National Geographic Photo Contest 12  Nature: Croc's Jaws

National Geographic Award Winning Pictures - cool photo of a gator, but REALLY creepy!

2012 National Geographic Photography Contest Winners - The Big Picture -

2012 National Geographic Photography Contest Winners

The Explosion! Winner of the 2012 National Geographic Photography Contest. "The subject’s name is Busaba, a well-cared-for Indochinese tigress, whose home is at Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Thailand." Photo by Ashley Vincent of Chonburi, Thailand.


Random Compilation of the Oddly Weird & Cool

Witold Rakowski, Grand National Geographic Photo Contest amateur winner, Snake peering from the water.

Incredible shark photo! From The #NationalGeographic Traveler Photo Contest. Captured by Thomas Pepper

White Sharks Can't Jump: The Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Black Rhinos at Sunset, Etosha National Park, Namibia

Black rhinos at sunset-Etosha National Park, Namibia Africa by Michael Sheridan

Ces photos étonnantes montrent les animaux comme vous ne les avez jamais vu auparavant. Chaque image est un rappel que nous partageons la planète avec des créatures vraiment impressionnantes. La voile d’une grenouille sous la pluie sur un voilier fait maison. Penkdix Palme Eko Adiyanto Un éléphant protège des charognards le corps d’un ami qui est tombé. …

50 photos puissantes saisissent des moments extraordinaires dans la nature

“Fly cap for a vine snake”. A fly lands on the head of a vine snake in the Choco of Colombia. (Photo and caption by Robin Moore/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

A bison in steam during winter, Yellowstone National Park

The world in all its natural glory: National Geographic celebrates 125 years with beautiful images from the four corners of the globe

Ghostly Bison in Steam During Winter, Yellowstone National Park Photographic Print by Norbert Rosing

Linprobable coup de Coeur

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The above image is an example of commensalism because the spider is benefitting by building a web between the giselle's horns while the giselle is not being harmed or benefitted.

Talk about adaptation! This impala from the Kruger National Park in South Africa is now a mobile home for a spider with the spider's web spun between the impala's two horns. Image by Frank Soloman.