Posted on Sep 16, 2019

Photographers from every part of the world caught their lenses of animals, birds, and insects to show off their secret lives and then submitted the works to Comedy Wildlife . The finalists of 2019 competition have already been announced.

The mission of the contest is to help preserve wildlife through humorous, carefree images and positive messages. The organizers claim that in this way they draw public attention to wildlife conservation issues.

Two professional photographers Paul Joinson-Hicks and Tom Sallam founded the competition, which is open to all photographers, professional or not.

This year, the jury selected 40 pictures among the works of participants. The winners will be announced on November 13.

The overall winner will accept a title of Best Comedian Nature Photographer and get Weekly Safari at Masai Mara Nature Reserve in Kenya, as well as a unique handmade award from Art Garage in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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