Wildlife & Nature Photography

Aye-aye extracting beetle grubs from wood.

Find out why one of Earth’s strangest creatures has evolved a woodpecker-like lifestyle. 

‘Early sunbathing small tortoiseshell butterfly’ by Rowans Primary School

Children from 10 Hertfordshire schools have been photographing wildlife on their doorsteps. 

Langurs outside of a troop regularly test the dominant male

Why the sacred status of these monkeys allows them to flourish in and around Jodhpur, India. Photos by Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers. 

European brown bear, Finland

16-year-old wildlife photographer Kyle Moore reveals how he captured this amazing shot. 

Honourable Mention in the Animals category: Conner Haines

Be inspired by a selection of amazing wildlife images taken using iPhones and share your best smartphone pics. 

Plastic models will test the level of aggression in lizards.

Gabriele de Filippo has photographed a study that assesses the colours and behaviour of Mediterranean lizards. 

'Bright Eyes' (hare) by David Fieldhouse (Classic View Winner)

Bright Eyes by David Fieldhouse won the Classic View category of Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014. Here David reveals how he captured this mesmerising image.

Murmuration in the Storm by Andrew Forsyth, United Kingdom

Wildlife Photographer of Year 2014 finalist Andrew Forsyth explains how he captured this winning shot.

Sand tiger shark on the wreck of the Aeolus, North Carolina, USA.

How sunken ships create incredibly rich environments for marine life. 

Local people are taught how to survey amphibians.

Find out why researchers are studying and swabbing amphibians in Nyungwe Forest National Park, Rwanda. 

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