What Would You Shoot If You Were a Wildlife Photographer? (Photos)

    Winner: Wildlife Photographer of the Year (Image: Greg du Toit/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: The Eric Hosking Portfolio Award (Image: Connor Stefanison/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: The Eric Hosking Portfolio Award (Image: Connor Stefanison/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: Animals in Their Environment (Image: Paul Souders/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: Behaviour: Birds (Image: Isak Pretorius/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: Behaviour: Mammals (Image: Joe McDonald/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: Behaviour: Cold-blooded Animals (Image: Luis Javier Sandoval/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: Wildscapes (Image: Sergey Gorshkov/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)WINNER: Creative Visions (Image: Jasper Doest/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)Winner: Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year (Image: Udayan Rao Pawar/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013)

    The 2013 award-winning images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in this photo gallery might give you some ideas for entering next year’s competition.

    It’s too late to enter this year’s competition, because the winners will be unveiled on 21 October 2014. Stay tuned to see some amazing wildlife pics!

    The acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition premieres at London’s Natural History Museum each year and tours more than 60 cities in the U.K. and across the world. It showcases the award-winning images, and brings the talent and vision of each photographer closer to all who visit.

    Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.

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