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Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest is here

One hundred images were selected from more than 50,000 contest entries from 92 countries around the world

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest is produced and developed by Natural History Museum, London and every year one hundred images are selected from more than 50,000.

Is good to know that two of the photos were taken by kids between the ages of 11 and 14. The winners will be announced October 17.

This year’s exhibition, showcasing the fifty-third year of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, will open on 20 October. Click here for a full portofolio.

It’s time to browse some photos!

“Resplendent delivery” by Tyohar Kastiel, Israel. Finalist: Behaviour (birds).

“Saguaro twist” by Jack Dykinga, USA. Finalist: Plants and Fungi.

“Bear hug” by Ashleigh Scully, USA. Finalist: Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 11-14 Years.

“Winter pause” by Mats Andersson, Sweden. Finalist: Black and White.

“Romance among the angels” by Andrey Narchuk, Russia. Finalist: Behaviour (invertebrates).

“Sewage surfer” by Justin Hofman, USA. Finalist: The Wildlife Photojournalist Award (single image).

“Bold eagle” by Klaus Nigge, Germany. Finalist: Animal Portraits.

“Glimpse of a lynx” by Laura Albiac Vilas, Spain. Finalist: Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 11-14 Years.

“The power of the matriarch” by David Lloyd, New Zealand/UK. Finalist: Animal Portraits.

“The insiders” by Qing Lin, China. Finalist: Under Water.

“Swim gym” by Laurent Ballesta, France. Finalist: Behaviour (mammals).

“Saved but caged” by Steve Winter, USA. Finalist: The Wildlife Photojournalist Award (single image).

“Arctic treasure” by Sergey Gorshkov, Russia. Finalist: Animal Portraits.

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