National Geographic Channel (Taiwan) Photo of the Day 每日一照 2013.08

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National Geographic Channel (Taiwan) Photo of the Day 每日一照 2013.08

  1. 1. South Africa: High contrast shot of ragged tooth shark. National Geographic Channel (Taiwan) Photo of the Day 日一照每 2013.08 Hand Play 1
  2. 2. Kruger National Park, South Africa: White rhino standing in the tall grass. (Ceratotherium simum). 2
  3. 3. USA: REENACTMENT: Denver (played by Andy Barnes), Kristy (played by Claire Gordon Webster) and Tyrell (played by Stuart Jones) run into the water to surf. 3
  4. 4. Agarrobo, Chile : Chilean rose tarantula neatly camouflaged. (Grammostola rosea). l Countdown.NHNZ 4
  5. 5. Africa: Wildebeest calf jumping into the river.Africa: Wildebeest calf jumping into the river. 5
  6. 6. Fort Pierce, Florida, USA: The interior of this minibus is psychedelic in an entirely new way. 6
  7. 7. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA: With the help of trainer Bhagavan Antle, Director of Photography Bryan Harvey takes a break from filming cats to take a dip with Bubbles, the resident elephant at TIGERS 7
  8. 8. Africa: Roger Horrocks has heard stories of men “calling” wild crocodiles out of the river and a crocodile shaman who can swim and ride on the back of a giant crocodile without being eaten. Roger Horrocks/ NHU AFRICA 8
  9. 9. Pompey's Pillar, Montana, USA: All species of rattlesnake have the same distinctive feature - the rattle at the end of their tail. The rattling noise occurs when the hollow and bony segments of the tail knock together. NGS Image Collection / Chris Johns 9
  10. 10. Africa: Close up of wildebeest crossing river, mid river, large splash of water.Africa: Close up of wildebeest crossing river, mid river, large splash of water. 10
  11. 11. Salt River Flats, Arizona, USA: Of the 2,000 species of scorpion in the world, only 30 to 40 have venom powerful enough to kill a human. NGS Image Collection / Paul Zahl 11
  12. 12. Africa: Individual zebra amongst wildebeest 12
  13. 13. Brisbane, Australia: The box jellyfish's venom is considered to be among the most deadly in the word. 13
  14. 14. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA: A tiger laps up the milk he spilled on his paw at TIGERS (The Institute for GreatlyMyrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA: A tiger laps up the milk he spilled on his paw at TIGERS (The Institute for Greatly Endangered & Rare Species). This image is from Super Cats.Endangered & Rare Species). This image is from Super Cats. 14
  15. 15. Admiralty Island, Alaska, USA: Tyler Johnson & Brent Sass paddling part of the journey. l Alaska.Brian Catalina Entertainment, LLC 15
  16. 16. Lake Manyara, Tanzania: A baboon looks towards the sky. Baboons eat more meat than anyLake Manyara, Tanzania: A baboon looks towards the sky. Baboons eat more meat than any other wild primate.other wild primate. 16
  17. 17. Africa: REENACTMENT: Evans Nemasango (played by Nigel Asante) and Paul Templer (played by Matthew Raymond) paddle the kayaks with other passengers (played by extras). 17
  18. 18. Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda: Banded mongooses are highly social animals that live inQueen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda: Banded mongooses are highly social animals that live in groups of up to 70 individuals.groups of up to 70 individuals. 18
  19. 19. South Africa: Silhouette of a shark in a cave. 19
  20. 20. Laguna Madre, Texas, USA: A reddish egret wading with a fish in its beak. / Katie Cleary 20
  21. 21. South Africa: MCU ragged tooth, in a dark cave, lit by a camera's flash. 21
  22. 22. Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda: A marabou stork searches for food. Marabou storks are a serious threat to banded mongoose pups./Jonathan Betz 22
  23. 23. Africa: REENACTMENT: An elephant runs across the game reserve. 23
  24. 24. Darién Province, Panama: Hidden on top of a 150 ft platform, Neil Rettig waits with his camera for harpy eagle parents to return to the nest with food. 24
  25. 25. Ottawa, Canada: A wood frog looks on (Rana sylvatica) 25
  26. 26. Darién Province, Panama: A harpy eagle mother delicately feeds her chick a piece of meat from a freshly killed sloth. / Kike Arnal 26
  27. 27. Jigokudani Monkey Park, Nagano, Japan: Japanese Macaque - snow monkey (Macaca fuscata). 27
  28. 28. Africa: Roger Horrocks has heard stories of men “calling” wild crocodiles out of the river and a crocodile shaman who can swim and ride on the back of a giant crocodile without being eaten. Roger Horrocks/ NHU AFRICA 28
  29. 29. USA: Shere Khan the tiger and Baloo the black bear 29
  30. 30. Queensland, Australia: Fringed jumping sider camouflaged against the rock (Portia fimbriata). 30
  31. 31. Ranthambore, Rajasthan, India: A male Bengal tiger scratches his claws against a tree trunk. National Geographic Television/John Cullum 31
  32. 32. THE END Source: 國家地理頻道 National Geographic Channel (Taiwan) 32

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