National Geographic Best Photos of July 2015

Best pictures of July 2015 by the magazine National Geographic.

02Godafoss – one of the most famous waterfalls Iceland, in the north of the island. (Photo by Ed Graham): 03Fireflies and the Milky Way. (Photo Steed Yu)04Forest baobabs in Madagascar. This tree is an important source of water – it can be stored in the trunk to 4000 liters. See also “Baobab – a tree growing upside down.” (Photo by Marsel van Oosten)05Surfing in Hawaii. (Photo by Sarah Lee)

06The white rhinoceros, the second-largest land animals on the planet after the elephant. (Photo Stefane Berube) 07Fishing with cormorants in China. Small fish, which is not interesting fisherman easily swallowed cormorants, but the most stuck in the throat of the – of the ring located at the neck cormorant. The owner gives in return a predatory bird small fish to encourage her. (Photo Abderazak Tissoukai)

08The crack in the ice on Lake Baikal. (Photo by Alexey Trofimov) 09To meet the sun. Meerkats are heated at dawn. (Photo by Clemens Capek) 10Diver and sunken cargo ship in the Caribbean island of Bonaire. (Photo by Marc Henauer) 11Sunset over Jersey City. (Photo by Tsuyoshi Shirahama 12Sleepy Camel, Egypt. (Photo by Claire Thomas) 13Killer whales. (Photo: Paul Nicklen 14. Fox. Suspicious look. (Photo by Fred Lemire) 15A man with a lantern in Yosemite National Park. (Photo by Christian Fernandez) 16 indignation. Willow warbler. (Photo by Mohd Khorshid) 18Humpback whale. Of all the whales is the most playful and legkonravny always surrounded by cheerful splashes and white foam. (Photo by David Howells) 19Who is it? (Photo by Cezary Wyszynski) 20Golden Eye. Widely known is common to all chameleons the ability to change the color and pattern of the body. The color change is due to structural features of the skin. (Photo Florence Bennett) 21Lionfish in the Red Sea. This predatory fish. They can safely swallow fish up to two-thirds of its own. Needles these fish attack their victims. (Photo by Christian Schlamann 22The storm in Iowa. (Photo by Paul Brooks

 

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