2016 оны National Geographic сэтгүүлийн хамгийн шилдэг 52 зураг

National Geographic сэтгүүлийн 107 үйл явдалд хамрагдах 2,290,225 зургаас шалгаран үлдсэн 91 зургаас хамгийн шилдэг 52 зургийг түүвэрлэн хүргэж байна.

Оросын Москва хотын нэгэн байшингийн дээврийн ирмэг дээр 24 настай адал явдал, эрсдэлтэй зүйлсэд өөрийгөө соригч Кирилл Вселенский хэмээх залуугийн зургийг Дима Балашов авч байгаа нь. 

Энэ зураг анхлан 2016 оны 12-р сард тус сэтгүүлд гарсан "Why Many Young Russians See a Hero in Putin" буюу "Яагаад орос залуус Путинийг баатар хэмээн үздэг вэ" нийтлэлд орсон байна.  

Америкийн Небраска мужийн Платт голоос үлдсэн шалбааг дээр цугларсан 413,000 тогоруу цахилгаан цахих гэрэлд харагдаж буй байдал. 

Тус сэтгүүлийн 2016 оны 8-р сарын дугаарт гарсан "What Happens to the U.S. Midwest When the Water's Gone?" /АНУ-ын Баруун хэсэгт усгүй болбол яах вэ?/ нийтлэлийн зураг 

Шумбагч Бахамын арлын ойролцоох Атлантийн далайд бар аварга загасыг ажиглаж байна. Энэ зураг уншигчдын бодож байгаа шиг тийм ч аюултай нөхцөл байдал биш гэнэ. Учир нь бар аварга загас хажуудаа ойрхон байгаа зүйлд хал балгүй, харин гэнэт гарч ирсэн идэш хоолыг хөөж барьж идэх сонирхолтой байдаг гэнэ. Нэг үгээр хэлбэл адал явдалтай, өөрийгөө сорьж хоолоо олж идэх дуртай гэнэ. 

2016 оны 7-р сарын "He Went Face-to-Face With Tiger Sharks" /Бар аварга загастай нүүр тулсан нь/ нийтлэлийн зураг 

Хятадын Волонг Байгалийн Дархан цаазат газарт амьдарч буй 16 настай Ye Ye хэмээх аварга панда.

2016 оны 8-р сарын дугаарт гарсан "Pandas Get to Know Their Wild Side" /Панпанууд өөрсдийнхөө зэрлэг талыг нээж байна/ нийтлэлийн зураг 

Энэтхэгийн Сундарбанс нутгийн иргэдэд нүдний мэргэшсэн эмч нар линз зүүлгэн нүдний хараа шалгаж байгаа нь. Энэ нь Энэтхэгт тоолошдоод байгаа 8 сая гаруй хараагүй иргэдийн тоог бууруулах зорилготой юм.   

2016 оны 9-р сарын дугаар. "Why There’s New Hope About Ending Blindness" /Хараагүйдлийг бууруулах найдвар байж магадгүй/ нийтлэл

Илжгэн чихний амтанд орсон Борнийн орангутан 100 фийт өндөрт авирчээ. Нас биенд хүрсэн эр орангутан 200 фунтийн жинтэй байдаг бөгөөд модонд авирдаг хамгийн хүнд амьтанаар нэрлэгддэг. 

2016 оны 12-р сарын дугаар. "Inside the Private Lives of Orangutans" /Орангутаны амьдрал/

Перу улсын Ёомибато голд мацигенка охин өөрийн тэжээдэг сармагчны хамт шумбаад гарч ирэв. 

2016 оны 6-р сарын дугаарт гарсан "This Park in Peru Is Nature ‘in Its Full Glory’—With Hunters" нийтлэлийн зураг

ISIS-ийн хөлд сүйрч, цусанд будагдсан Иракийн Рамади хотын балгасанд амьдарч буй дүрвэгчийн гэр бүл. 

2016 оны 10-р сарын дугаарын "Surviving the Fall of Isis" нийтлэлийн зураг.

