The Funniest Entries From 2017’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.
A miniature moment from Israel.
The organizers hope this year will bring forth more entries.
A San Jose, California, fox shows what he thinks about golf.
"Conservation was always at the heart of the competition, along with the fact that people seemed to enjoy images of animals doing entertaining things," Sullam says.
Practising martial arts moves in Australia.
Sullam moved from the United Kingdom to Tanzania where he has seen firsthand the impact humans are making.
A giraffe in Kenya looks like it has replaced its vegetarian diet for something with wings.
"Essentially living in a country that has some of the best wildlife in the world – Tanzania – and seeing how destructive human actions can be on this wildlife, made us want to do our little bit to help," he admits.
A penguin in Antartica is in the dog house, or in this case the ice house.
"Raising awareness through photography, getting people involved and using humour as a positive reinforcement of the good things, rather than focusing on the negative imagery that has historically been used – which does have its place in the fight to raise awareness," Sullam hopes.
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