A collection of 25 stunning wildlife images has been released in the race for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award.
Images include an elephant in South Africa holding its young, a baby anteater riding on the back of a female in Brazil, and an orangutan trying to keep its excited baby in its nest in Indonesia.
Others show the wet breath of the arctic fox in the cool air of Svalbard and the golden pheasant playing on a tree trunk in China.
Art lovers can vote for their favorite image Online And the winner will be announced in February.
Visitors can also view the masterpieces near the Natural History Museum in London.
French biologist Laurent Ballesta was chosen as the winner of this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year after submitting his “enigmatic image” creations.
Spectacular shot captures a camouflage group peeking out from a milky cloud of their eggs and sperm in Fakarva, French Polynesia.
This year marks the 57th exhibition with a record number of presentations that depict nature under pressure.
The breathtaking images show images of natural life swimming in a raging river with the return of a lynx under the pressure of cheetahs and a striking ecological disaster.