Best Photos of National Geographic in July

National Geographic is one of the kind for sure. You cannot beat that. They always had amazing animal photos, awesome animal news, and everything you wanna know about the nature and animals. So, that is a reason we selected the best National Geographic for July. Hope you are going to love it. Enjoy

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Elephants, Kenya. Says photographer Danielle Mussman: “The photo was taken in Amboseli National Park in Kenya, It was just indescribably picturesque view! The Snows of Kilimanjaro in a haze of clouds, blue sky – and a herd of elephants, wandering to the lake. “

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Giraffe, Mexico. This amusing giraffe named Lupe lives in a zoo Vameru, which is located in the town of Queretaro, Mexico.

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Fish Parrot, Great Barrier Reef. These large and colorful fish clown unusual colors consider the guardians of coral reefs. Their numerous teeth are scraped from the coral polyps and algae dry.

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Zebras, Tanzania. Says photographer Eric Scooby: “This picture was taken in the Ngorongoro National Park, which is located in northern Tanzania. Most of it lies within the Ngorongoro volcanic crater of the same name. Look at how successfully combines color with flowering plants of zebras! “

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Namibia. Flock sandgrouse splashing in lakes in the reserve «NamibRand Nature Reserve» Namibia.

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Deer, Japan. In Nara, Japan, deer are regarded as sacred messengers of the gods, they are allowed to move, do as one pleases with absolutely freely. And these deer are well known graceful bow, they beg for treats.

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Parrot, Manila. Charlene Ngo says photographer: “I made this photograph in the Philippines, the Zoological and Botanical Garden of Manila. I hope someday people will realize that these magnificent birds need much better environment than the present. “

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Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Australia. The photo was taken on the west coast. Emilien Anglada photographer says: “I was walking along the woods and accidentally startled a family of wild eastern gray kangaroos. They are terribly afraid and rushed in panic to the native forest, barely seeing the man. “

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Dolphin, Turkey. Photo taken during the passage of the dolphin.

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Tonkotelaya langur monkey in India. These monkeys live in India and there are sacred animals, that does not prevent them from being absolutely unbearable.

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Bear, British Columbia. A young bear nestled relax at the roots of red cedar. As a rule, bears always have a rest day after hunting and eating.

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Stag beetle, Sumatra. Says photographer John Simmons: “I saw this stag beetle (Cyclommatus elaphus) in the National Park Gunung Leuser in Sumatra. He stood against the sun – and you just look at how luxurious it has horns.

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Cheetah, South Africa. Cheetah resting, stretched out on the grass in Wetevreden Leeuplaas. In the rest it desperately needed because of the injury of one of the legs.

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Hawaiian green turtle. This unique Hawaiian green turtle lives in an aquarium in Maui. This is one of the endangered species of herbivorous sea turtles, featuring a greenish color of fat.

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Koala, Australia. This charming teddy bear, orphaned after his mother died, zoo staff have grown «Australian Reptile Park» from Australia, and now he is gaining strength despite all the difficulties experienced.

 

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