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The tree-hugging tiger and 9 other award-winning wildlife photos

National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Image: Sergey Gorshkov

Victoria Masterson

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National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Sergey Gorshkov
The embrace by Sergey Gorshkov, Russia. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Sergey Gorshkov
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National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Andrés Luis Dominguez Blanco
Perfect balance by Andrés Luis Dominguez Blanco, Spain. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Andrés Luis Dominguez Blanco
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Sam Sloss
A mean mouthful by Sam Sloss, Italy/USA. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Sam Sloss
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020
The fox that got the goose by Liina Heikkinen, Finland. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Liina Heikkinen
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020
A tale of two wasps by Frank Deschandol, France. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Frank Deschandol
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Gabriel Eisenband
Out of the blue by Gabriel Eisenband, Colombia. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Gabriel Eisenband
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Songda Cai
The golden moment by Songda Cai, China. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Songda Cai
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Luciano Gaudenzio
Etna's river of fire by Luciano Gaudenzio, Italy. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Luciano Gaudenzio
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020 Kirsten Luce
Show Business by Kirsten Luce, USA. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Kirsten Luce
National History Museum wildlife photographer of the year 2020
The Last Bite by Ripan Biswas, India. Image: Wildlife Photographer of the Year/Ripan Biswas
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