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Splash Photo by Cami Senior -- National Geographic Your Shot

Tiger splashing in the water, titled, Splash, Photo by Cami Senior -- National…

Let sleeping cats lie, but eat the flies Photo by Kristi O. -- National Geographic Your Shot

Let sleeping cats lie, but eat the flies Photo by Kristi O. -- National Geographic Your Shot

I love sunsets and birds  Photo by Jess C. -- National Geographic Your Shot

Jess C. posted this picture to National Geographic's Your Shot photo community.

Fly away Photo by Mike  Harterink — National Geographic Your Shot

Flying Gurnard::Any marine fish of the family Triglidae, having an armored, spiny head and the front part of the pectoral fins modified for crawling on the sea bottom. Photo by Mike Harterink.

A lioness shows a young cub tenderness in the Ngorongoro crater which is seen in the background. The crater covers 264km and is one of the world’s largest volcanic calderas not filled with water. These lions have survived against all the odds after a flood in 1962 brought with it a biting fly that weakened the population and narrowed the genetic pool. However following huge conservation efforts from the Serengeti Lion Project working with the Maasai, the population seems to be recovering.

A lioness shows a cub tenderness in the Ngorongoro crater, seen in the background, part of the Serengeti National Park. Photo by Alex Blair

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