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Substance and style complement each other in our gallery of the winners of the BBC Wildlife camera-trap competition – captivating images depicting endangered armadillos, territorial cats and hungry ferret-badgers.
Now in its fifth year, our art competition showcases a breathtaking array of images of animals both familiar and vanishingly rare.
The winning images in this year’s BBC Wildlife camera-trap competition – of hungry cats, pugnacious bears and curious chinchillas – show why a picture isn’t always just a picture.
From a leaping red squirrel to a spotted bowerbird display, here are some of the editor's favourite images from the third BBC Wildlife camera-trap photo competition.
Now in its fourth year, our art competition has welcomed more brilliant work from talented artists spreading their wings to create spectacular images of the world's wildlife.
From a daring jackal punching above its weight to mischievous monkeys and rare panthers, here are the images that came out top in the second BBC Wildlife camera-trap photo competition.
From a frolicking giraffe to curious trumpeters, here are some of the Editor's favourite images from the second BBC Wildlife camera-trap photo competition.
These extraordinary images of a fearless black-backed jackal running rings around a male lion, taken by Ken Stratford of the Ongava Research Centre in Namibia, emerged as a worthy winner of our second Camera-trap Photo of the Year competition.
Two internationally acclaimed wildlife artists, John Gale and Chris Rose, survived a hurricane to highlight the plight of albatrosses threatened with global extinction.
Our inaugural camera-trap photo competition welcomed entries from around the world. They included captivating portraits, rare behaviour and astonishing new discoveries. Editor Sophie Stafford picks the best of the rest...