Yellowstone Үндэсний хүрээлэнд баавгай олширчээ. Идшээ харамлан хэрээнүүд рүү архирч буй баавгай. 

2016 оны 5-р сар. "Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone

Грекийн Athena Pronaia түүхийн дурсгалт газар бүрэнхий нөмөрлөө. Яг ийм цагаар эртний грекчүүд тэнгэрт өргөл өргөдөг байсан байх. 

"How the Greeks Changed the Idea of the Afterlife," in July 2016.

A baby African white-bellied tree pangolin hitches a ride on its mother at Pangolin Conservation, a nonprofit organization in St. Augustine, Florida.

This photo was originally published in "Documenting the World’s Animals, One Picture at a Time," in April 2016.


Цэвэр усны хомсдолд орсон АНУ-ын Мичиган мужийн Флинт хотод ах дүү Julie, Antonio, India Abram нар өдрийнхөө нормтой усыг Гал командын газраас аваад явж байгаа нь

"Intimate Portraits of Flint Show Frustration, Fear, Perseverance," in February 2016.

Нарнаас өөрсдийгөө хамгаалж буй яст мэлхийнүүд. Хэрэв тэд өөрийгөө ингэж хамгаалахгүй бол хуяган дотроо шарагдах болно. 

"Cave-Dwelling Giant Tortoises Are a Big Surprise," in February 2016.

Yellowstone Үндэсний хүрээлэнгийн ойролцоо хийсэн ангийнхаа мах болон эврийг уламжлалт маягаар луусанд ачсан нь. Энэ газар зөвхөн 2014 онд л гэхэд 72,000 гаруй анчин иржээ.

"How Ranching and Hunting Shape Protections for Bison and Elk," in May 2016.

Igor Voronkin surfaces at the Barentsburg coal mine on Spitsbergen, in Norway’s Svalbard archipelago. Like most of the 400 other miners, he’s from eastern Ukraine.

This photo was originally published in "In the Arctic’s Cold Rush, There Are No Easy Profits," in March 2016.

Photographs and paintings of sights such as this—the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone— inspired Congress to create the park in 1872. It was a revolutionary step.

This photo was originally published in "Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone," in May 2016.

Russia’s Bovanenkovo natural gas field, on the Yamal Peninsula, was deemed too expensive to develop until President Vladimir Putin made it a priority.

This photo was originally published in "In the Arctic’s Cold Rush, There Are No Easy Profits," in March 2016.

An American crocodile rises from a bed of turtle grass to return to the labyrinth of mangrove roots that offer near-impenetrable shelter.

This photo was originally published in "Cuba’s Underwater Jewels Are in Tourism’s Path," in November 2016.

The capital of Taiwan, Taipei comes to vibrant life when the sun goes down.

This photo was originally published in "Getaway Game: Taipei in 72 Hours," inNational Geographic Traveler.

The carcass of a bison that drowned in the Yellowstone River became a feast for this wolf and her two-year-old offspring.

This photo was originally published in "Yellowstone: Wild Heart of a Continent," in May 2016.

Becky Weed and her husband, David Tyler, raise sheep near Yellowstone National Park. They ranch with a guard dog to ward off coyotes, bears, and mountain lions.

This photo was originally published in "Yellowstone's Future Hangs on a Question: Who Owns the West?" in May 2016.

The colors of Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone come from thermophiles: microbes that thrive in scalding water.

This photo was originally published in "Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone," in May 2016.

Steven Donovan, flipping into a pool, took a seasonal job at Glacier National Park to sharpen his photography skills.

This photo was originally published in "Can the Selfie Generation Unplug and Get Into Parks?" in October 2016.

Kirk Odom was convicted of rape after an expert testified that a hair on the victim’s nightgown matched his. He spent years in prison before DNA tests proved his innocence.

This photo was originally published in "How Science Is Putting a New Face on Crime Solving," in July 2016.

