We are all accustomed to the amazingly beautiful wildlife photographs from famous photographers from around the world. These images we see a graceful and majestic animals in their native habitat. But have you ever wondered what is outside the frame?
Apparently, the wildlife photographer Paul Daison-Hicks thought. And organized the world's first hilarious photo contest. We present you the winners of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.
Honey bee. Photo: Murray Mcculloch.
Puffin, farne island. Photo: Mary Swaby.
The field mouse. Photo: Michael Erwin.
Bald eagle, Alaska. Photo: Will Saunders.
Very pleased with a snowy owl, Canada. Photo: Edward Kopeschny.
Gannet. Photo: Chrys Mellor.
Penguins. Photo: Charles Kinsey.
Cheetah, South Africa. Photo: Robert Dutton.
Frog posing, Poland. Photo: James Sharp.
Giraffe at the watering hole, Botswana. Photo: Monika Carrie.
Protein, Canada. Photo: Isabelle Marozzo.
Monkey sculpts the snow, Japan. Photo: Nicolas de VAULX
The happiest fish in the world, Cape Verde. Photo: Craig Moore.
The horse shakes his head. Photo: Alexander Pfeiffer.
Eastern Chipmunk storing food, Canada. Photo: Barb D'arpino.
Family protein, Canada. Photo: Yvette Richard.
Yawning lion, Kenya. Photo: Marilyn Parver.
Seal waving at the camera. Photo: Adam White.
Just a normal day for kangaroos. Photo: Rosario Losano Cordoba.
Four birds paces on the road like they own it. Photo: Derek Auerman.
A frog and Chipmunk, Canada. Photo: Isabelle Marozzo.