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The Most Stunning Visions of Earth

See phenomenal photos of the world’s wonders from the March 2017 issue of National Geographic magazine.

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Like mushrooms sprouting in soil, wooden poles capped with ice poke free of the sea at an old port in Tallinn. Lit by the rising sun, these remnants of a dock on the Paljassaare Peninsula are visible due to an unusually low tide.


This story appears in the March 2017 issue of National Geographic magazine.
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A drifting jellyfish plays host to a small constellation of brittle stars. Scientists aren’t sure why the two invertebrate species sometimes unite. The salad-bowl-size jelly may offer the stars food, protection, or transportation.


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On a misty morning in London’s Richmond Park, a red deer stag bellows during mating season. From September to November, mature males roar and thrash the brush with their antlers to attract females, aka hinds, and to intimidate rivals.


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