• The ice monster. Laurent Ballesta/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    The ice monster. Laurent Ballesta/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Giant gathering. Tony Wu/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Giant gathering. Tony Wu/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Saved by compassion. Adrian Steirn/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Saved by compassion. Adrian Steirn/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Polar pas de deux. Eilo Elvinger/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Polar pas de deux. Eilo Elvinger/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Stuck in. Ashleigh Scully/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Stuck in. Ashleigh Scully/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • The jellyfish jockey. Anthony Berberian/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    The jellyfish jockey. Anthony Berberian/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Saved by compassion. Adrian Steirn/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Saved by compassion. Adrian Steirn/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Contemplation. Peter Delaney/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Contemplation. Peter Delaney/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • The night raider. Marcio Cabral/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    The night raider. Marcio Cabral/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • Crab surprise. Justin Gilligan/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Crab surprise. Justin Gilligan/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
  • In the grip of the gulls. Ekaterina Bee/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    In the grip of the gulls. Ekaterina Bee/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the Natural History Museum’s annual showcase of the world's best nature photography and wildlife photojournalism.

Seen by millions all over the world, the awarded images shine a light on nature photography as an art form, whilst challenging us to address the big questions facing our planet.

The exhibition opened at London's Natural History Museum in October 2017 before touring across the UK and internationally. The exhibition will be open at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney in April. Click here for more info.

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