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The best of the wildlife photography awards 2015 - in pictures

British Underwater Photographer of the Year and British Waters Wide Angle winner: Matt Doggett with ‘Gannets Feast’, Shetland Islands, UK Underwater Photographer of the Year 2015 winners – in pictures

Great Egret at sunset photograph by Tejas Soni - Animal / Wildlife photography.

Strange creatures of the sea… Well these are where my nightmares will be coming from for the next while. Why do these exist!

Strange creatures of the sea…

Deep-sea fish:Strange creatures of the sea… >>> imagine your just diving down there, and you turn around and then BAM! Hatchet fish in your face!

NORTH RONA, SCOTLAND - AUGUST, 2013: A puffin dives into the deep water, in August, 2013, on North Rona Island, Scotland.  A PUFFIN sits on a photographers  head as he prepares to take a picture - but the friendly bird is in fact a polystyrene replica. British photographers, Matt Doggett, 36 from Southampton, and Richard Shucksmith, 41, from the Shetland Islands, captured the birds in their natural habitat on the island of North Rona, off the coast of Scotland. And their patience and…

The week in wildlife – in pictures

A puffin dives into the deep water off of North Rona Island, Scotland, an entrant to the Underwater Photographer of the Year Awards 2015

Cranky boy

running-barefoot-thru-the-forest: “ Hare Portrait by by Peter Denness wins UK Wild Life Photography.

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014, Urban Wildlife Winner. The Tourist. Greylag Goose, London. England. Lee Acaster

Urban Wildlife winner Lee Acaster “The Tourist”, Greylag Goose, London, England.

Best Wildlife Photography Images and Nature Conservation Photos | Sanctuary Asia - The Voice of Wild India

Showcasing the best Wildlife Photography Images and Nature Conservation pictures of animals , trees , birds and insects.

37 Perfectly Timed Photos

'Just in Time for Basketball Season' by photographer John Dykstra. A white pelican with a catfish.

Look at that tail

The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens), also known as the betta. I've never seen a black betta before

Earth, Wild Animals, Animal Kingdom, World, The World

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