South Africa: Nile crocodiles (Crocodylus niloticus) lying on surface of water with heads partially exposed. The position of their nostrils on top of their snouts allows them to hide most of their body from potential prey. This image is from Incredible Gulpers.
South Africa: Bee sitting on the lip of a pitcher plant. The pitcher's vibrant colours and nectar-laden lip attracts insects, which, once taken in, often fall victim to it's slippery and sticky opening, falling in to their death. This image is from Incredible Gulpers.
Deep cuts in the reef at Millennium Atoll. Coral reefs are some of the most diverse and valuable ecosystems on Earth. Coral reefs support more species per unit area than any other marine environment, including about 4,000 species of fish, 800 species of hard corals and hundreds of other species. Scientists estimate that there may be another 1 to 8 million undiscovered species of organisms living in and around reefs. This image is from New Wave Warriors.
Sting ray deep beneath one of the world's best surf spots, Cortes Bank. Cortes is like a washing machine of currents that whips the beautiful kelp forest (and it's inhabitants) around. This image is from New Wave Warriors.
South Africa: African bullfrog (Pyxicephalus adspersus) face, revealing it's large eyes. African bullfrogs have massive bodies, with mouths and an appetite to match. This image is from Incredible Gulpers.