1 /19 Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 winners - in pictures The moment by Yongqing Bao, China. The photo captures the eagle’s power as it comes in to land, talons outstretched, poised for a commanding view of its coastal realm. Here, the lens was so close that the diminutive arachnid seemed to have been able to see its reflection and raised its legs as a warning. "The Huddle" by Stefan Christmann, Germany — Winner 2019, Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio Award. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The competition brings a fresh angle to wildlife photographer, celebrating the amusing moments that keen nature photographers … Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 showcases stunning photos of the natural world . Infiltrating an ant colony can help a spider that wants to eat ants, or avoid being eaten by them or by predators that dislike ants. On holiday with his family in France, the young photographer was in the garden on a warm summer’s evening when he heard the humming coming from the fast-beating wings of a hummingbird hawkmoth, hovering in front of an autumn sage, siphoning up nectar with its long proboscis. This year saw 48,000 entries from 100 different countries, with 19 different categories and two overall winners (adult and young). When the puma was within about 10 meters, she sprinted and jumped. Winner, 11–14 Years Old—Cruz was on an organized night dive in the Lembeh Strait off North Sulawesi, Indonesia, and as an eager photographer and speedy swimmer, was asked to hold back from the main group to allow slower swimmers a chance of photography. Urban rat populations are rising fast. For 30 minutes, she crept up on the guanaco and when she was within about 10 meters (30 feet), she sprinted and jumped. Luis Vilariño Lopez / Wildlife Photographer of the Year, © A penetrable border is also vitally important for many other species at risk, including Sonoran ocelots and pronghorns. #, Snow-Plateau Nomads. Winner, Black and White—In a winter whiteout in Yellowstone National Park, a lone American bison stands weathering the silent snowstorm. For the past 17 years, Riku, a Japanese macaque legally captured from the wild, has performed comedy skits three times a day in front of large audiences at the Nikkō Saru Gundan theatre north of Tokyo. Winner, Earth’s Environments—Red-hot lava tongues flow into the Pacific Ocean, producing huge plumes of noxious laze—a mix of acid steam and fine glass particles—as they meet the crashing waves. Very gradually–over the next three years–a golden eagle got used to the camera and started to use the branch regularly to survey the coast below. The Grand Title Winner, titled 'The Moment' and captured by Chinese photographer Yongqing Baoas, is a humorous shot of a Himalayan marmot being scared by a Tibetan fox determined to find food for its three young cubs. Rigorous protection has seen a small increase, but demand—mainly from the West—for shahtoosh shawls still exists. Winner, Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio Award—More than 5,000 male emperor penguins huddle against the wind and late-winter cold on the sea ice of Antarctica’s Atka Bay, in front of the Ekström Ice Shelf. Grand title winner: Wildlife Photographer of the Year. So the marmot ventured out of its burrow again to search for plants to graze on. A marmot reacts with shock as it ventures out … #, Face of Deception. Jérémie Villet / Wildlife Photographer of the Year, © The marmot was hungry. The Moment: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 winner. #, Snow Exposure. Frozen Moment, 2019 winner, Rising Star Portfolio Award. Pushing against each other, two male Dall’s sheep in full winter-white coats that blend into the snowscape, stand immobile at the end of a fierce clash on a windswept snowy slope. Rising spring temperatures stir the frogs to emerge from the sheltered spots where they spend the winter (often under rocks or wood, or even buried at the bottom of ponds). "Land Of The Eagle" By Audun Rikardsen, Norway, Behaviour: Birds, Winner 2019. The shape of their temporary bivouacs would depend on the surroundings—most were cone- or curtain-shaped and partly occluded by vegetation. In a winter whiteout in Yellowstone National Park, a lone American bison stands weathering the silent snowstorm. Our domestic pets make us laugh on a daily basis, but animals in the wild can have their funny moments, too. We want to hear what you think about this article. Within a few days the frogs had gone, and the maturing eggs had risen to the surface. Audun carefully … Fur flies as a female puma launches her attack on a big male guanaco. The increasingly popular Comedy Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has just announced the winners of its 2019 competition. They were there to watch geladas, grass-eating primates found only on the Ethiopian Plateau. After an hour's wait, just before dawn, a group started to emerge not too far along the cliff. Lying in the snow, Villet was also battling with the brutal weather—not only were his fingers frozen, but the ferocious wind was making it difficult to hold his lens steady. It was here where he encountered a pair of bigfin reef squid. Winner, Animal Portraits—It may look like an ant, but then count its legs, and note those palps on either side of the folded fangs. Powerful wildlife photography focuses our attention on the beauty and fragility of the natural world. This was the front line of the biggest eruption in 200 years of one of the world’s most active volcanos, Kîlauea, on Hawaii’s Big Island, which started spewing out lava through 24 fissures on its lower East Rift at the start of May, 2018. Cruz Erdmann / Wildlife Photographer of the Year, © The photo features a deadly encounter between a Tibetan marmot and a Tibetan fox. The museum’s website has images from previous years and more information about the current contest and exhibition. Fourteen-year-old Cruz Erdmann was named Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 with his serene portrait of an iridescent big fin reef squid captured on a … The sound was coming