Pro Photo Galleries

A macaque gazes up from its perch on a garage wall in Polonnaruwa.
Wildlife photographer Barney Wilczak got to know the toque macaques that live among the ancient temples of Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka, and his images capture every aspect of their cheeky spirit and behaviour - from foraging for food to social grooming and playing. 
Emperor penguins photograph taken by Doug Allan
Doug Allan is one of the top wildlife photographers and film-makers to work in the polar regions. This fantastic gallery of images, taken from his new book Freeze Frame, showcases the diversity of polar wildlife, along with some of his behind-the-scenes techniques. 
Lion eye, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Innovative wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas strapped cameras to two reinforced remote control buggies and set off to Kenya's Masai Mara. His plan was to use them to get fantastic close-up shots of lions - and it worked. 
A three metre-long American alligator guards Alachua Sink, Florida
Spellbinding pictures by wildlife photographer Mac Stone capture the enigmatic beauty of America's swamps - important wetlands that are home to alligators, snakes and egrets.  
© Richard Symonds
Two acclaimed British wildlife artists join forces to mount a unique exhibition of pencil drawings and sculptures of moon bears and other Asian wildlife at the Menier Gallery, London, 25-28 April.
Orphaned baby orangutans photo gallery by CS Ling and Ethan Lim
Wildlife photographers CS Ling and Ethan Lim meet the orphaned baby orangutan living, playing and growing up under the tender care of BOSF (Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation) Nyaru Menteng, an orangutan rehabilitation and reintroduction centre in Kalimantan, Borneo. 
Night in the Valley of Giants: Kljuchevskay sopka erupts in 2010.
Denis Budkov has spent many years as a tour guide and photographer of Russia's volcanic 'ring of fire', Kamchatka. His incredible photos show the region's power and beauty from all angles. 
A bleaching anemone with a true clownfish in Flores, Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
Wildlife photographer Jürgen Freund spent 18 months documenting the colourful sea life of the Coral Triangle and conservation efforts to protect it.
© Jenny E Ross/World Press Photos
From a hungry polar bear scaling a precipitous cliff to a poached rhino and the vast shark fin markets of Taiwan, the winning Nature photographs from the 2012 World Press Photo competition offer a fascinating look at the natural world and our relationship with it.
This lion cub is one of the approximate 400 Asiatic lions thats lives in the Gir
India's Gir Forest, in Gujarat, is the last refuge of the 400 Asiatic lions left in the wild. Wildlife photographer Uri Golman was able to spend some time with them and captured some stunning photos of their secret lives.
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