National Geographic just released their ‘Best Photos of 2019’ a daunting task given the thousands of photos they receive each year.

Here are a few of our favorites:

Clay, Daniel, and Enzo, three of 39 tigers rescued from an animal park in Oklahoma, gather at a pool at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado. These cats will live out their lives here, with proper nutrition and vet care. PHOTOGRAPH BY STEVE WINTER.

An orphaned giraffe nuzzles a caregiver at Sarara Camp in northern Kenya. Samburu cattle herders found the abandoned calf and alerted Sarara—known for raising orphaned mammals and returning them to their habitat. The young giraffe now lives with a wild herd. PHOTOGRAPH BY AMI VITALE.

Children nap at a kindergarten in Mongolia’s Bayanzurkh District. Each room is equipped with an air purifier, in an attempt to lower the level of indoor air pollution.

PHOTOGRAPH BY MATTHIEU PALEY

 

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