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Whale Shark, Yucatán Peninsula.

Whale Shark, Yucatán Peninsula Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic A whale shark, biggest of fishes, hangs out with small fry off the northern tip of the Yucatán Peninsula.

A male cheetah assumes a lookout pose in a fig tree in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. Photograph by Frans Lanting,

A male cheetah assumes a lookout pose in a fig tree in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. His prospects are sobering. Shy and aloof by nature, requiring vast spaces to live and hunt, the planet’s fastest sprinters are in a race for their very survival.

The progeny, a solitary chick amidst the adult great crested terns, taken from a prone position with a wide-angle lens at a breeding site on a Sri Lankan island in northwestern seas.

Tern Chick, Sri Lanka Photograph by Lalith Ekanayake The progeny, a solitary chick amidst the adult great crested terns, taken from a prone position with a wide-angle lens at a breeding site on a Sri Lankan island in northwestern seas.