շաբաթ, օգոստոս 15
15 / 8 / 2020
Փոշոտ Մոնա Լիզա, սիրահարված մկներ. տարվա լավագույն լուսանկարները՝ ըստ National Geographic-ի

Փոշոտ Մոնա Լիզա, սիրահարված մկներ. տարվա լավագույն լուսանկարները՝ ըստ National Geographic-ի

National Geographic ամսագիրն ամփոփել է անցնող տարին: Ներկայացվել է 2019-ի ընթացքում արված լավագույն լուսանկարները:

Լավագույն կադրերն արվել են մոլորակի ամենատարբեր անկյուններում՝ Արկտիկայից մինչև Եվրոպա, Հնդկաստան ու Հեռավոր Արևելք:

 

Two rats at India's Karni Mata Temple dance. Rats are social animals that take good care of their offspring. Studies show they will free a fellow rat from a small cage, even if it means giving up a treat. This suggests to some researchers that rats feel empathy

 

Wolves in the Canadian Arctic picking at the remains of a muskox. To get this image, photographer Ronan Donovan placed a camera trap inside the carcass. The then pack returned to feed on and off for a month

Clay, Daniel, and Enzo - three of 39 tigers rescued from an animal park in Oklahoma, gathering at a pool at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado. These cats will live out their lives here, with proper nutrition and vet care

With California's Yosemite Valley far beneath him, Alex Honnold free solos - meaning climbing without ropes or safety gear - up a crack on the 3,000-foot southwest face of El Capitan. Before he accomplished the feat on June 3, 2017, Honnold spent nearly a decade thinking about the climb and more than a year and a half planning and training for it

Borneo's Deer Cave is home to more than two million bats of several species, which usually fly out in the evenings to hunt

Marines have to be able to carry one another if necessary. USMC Cpl. Gabrielle Green hefts a fellow marine as they ready for deployment on a Navy ship at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Of the 38,000 recruits who enter the corps each year, about 3,500 are women or, in USMC phrasing, 'female marines'

Harp seal pups are born on the ice and need a stable platform to survive. Sea ice coverage in the gulf is getting less predictable every year

A ground pangolin named Tamuda searches for a meal of ants or termites at a rehabilitation center in Zimbabwe. He was rescued from illegal wildlife traders, who likely would have smuggled his scales to Asia for use in traditional remedies

Once or twice a month during Costa Rica's rainy season, female olive ridley sea turtles come ashore by the tens of thousands and lay eggs in a mass nesting event known as an arribada. Hatchlings begin emerging about 45 days later

Bhagavan 'Doc' Antle (far right) poses with his staff (left to right: Kody Antle, Moksha Bybee, and China York), in a pool used in his tiger show at Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina. Young cubs are a big part of the business and packages for playing and having photos taken with them run from $339 to $689 per person. At about 12 weeks old, cubs are considered too big and dangerous for tourists to pet

Late in the dry season, a remnant pool in the Mussicadzi River channel attracts a mob of hungry birds including storks, egrets, and hammerkops, along with a couple of waterbuck in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park. Gorongosa's avian richness swells further in the wet season, when nomads arrive to feed

 

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