Male yawning while resting at the edge of a thermal pool.

Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers got a poolside view into the lives of Japanese macaques. 

‘Butterflies with Guns’, Mexico, 1995

Enjoy a selection of fantastic images from 100 Things That Caught My Eye – the book. 

Red kangaroos at waterhole by Theo Allofs, Germany.

Vote now for your favourite image in this new category of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 competition. 

Eight-day-old cubs curled up in nest.

Incredible photos of the fastest land mammal on Earth from A Future for Cheetahs

Black footed penguins being released after rehabilitation.

A Southern African charity is playing a vital role in saving seabird populations from pollution and starvation. 

Tree frog in a bromeliad, Brazil, South America.

Enjoy images of the most weird and wonderful amphibians on the planet. 

A bittern creeps through the reeds in search of a meal.

Oscar Dewhurst captures astonishing images of bitterns emerging from their reedbed habitat. 

Young girl being blessed by a temple elephant.

Photojournalist Annette Bonnier illustrates the complex relationship between Indian elephants and people. 

Morning Light in the Poplars, Herefordshire, by Steve Gray.

Admire breathtaking images of UK countryside. 

Mammals category second place: ‘Spieglein Spieglein’ by Radomir Jakubowski.

Be inspired by this showcase of the year's best wildlife photography by GDT members. 

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