roger and Myra's Skwentna homestead. This image is from Dead End Express.
    National Geographic Channels/ Peter Bobrow
  • The diet of the Nile crocodile is mainly fish, but it will attack almost anything unfortunate... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    The diet of the Nile crocodile is mainly fish, but it will attack almost anything unfortunate enough to cross its path, including zebras, small hippos, porcupines, birds, and other crocodiles. This image is from Dark Side of Crocs.
    NCFWW / Andrew Anderson
  • Alaska: Northern Lights. This image is from Yukon River Run. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Alaska: Northern Lights. This image is from Yukon River Run.
    National Geographic Channels/Ryan McPherson
  • Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of life. A world that has thrived virtually untouched for millions of years, Manu is a massive, pristine rainforest near the southeastern border of Peru. The Manu River runs through the heart of this region, nurturing many endangered species. Flocks of colorful parrots feast on clay licks, giant otters hunt in groups along the river while gentle sloths move slowly beneath the canopy. This image is from Peru's Wild Kingdom.
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  • A Great White Shark. This image is from Wild Baja. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    A Great White Shark. This image is from Wild Baja.
    Johnny Friday
  • Hells Canyon, Idaho: The rocky shores of a calm Snake River cutting through the base of Hells... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Hells Canyon, Idaho: The rocky shores of a calm Snake River cutting through the base of Hells Canyon mountains. This image is from Dead End Express.
    National Geographic Channels/ Peter Bobrow
  • An  angel fish. This image is from Taiwan: Island of Fish. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    An angel fish. This image is from Taiwan: Island of Fish.
    Jimbo Pictures/Vicky Lin
  • Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of life. A world that has thrived virtually untouched for millions of years, Manu is a massive, pristine rainforest near the southeastern border of Peru. The Manu River runs through the heart of this region, nurturing many endangered species. Flocks of colorful parrots feast on clay licks, giant otters hunt in groups along the river while gentle sloths move slowly beneath the canopy. This image is from Peru's Wild Kingdom.
    Courtesy of Windfall Films Ltd.
  • A Hippo shows off its massive teeth. This image is from Dark Side of Crocs. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    A Hippo shows off its massive teeth. This image is from Dark Side of Crocs.
    NCFWW / Andrew Anderson
  • Alaska: Andrew Bunker and Josh Tousignant complete the base of their raft, along with a boat... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Alaska: Andrew Bunker and Josh Tousignant complete the base of their raft, along with a boat slip to go with it. This image is from Yukon River Run.
    National Geographic Channels/Paul Lawrence
  • A Giant Manta swims through blue waters. This image is from Wild Baja. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    A Giant Manta swims through blue waters. This image is from Wild Baja.
    Johnny Friday
  • Shanghai: Taiji practitioners by the Bund. This image is from China From Above. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Shanghai: Taiji practitioners by the Bund. This image is from China From Above.
    Beach House Pictures/Dixie Chan
  • A Pink Fluorescent angelfish. This image is from Taiwan: Island of Fish. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    A Pink Fluorescent angelfish. This image is from Taiwan: Island of Fish.
    Jimbo Pictures/Vicky Lin
  • 150 miles south of the Australian mainland lies one of the most remote and unspoiled... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    150 miles south of the Australian mainland lies one of the most remote and unspoiled wildernesses left on the planet. Tasmania is a refuge of magnificent forests, snow-capped mountain ranges, wild rivers and pristine coastlines. Home to the largest marsupial carnivore – the screaming, bad-tempered Tasmanian devil, Tasmania is also an island sanctuary for the tiger Quoll, the echidna, pademelon and tiger snake. Off the coast, giant kelp forests are home to an array of bizarre sea creatures. This image is from Wild Tasmania.
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  • Most wild cheetahs are found in eastern and southwestern Africa. This image is from Surviving... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Most wild cheetahs are found in eastern and southwestern Africa. This image is from Surviving the Serengeti.
    NCFWW / Anton van Munster
  • Bee-eaters belong to the most colourful European birds. This image is from Real Angry Birds. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Bee-eaters belong to the most colourful European birds. This image is from Real Angry Birds.
    Klaus Weißmann, naturfilm.com / NDR Naturfilm / Doclights GmbH
  • Crew are filming in the night. This image is from Taiwan: Island of Fish. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Crew are filming in the night. This image is from Taiwan: Island of Fish.
    Impress Productions/Wenchin Chou
  • The Nile crocodiles reach up to 6 meters (19,7 feet). This image is from Dark Side of Crocs. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    The Nile crocodiles reach up to 6 meters (19,7 feet). This image is from Dark Side of Crocs.
    NCFWW / Andrew Anderson
  • Shanghai: Photographer Zheng Xianzhang takes a photo from the rooftop of a skyscraper. This... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Shanghai: Photographer Zheng Xianzhang takes a photo from the rooftop of a skyscraper. This image is from China From Above.
    Beach House Pictures/Dixie Chan
  • A Giant Manta swims through blue waters. This image is from Wild Baja. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    A Giant Manta swims through blue waters. This image is from Wild Baja.
    Johnny Friday
  • Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Hidden away in the far reaches of the Upper Amazon is a jungle Eden full of exotic forms of life. A world that has thrived virtually untouched for millions of years, Manu is a massive, pristine rainforest near the southeastern border of Peru. This image is from Peru's Wild Kingdom.
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  • Only the winner gets a receptive hen. This image is from Real Angry Birds. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Only the winner gets a receptive hen. This image is from Real Angry Birds.
    Goetzl, Nörenberg / NDR Naturfilm / Doclights GmbH
  • Alaska: The nearly completed rafts sit quietly under the Alaskan moon. This image is from Peru's... [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Alaska: The nearly completed rafts sit quietly under the Alaskan moon. This image is from Peru's Wild Kingdom.
    National Geographic Channels/Paul Lawrence
  • Cheetah shows off it's sharp teeth. This image is from Surviving the Serengeti. [Photo of the day - July 2015]
    Cheetah shows off it's sharp teeth. This image is from Surviving the Serengeti.
    NCFWW / Anton van Munster