In Alaska, a mother grizzly and her cubs cause a “bear jam” on Denali’s 92-mile-long Park Road, open to private vehicles only five days each summer.

This photo was originally published in "How Can 6 Million Acres at Denali Still Not Be Enough?" in February 2016.

Virunga Park rangers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo undergo military-style training, including ambush tactics, due to the constant threat from armed groups.

This photo was originally published in "Inside the Fight to Save One of the World’s Most Dangerous Parks," in July 2016.

To track changes in sea ice, the Norwegian research vessel Lance drifted along with it for five months in 2015, on a rare voyage from Arctic winter into spring.

This photo was originally published in "Extreme Research Shows How Arctic Ice Is Dwindling," in January 2016.

On a mountainside in Yosemite National Park, photographer Stephen Wilkes took 1,036 images over 26 hours to create this day-to-night composite.

This photo was originally published in "How National Parks Tell Our Story—and Show Who We Are," in January 2016.

 

A worker uses a mallet to dislodge frozen tuna aboard a Chinese cargo vessel docked at the city of General Santos, in the Philippines.

This photo was originally published in "One of the World's Biggest Fisheries Is on the Verge of Collapse," in August 2016.

A curiosity, a portent, a looming symbol of the impending change: This May, for the first time in nearly four decades, an American cruise ship sailed into Havana Bay.

This photo was originally published in "Here Comes a Wave of Change for Cuba," in November 2016.

These rhinos on a South African ranch have recently had their horns trimmed. Unlike elephant ivory, rhino horn grows back when cut properly. The rancher is stockpiling the horn in hopes that selling it will soon be legal.

This photo was originally published in "Special Investigation: Inside the Deadly Rhino Horn Trade," in October 2016.

On their first migration to their summer range in southeastern Yellowstone, three-week-old calves of the Cody elk herd follow their mothers up a 4,600-foot slope.

This photo was originally published in "The Yellowstone We Don't See: A Struggle of Life and Death," in May 2016.

Өмнөд Солонгосын Сөүл хотын худалдаачин Sungvin Hong хотын стресс ихтэй амьдралаас түр боловч холдож Bukhansan Үндэсний хүрээлэнд ууранд авирсны дараа амарч байгаа нь.

"This Is Your Brain on Nature," in January 2016.

Summer attracts sunbathers—clothed and otherwise—to the grassy banks of Munich’s Schwabinger Bach. The meadows here have been popular with nudists since the 1970s.

This photo was originally published in "How Urban Parks Are Bringing Nature Close to Home," in April 2016.

Indigenous people farm and hunt in Peru's Manú forest but only for their own subsistence. Spider monkeys are a favorite quarry—and also favorite pets.

This photo was originally published in "This Park in Peru Is Nature ‘in Its Full Glory’—With Hunters," in June 2016.

Алчуураар нүүрээ нуусан 3 курд эмэгтэй зургаа авахуулахыг хаж зогсоо охин. Эдний 2 нь дүрвэгсэдийн лагериас зугтаж амжилгүй хүчээр Исламын улсын дайчдын эхнэр болсон байна. 

"Kurds Fight to Preserve 'the Other Iraq,'" in March 2016.

A panda keeper in China uses a stuffed leopard to train young pandas to fear their biggest wild foe. A cub’s reactions help determine if the bear is ready to survive on its own.

This photo was originally published in "Pandas Get to Know Their Wild Side," in August 2016.

Isra Ali Saalad хэмээх энэ охин Сомали улсаас Шведэд ээж, хоёр эрчийнхээ хамт иржээ. 

"The New Europeans," in October 2016.

Lounging in inches of warm water, blacktip reef sharks wait for the tide to refill the lagoon at Seychelles’ Aldabra Atoll.

This photo was originally published in "In the Seychelles, Taking Aim at Nature’s Bullies," in March 2016.

Source: www.nationalgeographic.com

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      I wish we had some color... need some color. Your best shot does really help brighten the drab days here.But, I do have a wet vanietenl, that brightened my day, .

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