Honor Roll, 2: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 Winners

By David Schonauer   Friday October 18, 2019

Life can be scary—especially if you’re a marmot whose just seen a fox in close proximity. A photo of just such a scene, taken by Yongqing Bao of China, has been named the grand prize winner of the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. Judges of the contest, which comes from Natural History Museum, London, called the photo a “powerful frame of both humour and horror, it captures the drama and intensity of nature.” More than 48,000 entries were submitted to the contest this year from 100 countries around the world.

Read the whole story at Wildlife Photographer of the Year.


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