Imagini nemaivazute si fascinante captate in salbaticia animalelor de catre fotografii finalisti ai competitiei “2014 Wildlife”

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The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, presented by London’s Natural History Museum and BBC, has just recently announced its 50 finalists, chosen from over 41,000 entries. Here are some of the most breathtaking images taken over the last year.
‘Stretching’ by Stephan Tuengler

‘Apex Predators’ by Justin Black
‘Flirting Bearded Seal’ by Audun Rikardsen

‘Australian Sea Lion Pups’ by Michael Patrick O’Neill

‘Bat Festival’ by João Paulo Krajewski

‘Caiman Night’ by Luciano Candisani
‘Dantes Inferno’ by Karen Lunney

‘Dawn Lift-Off’ by Jack Dykinga

‘Diamonds’ by Malgorzata Ksiazkiewicz

‘Feel Safe’ by Juan Carlos Mimó Perez

‘Great Peacock Moth Caterpillar’ by Leela Channer

‘Heavy Rain’ by Pierluigi Rizzato

‘Helical’ by Frederic Brioris

‘Hide Away’ by Brittany Fried

‘Big Mouth’ by Adriana Basques

‘Innocents Betrayed’ by Hilary O’Leary

‘King Penguins and Fur Seals’ by Denise Ippolito

‘Kings into the Dark’ by Stanley Leroux
Ladybird Spider’ by Carsten Braun
‘Las Fauces de la Noche’ by Juan Jesus Gonzalez Ahumada
Leaping Gentoo Penguin’ by Paul Souders
‘Moonlight Climber’ by Alexander Badyaev
‘Move!’ by Gerry Pearce
Red Deer and Cranes’ by Marek Kosinski

‘Sentry Duty’ by Neil Aldridge

‘Shoaling Reef Squid’ by Tobias Bernhard
‘Startled by Stargazer’ by Jennifer Jo Stock
‘Shoulder Check’ by Henrik Nilsson
‘Too Big But So Tasty’ by Alain Ghignone

‘Whats This’ by Peter Mather

‘Winter Hares’ by David Tipling

‘Yellow-Necked Mouse’ by Carsten Braun

To mark the 50th anniversary of the competition, the public is being given the power to select a “People’s Choice Award” winner. Head over to the competition’s website to vote before September 5th, when voting will be closed. The winner will be revealed in October 2014.

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