The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition reveals stunning images

the Natural History MuseumThis prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has revealed stunning images detailing the deep environments and behaviors of creatures around the world.

Tuesday photographer Nima Sarikhani He took home the grand title prize for “Ice Bed,” which captures a “dreamy portrait” of a young polar bear “drifting off to sleep,” according to a press release.

“Nima's stunning and poignant image allows us to see the beauty and fragility of our planet,” said Douglas Gore, director of the Natural History Museum. “His thought-provoking image is a stark reminder of the integral bond between an animal and its habitat, and serves as a visual representation of the harmful effects of global warming and habitat loss.”

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