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In Photos: Best of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Finalists 2021

08 Sep 2021

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The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is back and they've just announced the top 42 images of 2021 - and this year's finalists don't disappoint!

 

Here are a few of our favourite and funniest wildlife moments captured on camera. Winners will be announced on 22 October.

I guess Summer\

‘I guess Summer's over’ by John Spiers. A pigeon in oban argyll, UK.

Shhh! I\ 

‘Shhh! I'm so hungover it hurts’ by Anita Ross. A burrowing owl in San Bernardino county, California.

Ouch! A golden silk monkey in Yunnan, China © Ken Jensen / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021 

‘Ouch!’ by Ken Jensen. A golden silk monkey in Yunnan, China.

The Majestic and Graceful Bald Eagle. A bald eagle in South west Florida, USA © David Eppley / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021

‘Majestic and Graceful Bald Eagle’ by David Eppley. A bald eagle in South west Florida, USA.

 

Laughing snake. A vine snake in India © Aditya Kshirsagar / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021 

‘Laughing snake’ by Aditya Kshirsagar. A vine snake in India.

Peek-a-boo. A brown bear in Hargita Mountains, Romania © Pal Marchhart / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021

‘Peek-a-boo’ by Pal Marchhart. A brown bear in Hargita Mountains, Romania.

 

Monday morning mood. A pied starling in Rietvlei, South Africa © Andrew Mayes / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021 

‘Monday morning mood’ by Andrew Mayes. A pied starling in Rietvlei, South Africa.

Sweet lips are for kissing! A boxfish in Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean © Philipp Stahr / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021

'Sweet lips are for kissing!’ by Philipp Stahr. A boxfish in Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean.

Chinese whispers. Racoons in Kassel, Germany © Jan Piecha / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021

‘Chinese whispers’ by Jan Piecha. Raccoons in Kassel, Germany.

 

Attitude!! A fan throated lizard in India © Aditya Kshirsagar / Comedy Wildlife Awards 2021 

‘Attitude!!' by Aditya Kshirsagar. A fan throated lizard in India.

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