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Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners

Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Nature and wildlife lovers around the world can now exhibit the stunning photography they’ve captured during expeditions through the 2016 Nature Photographer of the Year contest. The National Geographic Society funds hundreds of research projects and education initiatives around the world each year, and through November 4 2016 the non-profit organization is giving everyone a chance to showcase awe-inspiring visuals of the world, while also helping to inspire others to explore and conserve the planet.

Above photo: Hunting for Fish by Eric Esterle, 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
A mature bald eagle drags the tail of a fish across the surface of the water after picking it up out of the Susquehanna river. It was late in the day when the sun was setting casting an orange hue over the water.

Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Daybreak at Monument Valley by Lidija Kamansky
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Let's Picnic by QIAN WANG
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Priceless by Alison Langevad
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Battle of the Titans by S. Dere,
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Bear Hug by Aaron Baggenstos
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
The Eye of the Gator by Nancy Elwood
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Beauty Beyond Disaster by Li Liu,
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Jellyfish by T. King,Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Bull Race by Yh Lee
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
fjaðárgljúfur by Alejandro S.
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Swamp Raccoon by Kim Aikawa,
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
The Best Spot on the Savannah by Natashia B.
Wildlife Breathtaking Photography of the Year 2016 National Geographic Winners
Silence and the Desert by Virginia Zoli, 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
A breathtaking view of Valle de La Luna from Piedra del Coyote, San Pedro de Atacama, north of Chile.


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