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BEST OF 2011

Photo of the Day: Best of 2011

Best Wallpapers of 2011

Best Photo Tips: Landscapes
Mediterranean Photos
Travel Photo of the Week
Best News Photos of 2011
Japan's tsunami aftermath, an Area 51 spy plane, and an underwater sculpture park filled with "bodies" feature among the most viewed Nat Geo News photo galleries of 2011.
Best Space Photos >
Weirdest Life-Forms >
Top 10 Photographs >
Best of the World >
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Photo of the Day: Best of 2011
See the captivating images that caught our editors' attention this year.
Adventurers of the Year
Find out how these trailblazers are taking adventure to another level, then vote for your favorite.
Big Cat Week
Tune in to Nat Geo WILD next week for our biggest big cat event of the year.
Population: 7 Billion
See our compilation of the acclaimed, yearlong editorial series about global population.
The World's Largest Spider?
The goliath birdeater tarantula of South America is arguably the biggest spider in the world.
Do Chimps "Mourn"?
Are chimpanzees mourning the deaths of a nine-year-old male and infant?

Top Energy Stories

Ultimate Bucket List

Brain Games Interactive

Kids Photo Community

Extreme Photo of the Week

  There's a jungle inside Vietnam's mammoth cavern. A skyscraper could fit too. And the end is out of sight.

  A new generation of superclimbers is pushing the limits in Yosemite.

  Explore the dark web of tunnels that exist under the City of Lights.

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