WILD YOUNG ORANGUTAN & GIBBON PLAYING TOGETHER!  Both of the primates are 5 year old, this type of play is crucial to both of their development. Photo by Tom Lloyd.

WILD YOUNG ORANGUTAN & GIBBON PLAYING TOGETHER! Both of the primates are 5 year old, this type of play is crucial to both of their development. Photo by Tom Lloyd.

A male Sumatran orangutan challenges a rival by baring his teeth and shaking branches. Now recognized as a distinct species, Sumatran orangutans number around 14,000 in the wild. PHOTOGRAPH BY TIM LAMAN, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

A male Sumatran orangutan challenges a rival by baring his teeth and shaking branches. Now recognized as a distinct species, Sumatran orangutans number around 14,000 in the wild. PHOTOGRAPH BY TIM LAMAN, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

MONKEY GIBBON by Chantal Cecchetti

MONKEY GIBBON by Chantal Cecchetti

Ganador del Gran Premio.

Las fotos ganadoras del ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016’

The Orangutan project in  Borneo where orphaned and injured Orangutans are rescued, rehabilitated and returned to the wild Photo taken by © Robert Marc Lehmann

The Orangutan project in Borneo where orphaned and injured Orangutans are rescued, rehabilitated and returned to the wild Photo taken by © Robert Marc Lehmann

PRISM OF LIGHT Rainbows are a testament to the fallen rain and in this case it was still in the distance at Mara Plains.

PRISM OF LIGHT Rainbows are a testament to the fallen rain and in this case it was still in the distance at Mara Plains.

Incredible Elephant! From the  G+ collection called 'Wildlife by 'Meet South Africa' ~ The official Google+ page for South African Tourism

Incredible Elephant! From the G+ collection called 'Wildlife by 'Meet South Africa' ~ The official Google+ page for South African Tourism

Taken by Paul Nicklen a National Geographic photographer, conservationist & explorer ~ “A black bear gives himself a good shake while waiting for salmon on a river in #BritishColumbia.  A bear’s fur is very thick and when wet it adds a lot of…”

Taken by Paul Nicklen a National Geographic photographer, conservationist & explorer ~ “A black bear gives himself a good shake while waiting for salmon on a river in #BritishColumbia. A bear’s fur is very thick and when wet it adds a lot of…”

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