We could all use a good laugh and, as usual, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is a great way to see how funny animals truly are. A look at the 2020 finalists is an incredible cross-section of wildlife from around the world and a dive into the light and humor these animals possess. From a clumsy elephant calf to a greedy Atlantic puffin, each animal displays its own unique brand of funny.
For the fifth year, conservation charity Birds on the Brink has hosted the Bird Photographer of the Year competition.
British photographer Tim Flach is known for his striking portraits, which feature different animals treated with the same care as...
For the last 27 years, renowned reptile and amphibian photographer Matthijs Kuijpers has been traveling the world to immortalize the rarest and most bizarre species on Earth. The colorful, and often endangered, animals are strikingly beautiful and Kuijpers captures their unique characteristics through his incredible animal portraits. Cold Instinct is the culmination of a lifetime of work, with Kuijpers pushing himself to extremes to take his photographs.
Naturalist and photographer Atif Saeed risked the wrath of a lion to capture this spectacular shot of the big cat...
German photographer Wolf Ademeit captures expressive portraits of zoo animals. Rather than focusing on wildlife in their naturally beautiful habitats, Ademeit finds charm and personality in the colorful facial expressions of his subjects alone. The series, known simply as ANIMALS, presents a number of monochromatic portraits that get in close and isolate each model against a black backdrop, forcing the viewer to take in the majestic beasts' faces, fur, and demeanor.