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Check out the 2022 winners of ‘The Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards’

The winning photographs were revealed by the Natural History Museum in London, which will present them in an exhibition. It will ultimately tour the UK and other European countries, as well as North America (including Texas and Michigan), Australia, and New Zealand.

According to the museum, the 19 finalists were chosen by an international team of experts from more than 38,000 entries from over 100 countries based on their “originality, story, technical brilliance, and ethical conduct.” The top prize was then given to two of those winners, one from each age category.

Karine Aigner, an American photographer, was chosen wildlife photographer of the year for her close-up portrait of “The Big Buzz,” a “buzzing ball of cactus bees whirling over the scorching sand on a Texas ranch.”

Katanyou Wuttichaitanakorn, 16, of Thailand, was awarded young wildlife photographer of the year for capturing an almost abstract image of a Bryde’s whale rising near his boat to eat little anchovies. It’s titled “The Beauty of Baleen.”

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