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The 'Best Wildlife Photos' Of 2017 (13 Photos)

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An Arctic fox, photographed on Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean, managed to snatch a treasure from the nest of a snow goose. It’s likely to bury the egg in the tundra, where it will stay preserved.
“Arctic treasure” by Sergey Gorshkov, Russia. Finalist: Animal Portraits.

This brown bear cub in Alaska’s Lake Clark National Park just wanted to play and wrestle with its mother.
“Bear hug” by Ashleigh Scully, USA. Finalist: Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 11-14 Years.

Soaked through by days of constant rain, this bald eagle was photographed at Dutch Harbor on Amaknak Island in Alaska.
“Bold eagle” by Klaus Nigge, Germany. Finalist: Animal Portraits

This Iberian lynx, spotted in the Sierra de Andújar Natural Park in southern Spain, is a rare creature that feeds almost exclusively on rabbits.“Glimpse of a lynx” by Laura Albiac Vilas, Spain.
“Glimpse of a lynx” by Laura Albiac Vilas, Spain. Finalist: Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 11-14 Years.

This tiny seahorse near Sumbawa Island, Indonesia, abandoned the seagrass it was holding when the tide came in bearing plastic and sewage. Instead, it grabbed onto this plastic and cotton raft.
“Sewage surfer” by Justin Hofman, USA. Finalist: The Wildlife Photojournalist Award (single image)

This Sumatran tiger cub was saved from a snare in a rainforest in Aceh Province on the Indonesian Island of Sumatra by an anti-poaching patrol.
“Saved but caged” by Steve Winter, USA. Finalist: The Wildlife Photojournalist Award (single image).

This resplendent quetzal was seen in the Costa Rican cloud forest of San Gerardo de Dota. It fed its chicks fruits and insects day after day, eventually using food to entice them to leave the nest.
“Resplendent delivery” by Tyohar Kastiel, Israel. Finalist: Behaviour (birds).

Photographer Andrey Narchuk was surprised when he jumped into the Sea of Okhotsk in the Russian Far East and found himself surrounded by mating sea angels, swirling in the current.
“Romance among the angels” by Andrey Narchuk, Russia. Finalist: Behaviour (invertebrates)

In east Antarctica, a mother Weddell seal introduced her pup to the underwater frozen labyrinth.
“Swim gym” by Laurent Ballesta, France. Finalist: Behaviour (mammals).

These clown anemonefish are protected by a stinging anemone in Lembeh Strait in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Peeping out from their mouths, you can see a parasitic crustacean living inside them.
“The insiders” by Qing Lin, China. Finalist: Under Water.

This elephant in Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve led her herd on its evening trek to a waterhole. She was most likely the matriarch of the group.
“The power of the matriarch” by David Lloyd, New Zealand/UK. Finalist: Animal Portraits.

This shot of a red squirrel in southern Sweden was captured as the creature took a moment of rest in between its time searching for food.
“Winter pause” by Mats Andersson, Sweden. Finalist: Black and White.

In Arizona’s Sonoran Desert National Monument, these saguaro cacti grow for up to 200 years. They spread as far underground as they stand above it in order to absorb rainfall.
“Saguaro twist” by Jack Dykinga, USA. Finalist: Plants and Fungi.



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