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Wallpaper - From "A Monkey That Knows No Bounds", National Geographic

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© 2010 Stefano Unterthiner


National Geographic photo of the day (25th August 2011) and a free wallpaper for you! From "A Monkey That Knows No Bounds", National Geographic, August 2011.

 

India’s leaping langurs can be holy, helpful, or even pesky.

 

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Wallpaper - From "Swan Serenade", National Geographic

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© 2010 Stefano Unterthiner


From "Swan Serenade", National Geographic, December 2010.

 

With its eight-foot wingspan, the whooper is a jumbo jet in the avian fleet of waterfowl. By turns angelic in flight and stately in tucked-in repose, it is elegance on the wing—a bird to inspire flights of fancy.

 

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Wallpaper - From "The nights of the bear"

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© 2009 Stefano Unterthiner


From our latest book, "The nights of the bear" (Ylaios, 2009). Click here to download the image.

 

   

Wallpaper - From "Every bird a king", National Geographic

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© 2007 Stefano Unterthiner


From "Every bird a king", National Geographic, September 2009.

 

A feeding party streams back to shore after several days at sea. Their orange markings, long, slender bills, and hefty, three-foot-long bodies distinguish them as king penguins. With bellies full of small fish, they will regurgitate a portion for waiting chicks.

 

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Wallpaper - From "Every bird a king", National Geographic

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© 2006 Stefano Unterthiner

 

From "Every bird a king", National Geographic, September 2009


As sure as moonrise over Possession Island, king penguins gather each year for "ecstatic display." Puffing their chests, lifting their heads, and belting out calls, birds of both sexes advertise themselves. Before long, pairs form and join a crowd, and breeding season is on.

 

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