The photo contest is just a few years old and was started by Paul Joynson-Hicks and Tom Sullam in 2015. The competition showcases the funniest and cutest snapshots of animals doing the wildest things.
The nonprofit charity the Born Free Foundation funds the contest in “aims to highlight the extremely important message of wildlife conservation in an engaging and positive way,” according to a statement.
“We were overwhelmed with the number and quality of entries we received this year, with well over 7,000 photos submitted from every corner of the globe,” Joynson-Hicks said in a statement.
He continued, “It was an amazing turnout, especially given the impact of the pandemic. The huge number of images we receive every year illustrates the appetite there is to engage with conservation and reminds us that wildlife truly is incredible and hilarious and, we must do all we can to protect it.”
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