56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The 56th year the competition has been held, this exhibition features the winners and finalists from the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Selected from more 49,000 images shot by photographers across 86 countries, the competition is produced by the Natural History Museum, London.

The Perfect Catch. © Hannah Vijayan, Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
The Perfect Catch. © Hannah Vijayan, Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

This year, the exhibition features themed panels curated with expert scientists. Through the comparison and contrast of images, these panels reveal important and surprising stories about our relationship with the world in which we live. The works reflect the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.

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The Current of Life © Laurent Ballesta.
The Current of Life. © Laurent Ballesta.
Late Delivery. © Catherine Dobbins d'Alessio.
Late Delivery. © Catherine Dobbins d'Alessio.
Jelly Nanny. © Songda Cai.
Jelly Nanny. © Songda Cai.
Treetop Douc. © Arshdeep Singh.
Treetop Douc. © Arshdeep Singh.

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