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  • Most trees in the rainforest protect their leaves using toxins. The leafcutter ant has a unique a... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Most trees in the rainforest protect their leaves using toxins. The leafcutter ant has a unique adaptation to such toxins. It bites a piece from the leaf, chews it, then uses the mash to fertilize a fungus garden, which in turn supplies food for the ant colony. This image is from Wild Amazon.
    Christian Baumeister/ Light & Shadow GmbH
  • Unique to North America, the bald eagle is the continent's most recognizable aerial predator, wit... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Unique to North America, the bald eagle is the continent's most recognizable aerial predator, with a shocking white head, electric yellow beak, and penetrating eyes. This image is from American Eagle.
    Neil Rettig
  • A Chameleon in Gorongosa National Park. This image is from Africa's Lost Eden. [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    A Chameleon in Gorongosa National Park. This image is from Africa's Lost Eden.
    NGT
  • Hummingbirds notice the color red easily amidst the endless green of the Amazon Rainforest.  Flow... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Hummingbirds notice the color red easily amidst the endless green of the Amazon Rainforest. Flowers that rely on hummingbird pollination opportunistically use shades of red to attract the birds. This image is from Wild Amazon.
    Light & Shadow GmbH/ Christian Baumeister
  • Mala Mala, South Africa: A cheetah lying in dry grass. This image is from Africa's Deadliest. [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Mala Mala, South Africa: A cheetah lying in dry grass. This image is from Africa's Deadliest.
    Aquavision TV Productions
  • Desert Flamingos, Altiplano, Chile. This image is from Untamed Americas. [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Desert Flamingos, Altiplano, Chile. This image is from Untamed Americas.
    Pedro Szekely
  • Baikal Seals raise their offspring at the end of the winter. This image is from Wild Russia. [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Baikal Seals raise their offspring at the end of the winter. This image is from Wild Russia.
    NDR Naturfilm/ Parthenon Entertainment
  • Arizona: A hairy scorpion glows under ultraviolet light. Their sharp pincers mince their prey.
 T... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Arizona: A hairy scorpion glows under ultraviolet light. Their sharp pincers mince their prey. This image is from Nat Geo Amazing!
    NG Image Collection
  • Jigokudani Yaen-koen, Japan: A Japanese Macaque basks in the warm waters of a natural hot spring.... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Jigokudani Yaen-koen, Japan: A Japanese Macaque basks in the warm waters of a natural hot spring. This image is from Nat Geo Amazing!
    NGT
  • Tsavo National Park near Nairobi, Kenya. This image is from Nat Geo's Most Amazing  Photos. [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Tsavo National Park near Nairobi, Kenya. This image is from Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos.
    NGT
  • New York City, New York, United States: Lego sculpture of yellow man with his innards gushing fro... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    New York City, New York, United States: Lego sculpture of yellow man with his innards gushing from his chest. This image is from Nat Geo Amazing!
    Nathan Sawaya
  • Mountains Jasper National Park Alberta. This image is from Untamed Americas. [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Mountains Jasper National Park Alberta. This image is from Untamed Americas.
    NGT
  • Costa Rica: A bright orange flaming poison dart frog. This image is from Nat Geo Amazing! [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Costa Rica: A bright orange flaming poison dart frog. This image is from Nat Geo Amazing!
    Paul Zahl/ National Geographic Stock
  • Sea Life Park Hawaii, Oahu, Hawaii, United States: A bottle-nosed dolphin swims in the blue depth... [Photo of the day - Junho 2012]
    Sea Life Park Hawaii, Oahu, Hawaii, United States: A bottle-nosed dolphin swims in the blue depths of its aquarium. This image is from Nat Geo Amazing!
    Chris Johns/ National Geographic Stock