The best photos of National Geographic for October 2012
• The best photos of National Geographic in October 2012
Fox moth, Kamchatka.
Fox - is not the most rare animal in Russia. But one of its many forms, fox moth, yet poorly understood
Cave Window Stephen, USA
The cave Steven window can be accessed in two ways: to go down the slope to the right, or work out with a rope, using the well on the left.
Bear caught a salmon in Kuril Lake. Gluttons, bears whole companies come here to eat delicious fish.
On top of the Zugspitze, Germany
Swiss tightrope walker Freddy Knox completes its passage through the rope at the top of the Zugspitze. Photographers witnessed its success.
Avriskalp (Auriscalpium vulgare)
Avriskalp bit like a cone. This fungus "needle" - the bodies that contain spores - protrude downward.
Kamchatka sable population - the most eastern and sable on the Kamchatka Peninsula - one of the largest.
King penguin and skua
They agreed beak to beak: King penguin and skua, gathered to escape with the victim chick
The swan family
A pair of swans warily watching the stranger who had invaded their territory. Nest, arranged from moss, reeds and grass, can be used in the next year.
The Caribbean flamingo Red or Caribbean flamingos - the brightest representative of the family. Its name derives from the distorted Spanish "Flamenco" - the name of the dance
Off the coast of Spitsbergen inverted wave chip ice takes in the sea. Melting ice threatens the wealth of wildlife of the archipelago
A week after shooting a bear protecting her cubs from the aggressive male, died with offspring
Male hornbills (pictured - view Buceros rhinoceros) bricked female in a hollow at the time of incubating eggs and feeding through a small hole.
Waterfall Bamboo boom
Falling jet, filled to the brim with one lake, poured into another, forming waterfalls. Waterfall Bamboo boom reaches seven meters in height and 150 - in width.
The garden at the height
In Vancouver, the chef of one of the hotels on the roof collects the harvest. The owners estimate that the high-altitude garden brings fruits, vegetables, herbs and honey for about 16 thousand dollars a year.
Dog and vole
To capture a dog looking at a red vole, the photographer took a few days.
Mustang, remote area of Nepal: the scientists and climbers are on the trail above the river Kali Gandaki
Northern Gannet Northern gannets - caring parents and quarrelsome neighbors are touchingly clumsy on land and graceful in the water. They - unsurpassed master of deepwater fishing
Soaring Penguin demonstrates why he needs acceleration: sometimes you need to rise above the two-meter wall of the iceberg, just to get out of the water
Pacific Coast, Peru
Strong southern winds undulating form whimsical dunes on the beach in the central part of Peru
The family of cheetahs, Tanzania
Young mother, which the researchers have named Etta, guarded 12-week-old pups, himself between a brawl. Studies have shown that the majority of kittens a few supermamy grown in Serengeti
A rain of petals, Italy
Rain apricot petals created a moment that the photographer William Albert Allard waited a few days
Long-eared jerboa - the most eared creatures on Earth. These ears make it possible firstly to dump excess heat, and secondly, of course, well hear
When the sun peeks spring after frost, blue tits have got five minutes until an icicle of birch sap is melted.