By AN Jay on April 24, 2010

Stunningly Captured Moments You May Have Never Seen Before (National Geographic Special)

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The National Geographic is working for creating awareness about caring natural resources and the planet, and has been very successful so far. In this post, we have gathered some stunning photographs from The National Geographic Website to pay a tribute to The National Geographic and the photographers who are working very hard and doing a great job. In this post you will notice the beauty of nature, culture and the natural resources.

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Polar Bears Playing by Sandra Donlon

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Swan on the River Avon by Jason Wickens

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Tobe, Sudan by Jason Carrier

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Barracuda, Bismarck Sea by David Doubilet

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Demsa Dancer, India by Kieron Nelson

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Yellow-Billed Hornbill, South Africa by Daniel Born

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Mahout Bathing an Elephant, India by Mohit Midha

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Kolmanskop, Namibia by Chris Gray

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Birds Fighting, Rondeau Provincial Park, Canada by Martin Lukasiewicz

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Koi Feeding, Texas by Randy Heisch

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Grizzly Bear Cubs by Oliver Klink

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Chicago City Lights by Jim Richardson

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Elephant Seal Pups, South Georgia Island by Yva Momatiuk and John Eastcott

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Stallions Fighting, South Dakota by Melissa Farlow

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Porcupine Mountains Waterfall, Michigan by Gowtham Shankara

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Humpback Whales in Sunlit Water, Tahiti by Jody MacDonald

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Atlantic Walrus, Canada by Paul Nicklen

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Emperor Penguin Chicks, Antarctica by Frank Kazukaitis

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Smith’s Green-Eyed Gecko by Anke Seidlitz

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Hippo Pool, Tanzania by Andrew Kaplan

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Manta Rays, Hanifaru Bay, Maldives by Thomas Peshak

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Black Skimmer by Mario Goren

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Chimp Call by Ian Nichols

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Lion, South Africa by Barbara Motter

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Horse’s Eye by Natalka Lindstrom

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Pink Orchid by Gunhild Andersen

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Saltwater Crocodile by Yeang Chng

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Male Blue Morpho Butterfly by Cary Wolinsky

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Polar Bear, Svalbard by Paul Nicklen

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Beautiful Friendship By David Doubilet

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Bathing Parrot by Cesar Badilla, My Shot

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Two Blue Herons by Jack Levy

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Frogs by Joerg Biebrach

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Lowland Gorillas, Bronx Zoo by Richard Conde

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Red Foxes, Delaware by Sean Crane

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Grazing Bison, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma by George F. Mobley

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Comments

Beautiful!!

Love em !

This is amazing, thanks for sharing!!!

Supeerrr !!! Good News :)

great photographs.

thank you.

These are really sweet. I am lovin it.

Wonderful. It takes you in the world of serenity…

Great to see my photo here with other awesome captures !

Wonderful photos, what a skill to be able to capture moments like that.
I have National Geographic since before the war! Missing only one or two copies; maybe they were not printed at that moment in time.
My problem is I am heading towards 60; and wonder if the time will come that I just might sit back in a comfortable chair, and read them.
The outlook does not look very promising just now. :(
Thank you for sharing these, they have made my day.

Were the Manta rays feeding in a group formation?
It is a wonderful photo and the peace down there must have been magic.

Wonderful. It takes you in the world of serenity

Well I think National Geographic is so rich in content. Amazing Pictures from National geographic TV Programs especially the Polar Bears Picture

really by seeing these pictures not only i smiled but also my heart smiled really one of the beautifull pictures i have seen in my life.

Great collections
i like Green-Eyed Gecko, looks like planet or something

That’s really incredible and Unbelievable !!

Swan Picture is awsome

Thank you so much for sharing that wonderful post…

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