The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2 18 Competition Has Found the Winner. Where is your favorite photo
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The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2 18 Competition Has Found the Winner. Where is your favorite photo The 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year prestigious competition has reached its climax. The Nature History Museum as the organizer has announced the winner. Photographs of wild, beautiful, yet vulnerable wild life from all over the world compete to be the best. In total there are more than 45,000 photos from 95 countries included in this competition. Wow, it's amazing how many photographers of the world want to compete in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018.

Well, for those of you who are curious about the photos of the winners in this wild photo competition, Hipwee Travel serves you all. Who knows, you will be motivated to become a natural photographer.

Photographer of The Year falls on Marsel Van Oosten from the Netherlands. He won the Grand Title Winner with his photo titled "The Golden Couple" where two snub nosed gold monkeys were sitting on rocks. A work worthy of being considered the best photo

Skye Maker from South Africa became Young Photographer of the Year with a work entitled 'Lounging Leopard' which won the Grand Title Winner

The winner of the Photojournalism category is a Spanish photographer named Joan de la Malla. He photographed the monkey mask in Indonesia where the monkey seemed to be sad behind his mask.

Winner 2018 The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award was achieved by Frans Lanting with his work entitled Ghost Tree. This is a portrait of a dead tree with a desert background in Namibia at sunset.

This photo is very touching. This bird drinks its own mother's blood because of its residence on one of the islands in the Galapagos which is difficult to find water and full of rocks. The work of Thomas P Pischak is the winner in the Behavior Birds category

How is the portrait of a crocodile and a tiger fighting? Chriss Brunskill's work entitled "The Bigger Bite" will answer it. This photo received an award Highly Commended 2018 category Behavior Mammals

A work entitled Looking for Love by Tony Wu is truly unique. A fish seems to be looking for its love, as seen from its very natural expression

'Cool Cat' by Isak Pretorius, received an award Highly Commended 2018 Animal Portraits category. This lion is really funny

The Meerkat Mob 'by Tertius A Gous gets Highly Commended 2018 Behavior Mammals category. This photo shows a fight in the wild to defend yourself. Who wins?

Nicholas Dyer, "Ahead In The Game" Work, England gets an award Highly Commended 2018 category Behavior Mammals. This photo is rather brutal and wild ...

There is still another list of winners that you can see at the following link. What do you think is the most interesting and most brutal portrait?

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