The 16 ‘highly commended’ entries in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 Awards, run by the Natural History Museum in London, provide colourful — and sometimes shocking — proof of this.
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A large male gharial provides a raft for his offspring in the National Chambal Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh, northern India.
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The finalists feature everything from endangered species in Vietnam to out-of-control forest fires in Brazil.
A squirrel makes its escape from a pair of Ural owls in a forest on the Japanese island of Hokkaido.
Some are beautifully-captured vignettes of life in the animal kingdom, while others provide evidence of the devastating impact human beings are having on the earth.
A section of Mildred Lake Tar Mine in Northern Alberta, Canada — an area that used to be boreal forest.
A large wandering spider devouring the egg of a giant glass frog in Manduriacu Reserve, northwestern Ecuador.
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