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Natural History Museum - Wildlife Photographer of the Year - now open
Wildlife Photographer of the Year - now open
Congratulations to Tim Laman who has been crowned the Grand Title winner of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016. His striking image of a young male orangutan in a Bornean rainforest is just one of 100 captivating images featured in this year’s exhibition.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition tells the story of Earth’s wildlife, from breathtaking landscapes to intimate portraits.
What makes a winning image
Read the background stories to Tim Laman's Grand Title winning image Entwined lives and young winner Gideon Knight's image The Moon and the crow.
See the exhibition after hours
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is open until 22.00 at Lates on the last Friday of the month, excluding December.
Live from the awards ceremony
Check out the glittering Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards ceremony as it happened, with tweets, pictures, and video.
Win a trip to Kenya and Uganda
In celebration of the exhibition, we've teamed up with Abercrombie & Kent and Sanctuary Retreats to offer you the chance to win an unforgettable seven-day safari for two.
Bring the exhibition home
Brand new Wildlife Photographer of the Year prints are now available to order from only £20. Choose from framed or rolled on either paper or canvas.
See the exhibition for free
See Wildlife Photographer of the Year as many times as you like for free as a Museum Member.
A new home for the exhibition in London
Wildlife Photographer of the Year has a new home at the Museum, in the newly-restored East Pavilion gallery. Watch how an empty gallery is turned into an exhibition space in our time-lapse video.