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The Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards have revealed the final 42 images for its 2021 competition. This year, photos were chosen from 7,000 plus entries from all across the world. Above, a dragonfly looks like it's laughing into the camera.
Image Credit: Axel Bocker/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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The images were taken from across the globe. Above, an Indian Tiger at Jim Corbett National Park, India.
Image Credit: Siddhant Agarwal/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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The awards were founded in 2015 by photographers Paul Joynson-Hicks and Tom Sullam, who wanted to promote wildlife conservation through humour. Above, green tree frog, Tangerang, Jakarta.
Image Credit: Dikky Oesin/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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The winners of the 2021 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards will be announced at an awards ceremony on October 22, 2021. Above, a monkey riding a giraffe, Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda.
Image Credit: Dirk-Jan Steehouwer/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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This raccoon is known for trying to get into houses in France.
Image Credit: Nicolas de Vaulx/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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Two kangaroos fighting in Perth, Western Australia.
Image Credit: Lea Scaddan/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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These raccoon cubs in Kassel, Germany, look like they are telling each other secrets.
Image Credit: Jan Piecha/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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Gophers goofing around in Hungary.
Image Credit: Roland Kranitz/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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A pigeon in Oban Argyll, UK. The photographer was snapping images of pigeons in flight when this leaf landed on the bird's face.
Image Credit: John Spiers/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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A pied starling photographed at the Rietvlei Nature Reserve in South Africa, seemed to be in a bad mood.
Image Credit: Andrew Mayes/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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This young Kodiak brown bear made itself a bed in the sand before lying down and appearing to smile for the camera.
Image Credit: Wenona Suydam/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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A polar bear cub photo bombs a tender moment between its mom and a sibling in North Alaska.
Image Credit: Cheryl Strahl/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021
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A gosling peeks from behind the leg of a bench in Lee Valley Park, London, UK.
Image Credit: Charlie Page/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2021