The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : The Year's Best Wildlife Photos Reveal A Super-Chill Monkey, A Rare Siberian Tiger, And An Ant Clinging To A Beetle's Leg The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : The Year's Best Wildlife Photos Reveal A Super-Chill Monkey, A Rare Siberian Tiger, And An Ant Clinging To A Beetle's Leg

Sunday, October 25, 2020

The Year's Best Wildlife Photos Reveal A Super-Chill Monkey, A Rare Siberian Tiger, And An Ant Clinging To A Beetle's Leg


  • The London Natural History Museum's annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition awards photographers who highlight the fragility of Earth's wildlife. 
  • This year, the contest drew over 49,000 entries from photographers in 25 countries.
  • The winning images, announced this week, show a serene proboscis monkey, an iridescent squid, and a clownfish with a parasite for a tongue.
Sergey Gorshkov was determined to find a Siberian tiger. He knew it wouldn't be easy. The species is known to live only in sections of Russia and China and was hunted almost to extinction in the 20th century. In the wild, only about 540 of the tigers remain, and they're spread across vast territories.

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