Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Highlight Rare Animals
Selected from over 49,000 entries globally, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition sees some of the most spectacular images of animals in their natural habitat. This year’s winner, Sergey Gorshkov, took the top honors with his image of a Siberian tigress hugging an ancient Manchurian fir tree.
Now in its 56th year, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year is London’s Natural History Museum’s showcase for the world’s best nature photography and is open to photographers of all ages. There are multiple categories ranging from age to specific subjects. The competition is title-sponsored by renewable energy company Ørsted and Leica.
Below is Gorshkov’s Grand Title winning image as well as Liina Heikkinen’s Young Grand Title winning image of a fox:
The embrace by…
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