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Want to be crowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020? Submit your entry by 11.30am (GMT) on Thursday 12 December 2019 to be in with a chance to win. #WPY56 

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Photographer Florian Schulz has spent years documenting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—an expanse in Alaska's northeast corner where northern lights dance, and no roads lead in or out

'Spreading inside the weevil while it was alive, the parasitic fungus had taken control of its muscles and compelled it to climb...' #MondayMotivation  More from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest:

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We's like to support solo traveller, wildlife photographer & guide Sergey Karpukhin, who dedicated 20 years to exploring Yakutia & is now gathering funds for his photo book. Sergey was the first in the world to picture Ulakhan-Sis mountain ridge

-Knock, knock. -Who’s there? Oh, let me have a look, no let me, let me… A Japanesewildlife photographer in Tokyo captured adorable moments when a group of squirrels squeezed out of their wooden nest.

This is the overall winner of the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. The image, titled “Grab life by the...”, was snapped by wildlife photographerSarah Skinner. #9News 

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This is the overall winner of the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. The image, titled “Grab life by the...”, was snapped by wildlife photographerSarah Skinner. #9News 

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Eduardo Del Álamo's 'If Penguins Could Fly' is a real breath-catcher from the Wildlife Photographer of the year contest... @NHM_WPY 

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This is the overall winner of the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards! The image, titled “Grab life by the...”, was snapped by wildlife photographerSarah Skinner. #9News 

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This is the overall winner of the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. The image, titled “Grab life by the...”, was snapped by wildlife photographerSarah Skinner. #9News 

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Wildlife photographer captures adorable moment when a river otter decided to slide down a snowy hill at Yellowstone.

This photo of a fox surprising a marmot has earned Yongqing Bao the top prize in the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

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A marmot stands frozen in fear, slack-jawed and balanced on one foot, as it suddenly notices a charging fox. The dramatic image, captured by photographer Yongqing Bao, has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.

Wildlife photographer captures adorable moment when a river otter decided to slide down a snowy hill at Yellowstone.

An image of a shocked marmot and a charging fox has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award

These are the winners of the @nhm_wpy  2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Which one is your favorite? #WPY55 

An image of a shocked marmot and a charging fox has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award

A marmot stands frozen in fear, slack-jawed and balanced on one foot, as it suddenly notices a charging fox. The dramatic image, captured by photographer Yongqing Bao, has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.

Wildlife photographer was shooting in Yellowstone when a bison ran by his vehicle in full stride (H/T )

How does this make you feel? Wildlife photographer Justin Hofman found this little guy in Indonesian waters:

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