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Best Photos Of World Nature Photography Awards 2021 Winners

Best Photos Of World Nature Photography Awards 2021 Winners
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A female orangutan is prepared for surgery at the SOCP quarantine centre, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The gold winner in the nature photojournalism category. (Photo by Alain Schroeder/World Nature Photography Awards)

A female orangutan is prepared for surgery at the SOCP quarantine centre, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The gold winner in the nature photojournalism category. (Photo by Alain Schroeder/World Nature Photography Awards)

Bronze medal, Behaviour – Invertebrates, green huntsman spider (Micrommata virescens) and a vinegar fly (Drosophila melanogaster), Magnitogorsk, Russia, by Irina Petrova Adamatzky, UK. (Photo by Irina Petrova Adamatzky/World Nature Photography Awards)

Bronze medal, Behaviour – Invertebrates, green huntsman spider (Micrommata virescens) and a vinegar fly (Drosophila melanogaster), Magnitogorsk, Russia, by Irina Petrova Adamatzky, UK. (Photo by Irina Petrova Adamatzky/World Nature Photography Awards)

Silver medal, Nature Photojournalism: hotel sewage pipe, Maldives, by Alexej Sachov, Ukraine. (Photo by Alexej Sachov/World Nature Photography Awards)

Silver medal, Nature Photojournalism: hotel sewage pipe, Maldives, by Alexej Sachov, Ukraine. (Photo by Alexej Sachov/World Nature Photography Awards)

A landscape with trees in San Quirico d’orcia, Tuscany, Italy. The gold winner in the nature art category. (Photo by Federico Testicia/World Nature Photography Awards)

A landscape with trees in San Quirico d’orcia, Tuscany, Italy. The gold winner in the nature art category. (Photo by Federico Testicia/World Nature Photography Awards)

An ice cave in Lake Baikal, Russia. The gold winner in the people and nature category. (Photo by Sabrina Inderbitzi/World Nature Photography Awards)

An ice cave in Lake Baikal, Russia. The gold winner in the people and nature category. (Photo by Sabrina Inderbitzi/World Nature Photography Awards)

A Pacific tree frog on a flower at Outerbridge Park in Victoria, Canada. The gold winner in the behaviour – Amphibians and Reptiles category. (Photo by Shayne Kaye/World Nature Photography Awards)

A Pacific tree frog on a flower at Outerbridge Park in Victoria, Canada. The gold winner in the behaviour – Amphibians and Reptiles category. (Photo by Shayne Kaye/World Nature Photography Awards)

Snow-capped mountains on the South Island of New Zealand. The gold winner in the planet Earth’s landscapes and environments category. (Photo by Sam Wilson/World Nature Photography Awards)

Snow-capped mountains on the South Island of New Zealand. The gold winner in the planet Earth’s landscapes and environments category. (Photo by Sam Wilson/World Nature Photography Awards)

Silver medal, Animal Portraits: brown bear mother and her cubs, South Kamchatka Sanctuary, Russia, by Neelutpaul Barua, India. (Photo by Neelutpaul Barua/World Nature Photography Awards)

Silver medal, Animal Portraits: brown bear mother and her cubs, South Kamchatka Sanctuary, Russia, by Neelutpaul Barua, India. (Photo by Neelutpaul Barua/World Nature Photography Awards)

Red ants crossing in Indonesia. The gold winner in the behaviour – invertebrates category. (Photo by Chin Leong Teo/World Nature Photography Awards)

Red ants crossing in Indonesia. The gold winner in the behaviour – invertebrates category. (Photo by Chin Leong Teo/World Nature Photography Awards)

An Arctic fox walking through a snowstorm in Iceland. The gold winner in the black and white category. (Photo by Vince Burton/World Nature Photography Awards)

An Arctic fox walking through a snowstorm in Iceland. The gold winner in the black and white category. (Photo by Vince Burton/World Nature Photography Awards)

Three long-tailed macaques in Bali, Indonesia. The gold winner in the animal portraits category. (Photo by Tom Vierus/World Nature Photography Awards)

Three long-tailed macaques in Bali, Indonesia. The gold winner in the animal portraits category. (Photo by Tom Vierus/World Nature Photography Awards)

The abandoned house in Goa, India. The gold winner in the plants and fungi category. (Photo by Gautam Kamat Bambolkar/World Nature Photography Awards)

The abandoned house in Goa, India. The gold winner in the plants and fungi category. (Photo by Gautam Kamat Bambolkar/World Nature Photography Awards)

A orangutan in Borneo. The gold winner in the animals in their habitat category. (Photo by Thomas Vijayan/World Nature Photography Awards)

A orangutan in Borneo. The gold winner in the animals in their habitat category. (Photo by Thomas Vijayan/World Nature Photography Awards)

Humpback whale off New York City, the US. The gold winner in the urban wildlife category. (Photo by Matthijs Noome/World Nature Photography Awards)

Humpback whale off New York City, the US. The gold winner in the urban wildlife category. (Photo by Matthijs Noome/World Nature Photography Awards)

A vulture and fox feasting on wildebeest, Masai Mara, Kenya. The gold winner in behaviour – birds category. (Photo by Ashok Behera/World Nature Photography Awards)

A vulture and fox feasting on wildebeest, Masai Mara, Kenya. The gold winner in behaviour – birds category. (Photo by Ashok Behera/World Nature Photography Awards)

Bronze medal, Animal Portraits: female puma and her cubs, Patagonia, Chile, by Amit Eshel, Israel. (Photo by Amit Eshel/World Nature Photography Awards)

Bronze medal, Animal Portraits: female puma and her cubs, Patagonia, Chile, by Amit Eshel, Israel. (Photo by Amit Eshel/World Nature Photography Awards)

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