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Life Along The Polluted River- A boy plays with balloons by Buriganga River as smoke emits from a dump yard during sunset in Dhaka, Bangladesh. (Photo and caption by Andrew Biraj/National Geographic Photo Contest)

Honorable Mention Nature: Indian Rhino, Canadian Winter- An Indian rhinoceros, far from home and stuck inside with late-winter blues at the Toronto zoo.

The Ice Bear- A polar bear peers up from beneath the melting sea ice on Hudson Bay as the setting midnight sun glows red from the smoke of distant fires during a record-breaking spell of hot weather. The Manitoba population of polar bears, the southernmost in the world, is particularly threatened by a warming climate and reduced sea ice.

(Jeremy Jackson/Caters News)

Jeremy Jackson/Caters News)

(Jeremy Jackson/Caters News)

David LaChapelle, Gas BP, 2013, chromogenic print, 50 x 79 inches, 127 x 200.7 cm, edition of 3. Image courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery. (David LaChapelle)

David LaChapelle, Gas 76, 2013, chromogenic print, 50 x 66 3/4 inches, 127 x 169.5 cm, edition of 3. Image courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery. (David LaChapelle)

David LaChapelle, Land Scape Green Fields, 2013, chromogenic print, 72 x 74 5/8 inches 182.9 x 189.5 cm, edition of 3. Image courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery. (David LaChapelle)

David LaChapelle, Land Scape Kings Dominion, 2013, chromogenic print, 72 x 96 inches, 182.9 x 243.8 cm, edition of 3. Image courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery.

David LaChapelle, Land Scape Riverside, 2013, chromogenic print, 72 x 93 3/8 inches, 182.9 x 237.2 cm, edition of 3. Image courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery

An anti-government protester using a DirecTV receptor as shield walks among teargas during a riot in Caracas

College students employed as uniformed “pushers” cram commuters into railroad passenger cars in Tokyo.

Japanese girls of the Schochiku dancing troupe rehearse one of their new numbers in the “natsu-no-odori” summer dance scene which they performed at the Kokusai Theater in Tokyo on July 11, 1958.

Japanese children press close to view an “outer world” space exhibit in a Tokyo department store on August 19, 1958. There they saw a rocket which landed on the surface of the moon, strange looking people of the moon walking around, and even a satellite going around the moon.