The public is invited to vote for their favorite image in the People’s Choice Award in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year. For the first time, the public can vote for their favorite using interactive screens located inside the newly designed Wildlife Photographer of the Year flagship exhibition at the Natural History Museum, London.
From a pair of red foxes sharing an intimate nuzzle, to a polar bear cub basking in a sea of flowers, 25 incredible images have been shortlisted that spotlight important stories of nature from across the globe. Photographs were chosen from 38,575 entries across 93 countries and include a portrait of a characterful pregnant pygmy seahorse by Nicholas More, and Michał Michlewicz’s story revealing the impact of domesticated cats on local wildlife.
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