from the fast-beating wings of a hummingbird hawkmoth, hovering in front of an autumn sage, siphoning up nectar with its long proboscis. The photographer spent a month following the sheep in the Yukon, battling with the brutal weather to the point that his feet were succumbing to frostbite, from which it would take months to recover. The image was awarded the grand title in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, which received over 48,000 entries from 100 countries.. This year, the contest attracted more than 48,000 entries from 100 countries. On this day, the air was fresh and clear after heavy snow. Each male bears a precious cargo on his feet, a single egg, tucked under a fold of skin (the brood pouch) as he faces the harshest winter on Earth with temperatures that fall below -40 ̊C, severe wind chill and intense blizzards. The shot of the border fence was created to highlight President Trump’s plan to seal off the entire U.S.‑Mexico frontier with an impenetrable wall and the impact it will have on the movement of wildlife, sealing the end of jaguars in the U.S. Festooned with bulging orange velvet, trimmed with grey lace, the arms of a Monterey cypress tree weave an otherworldly canopy over Pinnacle Point, in California’s Point Lobos State Natural Reserve. On loan from the Natural History Museumin London, these extraordinary images have been selected because they allow us to witness unique moments, encounter the diversity of life on Earth and reflect on humanity's role in its future. Hailing from the Chinese province of Qinghai, Yongqing Bao has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 title for his extraordinary image, The Moment, which frames the standoff between a Tibetan fox and a marmot, seemingly frozen in life-or-death deliberations. #, The Huddle. In winter, many chiru migrate to the relative warmth of the remote Kumukuli Desert. #, Creation. Each paired male bears precious cargo—a single egg—on his feet, tucked under a fold of skin (the brood pouch), as he faces the harshest winter on Earth, with temperatures that fall below –40 degrees Celsius (–40 degrees Fahrenheit), severe wind chill, and intense blizzards. The photographer spotted the odd-looking ant in the subtropical forest of India’s Buxa Tiger Reserve in West Bengal. Mating involves a male grasping his partner, piggyback, until she lays up to 2,000 eggs, each in a clear jelly capsule, which he then fertilizes. The winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 56 competition have been announced.. V iew the online gallery to see them. Eraine van Schalkwyk – “This friendly, 1cm in length, jumping spider (Hyllus sp.) It had spotted the fox an hour earlier, and sounded the alarm to warn its companions to get back underground. The females entrust their eggs to their mates to incubate and then head for the sea, where they feed for up to three months. For the photographer, the picture marked the culmination of seven months tracking wild pumas on foot, enduring extreme cold and biting winds in the Torres del Paine region of Patagonia, Chile. #, The Equal Match. One immediately jetted away, but the other, likely the male, hovered just long enough for Cruz to capture one instant of its glowing underwater show, Early Riser, 2019 winner, 15-17 years old. But their propensity to spread disease inspires fear and disgust. Grand Title Winner and Joint Winner 2019, Behaviour: Mammals They would form a scaffold of vertical chains (top right) by interlocking claws on their feet, and then create a network of chambers and tunnels into which the larvae and queen would be moved from the last bivouac. “Photographically, it is quite simply the perfect moment.” Images from the Qinghai Tibet Plateau are rare enough, but to have captured such a powerful interaction is extraordinary. On closer look, he realized it was a tiny ant-mimicking crab spider, just five millimeters (1/5 inch) long. Photograph by Yongqing Bao, Wildlife Photographer of the Year Fourteen-year-old Cruz Erdmann won Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year with this underwater image of … They’re smart, capable of navigating complex networks such as sewers. Donald Trump Is Out. Open to photographers of all ages and abilities, next year’s 2020 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition opens for entries on October 21, 2019 and closes at 11:30 a.m. GMT on December 12, 2019. Now in its 55th year, Wildlife Photographer of the Year, @NHM London, is the museum’s showcase for the world's best nature photography. These warm-water relatives of conger eels are extremely shy, vanishing into their sandy burrows the moment they sense anything unfamiliar. Joint Winner, Behavior: Mammals—Fur flies as a puma launches her attack on a guanaco. This was the winner in the 15 to 17 year old category. More than 5,000 male emperor penguins huddle against the wind and late winter cold on the sea ice of Antarctica’s Atka Bay in front of the Ekström Ice Shelf. The Rat Pack by Charlie Hamilton James, 2019 winner, Urban Wildlife. “A powerful frame of both humor and horror, it captures the drama and intensity of nature,” said Roz Kidman Cox, chair of the judging panel. The dramatic image, captured with perfect timing by Chinese photographer Yongqing Bao, has won the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year … Over the past century, human impact from hunting, which was banned in 1997 when jaguars became a protected species, and habitat destruction has resulted in the animal becoming virtually extinct in the U.S. With no recent records of a female – a hunter in Arizona shot the last verified female in 1963 – any chance of a breeding population becoming reestablished rests on the contentious border between the two countries remaining partially open. The vibrant orange is set off by the tangles of gray-lace lichen, also harmless to the trees. Ask Dr. Hamblin: So When Can We Stop Wearing Masks? Audun Rikardsen / Wildlife Photographer of the Year, © Snow exposure, 2019 winner, Black and White. Though the Monterey cypress is widely planted (valued for its resistance to wind, salt, drought, and pests), it