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Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2019: Here are the finalists

An otter holds its cheeksImage copyright Harry M. Walker/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Image caption “Oh My.” What’s been noticed?

Frightened fish, shy bears, sarcastic owls and birds that had been simply in the incorrect place at the incorrect time.

These are the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards finalists – and so they dwell as much as the competitors’s identify.

A fish chased by a sharkImage copyright Anthony N Petrovich/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards
Image caption ‘He’s… behind me, is not he?’ Where’s Finding Nemo’s Bruce whenever you want him?
Two fox cubs dancingImage copyright Alastair Marsh/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Image caption “Waltz Gone Wrong?” These foxes would not win any awards for his or her dancing
A bug on a leafImage copyright Kevin Sawford/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Image caption “Hello, and good day to you”
A lion cub goes for his dad's privatesImage copyright Sarah Skinner/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Image caption “Grab life by the…” We think about there was nothing humorous about the aftermath of this picture
A rhino sprays on a birdImage copyright TilakRaJ’NagaRaJ/Comedy Wildlife Photography Award
Image caption “Follow at your own risk.” Finally, justice for anybody who’s ever fallen sufferer to hen droppings
An owl laughingImage copyright Vicki Jauron/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Image caption “Holly jolly snowy” – why is that this owl mocking us?
A monkey relaxingImage copyright Thomas D Mangelsen/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards
Image caption “Laid back” – this monkey is aware of methods to loosen up
A bear hides behind a treeImage copyright Valtteri Mulkahainen/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards
Image caption “One, two, three – I’m going to find you.” Not when your opponent is hidden THAT nicely
Otters wavingImage copyright Donna Bourdon/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Image caption “Hi!” Bye

The award winners will likely be introduced on 13 November.

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