In the small world of nature photographers, it is considered the Oscar: the title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year. This year’s winner is Yongqing Bao who captured the hunt of a Tibetan fox on a marmot.
The 2019 edition of the prize circus took place late last night in the National History Museum in London. All deserve recognition for the perpetuation of natural beauty.
What may seem like a weird-looking weevil is quite different. A ‘zombie mold’ in Peru has taken over the beetle and forced him to climb a fern. There the fungus used the inside of the dead beetle as fuel to grow tentacles that spread spores.
A female puma attacks an adult lama in Patagonia.