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The best photos of National Geographic in 2019

The best photos of National Geographic for 2019 show stunning images from around the world.

The best photos of National Geographic in 2019

«Mona Lisa» by Leonardo da Vinci. Clean the dust. (Photo PAOLO WOODS AND GABRIELE GALIMBERTI):

"Mona Lisa" by Leonardo

Wolves in the Canadian Arctic, exploring the remains of a musk ox. (Photo RONAN DONOVAN):

Wolves in the Canadian Arctic, exploring the remains of a musk ox

Three tigers in the reserve of wild animals in Kinesburge, Colorado. (Photo by STEVE WINTER):

Three tiger reserve wildlife Kinesburge, Colorado

Yosemite Valley — the world famous picturesque valley of glacial origin in the Sierra Nevada (California, USA). The centerpiece of Yosemite National Park, which attracts tourists from all over the world. (Photo JIMMY CHIN):

Yosemite valley

Girl with alpaca in a village in Peru. (Photo by ROBERT CLARK):

Girl with alpaca in a village in Peru

Dolphins, California. (Photo SPENCER LOWELL):

Dolphins, California

Local therapy with fire in Chengdu, China. (Photo FRITZ HOFFMANN):

Local therapy with fire in Chengdu, China

sunflower field in a refugee camp in Uganda Bidibidi. (Photo NORA LOREK):

sunflower field Bidibidi refugee camp in Uganda

Crocodile resting in the Mozambique National Park. (Photo CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES):

Crocodile resting in the Mozambique National Park

Collection of mandarin. (Photo AITOR LARA):

collection of mandarin

Release into the wild of confiscated from smugglers songbirds. (Photo KARINE AIGNER):

Release into the wild of confiscated from smugglers songbirds

Rat from the underground New York. (Photo CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES):

Rat from the underground New York

The deer cave Borneo live over two million bats. (Photo CARSTEN PETER):

The deer cave Borneo live over two million bats

Marines must be able to carry each other in case of need. Workout in the state of North Carolina. (Photo LYNSEY ADDARIO):

Marines

Curious pup harp:

Curious harp pup

Pangolin is looking for ants or termites for breakfast at a rehabilitation center in Zimbabwe. (Photo BRENT STIRTON):

Pangolin is looking for ants or termites for breakfast

Once or twice a month during the rainy season in Costa Rica, tens of thousands of Ridley sea turtles come ashore and lay their eggs. (Photo: THOMAS P. PESCHAK):

thousands of sea turtles Ridley

With the cubs in the pool. (Photo by STEVE WINTER):

With the cubs in the pool

Gorongosa National Park and poultry. (Photo CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES):

Gorongosa National Park and bird

An orphaned giraffe in northern Kenya. (Photo AMI VITALE):

An orphaned giraffe in northern Kenya

Camouflage fighters against poachers in Zimbabwe. (Photo BRENT STIRTON):

Camouflage fighters against poachers

Rangers say goodbye to the last northern white rhinoceros. This subspecies is considered «endangered (possibly extinct in the wild).» (Photo AMI VITALE):

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Elephant in the Gorongosa National Park is located in the southern part of the Great Rift Valley. (Photo CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES):

Elephant in the Gorongosa National Park

Canadian soldiers climb to the wreckage of the plane, about a thousand miles south of the North Pole. (Photo LOUIE PALU):

Canadian soldiers

Nigerians hard work in the mine. (Photo by PASCAL MAITRE):

Nigerians hard work in the mine

Salar Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. (Photo CÉDRIC GERBEHAYE):

Salar Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

Lions in a remote area of ​​the delta area of ​​the Zambezi. (Photo AMI VITALE):

Lions in a remote area of ​​the delta area ZAMBEZI

Rat tango. (Photo CHARLIE HAMILTON JAMES):

rat tango