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The Winners Of The Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2019 Competition

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Published on December 17th, 2019

People keep thinking on how to become a wildlife photographer as they are fascinated with the natural beauty of this world. Natural History’s Museum Wildlife Photographer of the year contest has been announced.

Their Lumix people’s choice award has some 25 brilliant entries and they are just stunning. Organizers checked on some 48000 entries to finally shortlist these top 25 out of which is going to emerge one winner which would be displayed at London’s Natural History Museum till May 31, 2020.

Let us have a look at these awesome pictures and wait to see who becomes a wildlife photographer of the year 2019.

1. German Photographer Stefan Christmann found this lovey-dovey penguin couple gazing at what he thought was an egg. It was revealed as a piece of snow and maybe they were practicing egg transfer.

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2. British Photographer aptly captures the plight of this Orangutan who has to perform for money and you can visibly see the pain he exudes.

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3. What a majestic bird? This is Auden Rikardsen captured this amazing picture of a prey bird and it took him many days to get the perfect click.

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4. When a man falls in love with an animal the result is something like this. A ranger at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya spending some time with an orphaned rhino.

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5. Yes that are two mice and they have been clicked when they fight for a piece of crumb and one gets to grab it.

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6. Mother flamingo feeding her 5-day old chick is an absolute delight to watch.

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7. Clement Mawangi in a quest to be the wildlife photographer of the year picks up this subject as it soaks in the sun lazing at life’s little pleasures.

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8. The Giant Panda is trapped and his anguish is what the photographer is trying to capture here.

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9. A mother jaguar and her cub are most interestingly toying with the anaconda wondering what to do of it.

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10. A scene from Hohe Tauren National park the Marmots looks like habitual posers.

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11. Cubs playing with their mother polar bear is an endearing picture of motherhood.

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12. Spot the reindeer in this mesmerizing blanket of white and maybe you are lucky indeed.

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13. This Pallas’cat was out hunting in freezing temperatures of -42 degrees and that is when the photographer got lucky.

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14. The entire penguin colony captured together is a rare sight but maybe the photographer got lucky.

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15. These beautiful birds seem to have a conversation of their own.

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16. As dawn comes this Egret comes out of hiding and the result is this click.

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17. Even bear cubs imitate their elders as this picture aptly portrays.

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18. Watching the long-haired Jerboa is a sight that is too rare to imagine.

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19. This Puma had got used to the presence of the wildlife photographer and hence the look.

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20. Even these Kestrels give a gift to their loved ones and this sign of affection proves just that.

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21. A huge school of red tooth triggerfish has been stunningly shot and they do not even know.

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22. The Male humpback calf having some fun diving while his mother watches.

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23. This Labiated Rainfrog has just been captured off the record with its prey.

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24. A group of humpback whales trying bubble net feeding.

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25. The salps thrive by contracting and here it’s clicked in the most outrageous fashion.

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