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50 Powerful Photos Capture Extraordinary Moments In The Wild

50 Powerful Photos Capture Extraordinary Moments In The Wild
These amazing photos show animals in a way that you’ve never seen them before. Each image serves as a reminder that we share the planet with some truly awe-inspiring creatures. John Chaney / National Geographic Ian Schofield / National Geographic Goat kids playing at 14,000 feet Simon Chandra / National Geographic

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