Photographer of the Year for Wildlife in 2022

The prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, now in its 58th

year, has unveiled a preview of highly praised shots that have advanced to

the final round of the London Natural History Museum's exhibition of the

This first cut, which highlights wildlife photography and photojournalism as

an art form, challenges us to think about both our place in the natural world

and our responsibility to protect it. Some of the captivating entries included

in this first cut include an underwater wonderland, a disappearing giraffe, a

curious polar bear looking out the window, and a tree-frog pool party.

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