Culture & Arts
David Lloyd won the contest’s LUMIX People’s Choice Award with his heartwarming photo called “Bond of Brothers.”
See cape buffaloes stampeding across Kenya, emperor penguins gathering in Antarctica and monarch butterflies resting in Mexico.
These images will blow you away.
Leopards and bongos and hogs, oh my.
The pelican managed to break free when the whale opened its jaws again. Cummings, of Blue Ocean Whale Watch, reported that
We showed you 10 beautiful nature photos from the beginning of the contest in September; here are ten more of our favorites
Photo and caption by colin mackenzie, National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest "Arctic Hi five." Two Polar bear cubs full of
Or even these fine creatures in Laos Don't you just hate it when you're trying to take in the amazing scenery of New Zealand
So, take a moment to marvel at some of the exception diversity our planet holds, and remember, as Captain Planet used to
The census is conducted every three years, during both a wet and a dry season, to monitor the region's wildlife population
"Cutest. Stampede. Ever," wrote one commenter. Perhaps that's why the image had collected nearly three-quarters of a million
There must be something that gives British photographers the magic touch, because really, these images from last year's British
While conventional wisdom leads to believe us that it's the "bleeding-heart liberals" who have nature's back, nature does
Although coyotes have been in Golden Gate Park since 2007, the Huffington Post reported last April that the animals were
In Arizona, a male pit bull refused to leave the side of a female pit bull for 14 hours. The dog, who reportedly appeared
This week our photos come from Galápagos, the Amazon, Antarctica, New Zealand, Costa Rica and Baja California.
Nature photographer Heinrich van den Berg captures animals at their most dramatic moments with these stunning black and white