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Museum staff show their Wild Side inspired by Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018

To celebrate the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, our museum staff decided to slip into the skin of their favourite animals.


(© Vegard Lødøen - Wildlife Photographer of the Year)

An outstanding owl, fancy fox, terrifying tiger and daring deer roamed our gallery in search for their match. The faces have been painted by our creative colleague, Marianne White.


(© Emmanuel Rondeau - Wildlife Photographer of the Year)

The 2018 edition of Wildlife Photographer of the Year celebrates biodiversity, promotes conservation, and champions ethical photography, with winning photographs chosen from over 45,000 submissions by expert judges for their creativity, originality and technical excellence.


(© Arshdeep Singh - Wildlife Photographer of the Year)

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London, with the award-winning images seen by millions across the globe each year, and the Herbert is the first West Midlands gallery to host the exhibition.


(© Adrian Bliss - Wildlife Photographer of the Year)

What's your favourite photograph? Use the hashtag #WPY54 to let everybody know! Wildlife Photographer of the Year is open until 2 June.

 

Find out more | Wildlife Photographer of the Year

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