The best photos from National Geographic July 2010.

King Penguins

Photograph by David Schultz , My Shot

Strikingly colored, an adult king penguin stands out in a sea of chicks on South Georgia Island.

(This photo was submitted to My Shot.)

Baboon, Bronx Zoo

Frog, New Guinea

Photograph by Tim Laman, National Geographic

Hylarana aurata, found in the Foja Mountains of New Guinea, one of the remotest and most difficult to reach places on Earth.

Lion’s Mane Jellyfish

Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

A lion's mane jellyfish nestled in a kelp frond.

Cheetahs, Kenya

Photograph by Mauro Mozzarelli, My Shot

Most wild cheetahs are found in eastern and southwestern Africa. Perhaps only 12,000 of these big cats remain, and those are under pressure as the wide-open grasslands they favor are disappearing at the hands of human settlers.

(This photo was submitted to My Shot.)

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The best photos July 2010.

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Maria Susana Diaz

I like nature, cooking and photography. In my travels between Argentina and Italy I prefer witness through photography environment, natural and gastronomic riches.

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