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Amit Eshel's image was named "highly commended" in the Endangered Planet category of the 2019 Travel Photographer of the Year Competition.

A cougar hugging its mother made for one of the best travel photos of the year

Taken in Torres del Paine National Park, the photo begs the question: Have you hugged your mom lately?
Fly Geyser in Gerlach, Nevada.

20 stunning photos of places in the US you didn’t know existed

As more popular vacation spots are being taken over by tourists, try getting off the beaten path and visiting these lesser-known places.
Crowds in the French Quarter of New Orleans for Mardi Gras.

24 destinations in North America that were ruined by tourists over the past decade

From Niagara Falls and a staircase in New York, to a pig-filled Bahamas beach, some destinations are being loved to death.

24 destinations in North America that were ruined by tourists over the past decade

From Niagara Falls and a staircase in New York, to a pig-filled Bahamas beach, some destinations are being loved to death.
Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Services (WIRES) volunteer and carer Tracy Dodd holds a kangaroo with burnt feet pads after being rescued from bushfires in Australia's Blue Mountains area, December 30, 2019.

Heartbreaking photos show animals impacted by Australia’s bushfires

As the bushfires in Australia continue to rage, they are taking a toll on animals as well as humans.
Can you find the spider in the sand?

Can you spot the camouflaged animals in these photos?

Chameleons aren't the only animals that can blend in with their surroundings. These creatures are also masters of disguise. Can you spot them?
Picture perfect.

35 of the most beautiful natural wonders around the world

From Hawaii's Na Pali Coast to the Verdon Gorge in southeastern France, there are incredible places all over the planet.
Two mice fighting on a London Underground train platform.

Mice brawling in a London tube station made for one of the best wildlife photos of the year

People can vote on the photo as part of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year's People's Choice Award.
Roots and vines have completely taken over the old buildings.

Take a look around an eerie, abandoned island that was once used as a prison hundreds of miles off the coast of India

Ross Island is one of more than 500 islands off the coast of India. Today, its crumbling buildings are almost entirely covered in roots and vines.
"Why did the sloth cross the road?" by Andrew Whitworth.

A sloth crossing the road and monkeys munching on McDonald’s are some of the year’s best nature photos

Prize-winning pictures show animals and humans are a lot alike — and the animal kingdom never ceases to amaze.