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National Geographic’s photo of the day: 19th December

The prestigious and worldwide magazine “National” Geographic” shares, every day, an amazing photo that is simply astonishing.  They give us the opportunity to see a fantastic picture about culture, nature… the themes are different each day.

Interior Design Magazines” will share with you, daily, the National Geographic photo of the day.

19th December 2013

Afluter along the Iguazu 

Photograph by Daniel Pinheiro

“Large gatherings of butterflies are common alongside the Iguazu River on the Brazil-Argentina border. When the river flow gets lower, the rocky riverbanks become exposed, retaining water in small ponds very rich in salts. This attracts butterflies of several species, mainly of the Pieridae family. Butterflies absorb and concentrate the salts in their bodies, pumping out the excess water.”

(This photo and caption were submitted to the 2013 National Geographic Photo Contest.)

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