Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The winning images on the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition are set to go on show at London’s Natural History Museum.

Snake-eyes, by Marc Montes

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Snake-eyes, by Marc Montes

For the exhibition, 100 photographs are set to go on show, chosen from 42,000 entries from around the world.

Kaleidoscope, by Bernardo Cesare

Source: Bernardo Cesare

Kaleidoscope, by Bernardo Cesare

They include an image of a lone bat inside a destroyed World War Two bunker in Poland; a collection of cranes in Khichan, India; a snake spotted in a forest in northern Spain and a granulite rock from an Indian quarry.

The elegant crowd, by Jasper Does

Source: Jasper Does

The elegant crowd, by Jasper Does

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, and the winning images will be embarking on an international tour following the Natural History Museum exhibition.

Winter hang-out, by Lukasz Bozycki

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Winter hang-out, by Lukasz Bozycki

Wildlife Photographer of Year is at the Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7, from 24 October 2014-30 August 2015.

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