Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015

Finalist, Amphibians & Reptiles

Komodo Judo by Andrey Gudkov

Two large male Komodo dragons hissing angrily at each other in Indonesia’s Komodo national park. Komodo dragons can grow up to 8ft.

Finalist, Photojournalism award: single image

Gorilla care by Marcus Westberg

Ndeze, a nine-year-old orphan mountain gorilla, watches with concern as veterinarians check the health of her female companion, 12-year-old Maisha, in the Senkwekwe centre at Virunga national park, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Finalist, Photojournalism award: single image

The shark surfer by Thomas P Peschak

Many sharks are found at Aliwal Shoal near Durban, South Africa, making it the perfect place to test a prototype surfboard with an electromagnetic shark deterrent

Finalist, Land

Jagged peace by Floris van Breugel

A small bird ( Gaucho Serrano) contemplates the enormity of Fitz Roy, in Patagonia, in Argentina’s Los Glaciares national park – a world heritage site – that boasts the largest ice mantle outside Antarctica, with numerous glaciers, lakes and towering mountains. Mount Fitz Roy is the highest, rising a jagged 3,375 metres (11,000 feet) above sea level

Finalist, Birds

Great egret awakening by Zsolt Kudich

When the River Danube flooded into Hungary’s Gemenc forest, more than a thousand great egrets flocked to the lake to feed on the stranded amphibians, fish and invertebrates

Finalist, 10 Years and Under

To drink or not by Carlos Perez Naval (Spain)

A California ground squirrel is fended off from a water dish by a gull on the beach at Morro Bay in California

Finalist, Mammals

Snow hare by Rosamund Macfarlane

A hare gets its pelt coated in snow in the Scottish Cairngorms, Scotland

Finalist, Urban Wildlife

Stork art by Francisco Mingorance

White storks nesting on a sculpture outside the Vostell-Malpartida Museum near Cáceres in Spain

Finalist, Underwater

It came from the deep by Fabien Michenet

A juvenile octopus, measuring about 2cm across, swims in the deep water off the coast of Tahiti, French Polynesia. Its transparent body reveals internal organs and chromatophores (colourchanging cells) on its tentacles

Finalist, Black & White

Natural frame by Morkel Erasmus

Elephants, zebras and giraffes at a waterhole in Namibia’s Etosha national park

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  • Komodo Judo
  • Gorilla care
  • The shark surfer
  • Jagged peace
  • Great egret awakening
  • To drink or not
  • Snow hare
  • Stork art
  • It came from the deep
  • Natural frame

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