International Photo Contest: Today’s Pic

Only a few weeks remain in National Geographic magazine’s International Photo Contest, so we asked our friends across the courtyard to share some of the favorite images that they’ve received so far. One of the standouts was this surly lemur, taken by Sandrine Vuillermoz in Madagascar. After attempting several pictures, Vuillermoz says the lemur began posing like a model, then turned and stuck out his tongue. “He tried to send me the message, it’s ok, now you can go, you’ve had your scoop!” Vuillermoz writes in his caption.

For more images, visit the weekly galleries on National Geographic Magazine’s site. The International Photo Contest ends October 31st, so submit your favorite images in the People, Places, and Nature categories now.

Photo: Sandrine Vuillermoz

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