is native only on the Californian coast in just two groves. From his vantage point a kilometer away, Fan drew the contrasting elements together before they vanished into the warmth of sun and sand. Issued by the Natural History Museum, The moment by Yongqing Bao, was the 2019 joint winner of the Behaviour: Mammals category at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. On a steep ridge, these two rams attempted to duel, but strong winds, a heavy blizzard, and extreme cold (–40 degrees Fahrenheit) forced them into a truce. A puma is fast, aided by a long, flexible spine similar to that of the closely-related cheetah, but only over short distances. A powerful frame of both humour and horror, it captures the drama and intensity of nature. On this day, a couple of hours before sunrise, Riccardo's guide led them to a cliff edge where the geladas were likely to emerge, giving him time to get into position before the geladas woke up. Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019: Check out the winning pics. Demand, mainly from the West, for their unique underfur called shahtoosh in Persian (”king of wools”) has triggered a drastic decline of their numbers. This stunning image from the Chinese province of Qinghai titled “The Moment,” by photographer Yongqing Bao, which frames the standoff between a Tibetan fox and a marmot seemingly frozen in an impending life-or-death struggle, is the winner of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 title. Reserved. #, Pondworld. They’re also social and may even show empathy towards one another. To this he bolted a tripod head with a camera, flashes and motion sensor attached, and built himself a hide a short distance away. It was a calm day, but when Christmann took off his glove to delicately focus the tilt-shift lens, the cold "felt like needles in my fingertips." Winner, 15–17 Years Old—Riccardo could not believe his luck when, at first light, this female gelada, with a week-old infant clinging to her belly, climbed over the cliff edge close to where he was perched. Land of the eagle, Winner 2019, Behaviour: Birds. Are We Ready to Talk About How He Got In. Rikardsen’s painstaking work captures the eagle’s power as it comes in to land, talons outstretched. Creation, 2019 winner, Earth’s Environments. With the insect moving quickly from flower to flower, the photographer captured the stillness of the moth’s head against the blur of its wings. Browse the 25 photographs featured below and vote for the one you think should win this year’s People’s Choice Award. For Arndt, the picture marked the culmination of seven months tracking wild pumas on foot, enduring extreme cold and biting winds in the Torres del Paine region of Patagonia, Chile. It takes three to five hides to make a single shawl – the wool cannot be collected from wild antelopes, so they must be killed. For half an hour, the puma crept up on the guanaco. At a time when precious habitats are facing increasing climate pressures, seeing these fleeting yet fascinating moments reminds us of what we need to protect. #, Early Riser. 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On a closer look, he realized it was a tiny ant-mimicking crab spider, just five millimeters long. Rehearsals and preparations are underway for the upcoming inaugural ceremony of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President–elect Kamala Harris. Photos: The Inauguration of President Joseph R. Biden Jr. Its spongy orange cladding is in fact a mass of green algae spectacularly colored by carotenoid pigments, which depend on the tree for physical support but photosynthesize their own food. At dawn, the colony would send out raiding parties to gather food, mostly other ant species. The Staggering, Heartless Cruelty Toward the Elderly. #, Tapestry of Life. A small herd of male chiru antelopes leaves a trail of footprints on a snow-veiled slope in the Kumukuli Desert of China’s Altun Shan National Nature Reserve. All Rights Face of Deception. The Moment: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 winner. Many spider species imitate ants in appearance, behavior and even smell. Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters@theatlantic.com. They need to breed and head straight for water, usually to where they themselves were spawned. As her claws made contact, the guanaco twisted to the side, his last grassy mouthful flying in the wind. The appeal of these performances lies in the anthropomorphic appearance of the trained macaques, invariably dressed in costumes, that move around the stage on two legs performing tricks and engaging in ridiculous role-plays with their human trainers. Rising spring temperatures stir the frogs to emerge from their sheltered winter spots to mate, which involves a male grasping his partner, piggyback, until she lays eggs – as many as 2,000, each in a clear jelly capsule which he then fertilizes. Hailing from the Chinese province of Qinghai, Yongqing Bao has won the prestigious wildlife photographer of the year 2019 title for his image The Moment, which frames the standoff between a Tibetan fox and a marmot. While it was still dark, the ants would use their bodies to build a new daytime nest (bivouac) to house the queen and larvae. We hope this year's exhibition will empower people to think differently about our planet and our critical role in its future.” While we wait for the winners' announcement, enjoy more highly commended photographs from the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest. #, Land of the Eagle. At dawn, the colony sent out raiding parties to gather food, mostly other ant species. Daniel Kronauer / Wildlife Photographer of the Year, © Bison survive in Yellowstone’s harsh winter months by feeding on grasses and sedges beneath the snow. High on a ledge on the coast in northern Norway, the photographer carefully positioned an old tree branch that he hoped would make a perfect golden eagle lookout. More than 49,000 images are entered into Wildlife Photographer of the Year every year, but our panel of judges can only award 100 winners. 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