At a time when humans continue their assault on the natural world, institutes, such as the Natural History Museum, must stand their ground and pursue their goal of recording, storing, studying, and conserving living diversity. The institute has been a cathedral to nature since its
Humankind has encroached deep in forests, putting numerous wildlife species in jeopardy – both flora and fauna. To protect the planet from imminent doom, it is essential to protect every species to maintain the ecological equilibrium. While there are many conservation efforts set in motion
The purpose of photography is not only to capture a moment in time but also being able to communicate more through the picture, and wildlife photography does that exactly. The Wildlife Photographer of The Year 2021 organized by the Natural History Museum has announced its
The scientists at the Natural History Museum (NHM) have identified 503 new species in 2020, including scarab beetles from New Guinea, seaweed from the Falklands and a new species of monkey found on an extinct volcano in Myanmar. In 2020, the museum described species previously
This year’s Wildlife Photography of the Year awards has brought mesmerizing photographs of the wild. The bond between nature and its creations, survival of the fittest, love of a parent and so much more has been shown in these stunning images. Apart from the winners
Natural History Museum (LHM) conducts the Wildlife Photography of the Year contest every year and brings us gorgeous glimpses of wildlife. This year too, the contest has showcased numerous mesmerizing wonders of nature through photography, the winners of which were announced on October 13, 2020.
This year’s wildlife photographs have been overwhelming, bringing the beauty and chaos of the natural world to light in the most artistic way. Weeks ago, the highly commended entries in the Wildlife Photography of the Year 2020 revealed the best of nature and the cruelty
The world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 has brought to the fore a brilliant gaze into the world of the animal kingdom. Every year this exhibition displays the world’s best nature photography, offering a platform for amateur and professional photographers alike. Around 50,000 artists
10 amazing wildlife photos selected by Natural History Museum for its book ‘Unforgettable Behaviour’
Ten photographs from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition have been selected by the Natural History Museum for its book titled ‘Unforgettable Behavior’. The selected images show extraordinary, surprising and often deeply moving acts of animal behaviour. A short story also describes each of
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 contest has received 42,000 entries from 96 countries. A penal of experienced industry professionals has selected the finalists.