30 Breathtaking Wallpapers from National Geographic

Wallpapers should be changed constantly to spice up your desktop and to get a fresh look on every boot-up. In today’s freebie, we will be sharing high resolution photography wallpapers from National Geographic site. All of the images feature animals that live in the wild. These images have a resolution size of 1600×1200 pixels making them fairly nice desktop wallpapers.

Here are the Breathtaking High-Resolution Desktop Wallpapers from National Geographic. Tell us your favorite wallpapers from the list, pick them up and feel free to download them. Enjoy!

Monarch Butterflies Mexico

Monarch Butterflies Mexico
Huge numbers of monarch butterflies migrate each year travelling thousands of miles to ancestral winter roosts in Mexico’s shrinking mountain fir forests.
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Jellyfish, Palau

Jellyfish, Palau
Each day, five million jellyfish are streaming eastward in the morning and westward in the afternoon, gliding across the surface of Palau’s Jellyfish Lake. During night time, they sink down 45 feet to absorb nutrient-rich bacteria.
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Shark, Kingman Reef Pod

Shark, Kingman Reef Pod
These gray reef sharks and red snappers hang around the corals waiting for prey fish to emerge.
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Moray Eel

Moray
This moray eel slithers through the branches of a soft coral in the deep and narrow waters of Suruga Bay.
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Peacock, Sarasota

Peacock, Sarasota
A peacock in the downtown of Sarasota, Florida.
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Black Sheep

Black Sheep
This photo is a flock of sheep with a single black sheep taking its position prominently in mid-front.
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Polar Bear Cubs Playing, Canada

Polar Bear Cubs Playing, Canada
These two polar bear cubs are playing close to the Tundra Buggy in Wapusk National Park in Canada.
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Rockhopper Penguins, Argentina

Rockhopper Penguins, Argentina
In Argentina’s Peninsula Valdes, large colonies of Rockhopper penguins gather to breed following months at sea. Each year, they return to the same breeding ground and to the same nest to seek out their previous year’s mate.
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Zebras, Botswana

Zebras, Botswana
One of the largest zebra migrations ( approximately 25,000 zebras ) takes place each year in Botswana. They cross from the Okavango Delta to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pan grasslands to the southeast part and stops at hundreds of water holes along the way, returning again westward to the Okavango Delta.
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White Pelicans, Mississippi

White Pelicans, Mississippi
At 30 pounds, white pelicans are among the largest flying birds that occur commonly throughout Africa on large areas of inland water but are uncommon on the coast. Their light weight and nine-foot (three-meter) wingspan enables them to fly at a very high altitude.
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Peacock, New Zealand

Peacock, New Zealand
This is a very cranky peacock from Kawau Island, New Zealand.
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Samburu Elephants, Kenya

Samburu Elephants, Kenya
This is a group of elephants on the move in Samburu National Park in Kenya. During the annual dry season, elephants in Africa migrate in search of water sources.
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Manta Ray, Maldives

Manta Ray, Maldives
Manta Rays can be found throughout tropical waters across the world. Each year, large concentration of manta rays are confined in the bays around the islands of the Maldives due to the plankton and tropical krill that are brought by lunar tides and Indian Ocean monsoon currents.
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Camel, Socotra Island

Camel, Socotra Island
This is a camel on white sand dunes on Socotra Island, Yemen.
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Northern Spotted Owl

Northern Spotted Owl
A northern spotted owl move in a sudden sweep toward a researcher’s lure in a young redwood forest.
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Sheep, Scotland

Sheep, Scotland
Flock of sheep from Iona’s green diverge down to the beach to graze or a mineral-rich seaweed.
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Snow Geese, New Mexico

Snow Geese, New Mexico
A large number of snow geese in New Mexico’s Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge fly along the Rio Grande.
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wildebeests, Kenya

Wildebeests, Kenya
The wildebeest migration involves up to 1.5 million wildebeests as well as hundreds of thousands of other animals, including zebra and gazelle and is considered to be one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on Earth.
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Cows, Netherlands

Cows, Netherlands
This herd of nosey cows lined up perfectly as if they were posing.
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Zebra, Tanzania

Zebra, Tanzania
This pregnant zebra came out of the dust created by the herd on his background.
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Cheetah, Botswana

Cheetah, Botswana
A cheetah standing in the grass at sunset.
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Walruses, Svalbard

Walruses, Svalbard
There are approximately 2,600 walruses in Svalbard. The external tusks are the walrus’s most distinctive feature.
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Leopard in Tree, Kenya

Leopard in Tree, Kenya
This photo of a young female leopard in a tree was taken in the Samburu region of Kenya.
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Flamingos, Yucatan Peninsula

Flamingos, Yucatan Peninsula
A flock of moving flamingos assumes a whimsical shape in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Mexican Free-Tailed Bats, Texas

Mexican Free-Tailed Bats, Texas
These millions of Mexican free-tailed bats spiral out of Eckert James River Bat Cave Preserve in Texas at dusk and are hungry for pests like corn earworm moths.
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Bighorn Sheep

Bighorn Sheep
Bighorn sheep react to a coyote in the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park.
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Timber Wolves

Timber Wolves
These timber wolves reveal their secret behaviors of showing their affection to each other.
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Grizzly Bear

grizzly bear
During summer, grizzly bears gather at prime fishing spots to eat salmon that are running upstream to spawn.
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Wood Frog

Wood Frog
The wood frog can tolerate the freezing of their heart, lungs, and brain during the winter season and thaws out and comes “back to life” during the spring season.
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Baboon, Bronx Zoo

Baboon, Bronx Zoo
A baboon sitting on the rock in the Bronx Zoo, New York.
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