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摄影图片:大白鲨     
Photograph by Brian J. Skerry
大白鲨像是鱼雷攻击手成形,它们有强大有力的尾部,而能够快速推进它们自己通过水域达到每小时24公里。
Great white sharks are torpedo-shaped with powerful tails that can propel them through the water at up to 15 miles (24 kilometers) per hour.

 


摄影图片:鱼群 塞舌尔
Photograph by David Doubilet

游一些很小的鱼群游过水中的一组珊瑚虫暗礁,在塞舌尔周围。超过90%的海产物,习惯栖息在潜水区围绕地球的大陆
A school of tiny fish swims past a brain coral formation in the waters around the Seychelles. More than 90 percent of all marine life inhabits in the shallow waters surrounding the Earth’s landmasses.

 


摄影图片:法国属的玻利尼西亚多岛群岛,季节性东北冷风吹袭,浪拍海岸,1997.
Photograph by Jodi Cobb

花边样的激浪包围珊瑚虫暗礁,好像发出Bora-Bora的声音,一个远古沉没的火山距离法属玻利尼西亚多岛群岛西北165英里(266公里)。被白糖海滩环绕,一个铁蓝色的泻湖,一些洁净的水在行星上,还有数百种热带鱼。不要惊讶,它是世界顶级潜水者的好去处。
Breaking Surf, Bora-Bora, French Polynesia, 1997
Lacy breakers lap the coral reef that rings Bora-Bora, an ancient sunken volcano 165 miles (266 kilometers) northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia’s Society Islands. Surrounded by sugar-white beaches, an electric-blue lagoon, and some of the clearest water on the planet, Bora-Bora is home to hundreds of species of tropical fish. Not surprisingly, it’s one of the world’s top spots for divers.
(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, “French Polynesia: Charting a New Course,” June 1997, National Geographic magazine)

 


摄影图片:一把滑翔伞投射的阴影在非洲中西部国家――尼日尔的(Tenere)沙漠
Photograph by National Geographic magazine

它是一个位于撒哈拉沙漠的南部中心的沙漠,合计达到十五万平方英里(四十万平方公里),(Tenere)沙漠是非洲最为可怕的地方之一。酷热环境、满是灰尘的、干燥的热风越过极为干燥的沙漠,在那里每年的降雨量大约是一英寸(25毫米)。
A paraglider casts a shadow over the dunes of Niger’s Ténéré desert. A south-central tract of the Sahara, the 150,000-square-mile (400,000-square-kilometer) Ténéré is one of Africa’s most forbidding regions. Hot, dusty harmattan winds blow across the bone-dry desert, which receives an annual rainfall of about 1 inch (25 millimeters).
(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, “Journey to the Heart of the Sahara,” March 1999, National Geographic magazine)

 


摄影图片:复活节岛 Easter Island, 1979
Photograph by Gordon Gahan

1979 巨石雕像竖立在耶稣复活节岛的石斜坡面,最早的探险家认为石雕像是本土玻利维亚人们崇拜神灵而作,但是一位船长厨师和其他人,在1774年推测是为了尊敬他们的祖先。这一景观持续到今天。
Giant stone moai stand on Easter Island’s stony slopes. Earlier explorers believed the stone statues were worshipped as gods by native Polynesians, but Captain James Cook and his men speculated in 1774 that they were constructed to honor ancestors, a view still held by many today. (Text adapted from and photograph from the National Geographic book Voyages to Paradise: Exploring in the Wake of Captain Cook, 1981)

 

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