Superb Wildlife Photography Returns To London

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 19 months ago

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Superb Wildlife Photography Returns To London
An inquisitive fox has a quick peek over a garden wall. Copyright Sam Hobson.

We absolutely love the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, held at Natural History Museum.

We go every year and are constantly impressed by the high standards and breathtaking imagery. We've given it the full five stars for the last two years.

There will undoubtedly be photographers who've gone to extreme lengths to get that perfect shot and commentary on the impact of humanity's often destructive relationship with nature. Our expectations are understandable high for this year, and here's a taster of what to expect:

One set of fish seems to have disappeared as they use colour-changing camouflage to disguise themselves. Copyright Iago Leonardo.
This hornbill tosses termites in the air before swallowing them. Copyright Willem Kruger.
Hot lava bursts from the volcano Kilauea in Hawaii. Copyright Alexandre Hec.
An orca and a fishing boat both vie for the same catch in this brilliantly-captured split level photograph. Copyright Audun Rikardsen.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 will be at the Natural History Museum from 21 October 2016-10 September 2017. Tickets are already on sale.

Last Updated 22 September 2016