The Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award has announced its People's Choice Award shortlist of 25 glorious pictures. 

From a pair of nuzzling red foxes and a pregnant pygmy seahorse to a polar bear cub basking in a sea of flowers, these 25 images capture the magnificence of the natural world while spotlighting important environmental stories.

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The Resident: Among the flowers, CanadaAmong the flowers, Canada (Image: Martin Gregus)

The photographs were chosen from 38,575 entries from 93 countries and you can vote for your favourite either online on by using the interactive screens found within the exhibition, currently on at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington. 

Voting ends on February 2, 2023 and the top five images will be displayed online joining previously announced winners. 

The Resident: A tight grip, UKA tight grip, UK (Image: Nicholas More)

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum and offers a global platform for amateur and professional photographers alike.

The Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in London is supported by global green energy company Ørsted.

The Resident: Fox affection, CanadaFox affection, Canada (Image: Brittany Crossman)

Vote online for the winner of the People’s Choice Award here:

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