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Wrong side of the tracks: Elk between the tracks in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Photo and caption by Andrew Suryono / National Geographic 2015 Photo Contest

Here Are the Winning Photos of the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest

© Andrew Suryono National Geographic has just unveiled the winning photographs from the National Geographic Photo Contest one of the world's most famous photo contests, w

This is a locust swarm. They are grasshoppers, that have matured enough to grow wings, for food, flight and mainly to lay eggs over vast areas. They eat EVERYTHING in site that is a plant. Females have 2 "spike" areas at the back-end of their abdomen. They use these to dig holes and deposit eggs. Then, inches away, they repeat the process. They are high reproducers. Their flight can be seen from space as hordes take wing. When they sprout wings, then, they are called locusts.

Outnubered flock of Red-billed Queleas coming to drink at the same time with an African Elephant, East-Tsavo NP, Kenya (Antero Topp)

saw something similar a couple weeks go-- while in the hunting camps

saw something similar a couple weeks go-- while in the hunting camps

deer #stag #antlers

thedeerandtheoak: “freakinthefog: “ “I am the Hart King of these woods”, said he. The Heart King. When my hooves shake the ground in which the old roots sleep, the whole forest.

Banff National Park  copyright Jacqueline Auvigne

Banff National Park copyright Jacqueline Auvigne

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