These funny wild animal pictures will brighten your day

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has released some of the best images of animals in funny poses they received for this year’s competition.

Amateur and professional photographers can enter the contest until June 30. They will select an overall winner and finalists for different categories from thousands of candid photos of animals in the wild.

You can enter here:

https://www.comedywildlifephoto.com/competition/competition-categories.php

Here is a preview of some of the entries received.

Rough night: Northern Pygmy Owl, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Photo: Anthony Bucci/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Lightweight wrestling: Lion cubs, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
Photo: Klein Yarin/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Very confused: Seal at Winterton-on-Sea, Great Britain. Photo: Johan Siggesson/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Doing-the-Sand-Dance: Brown bear, Lake Clarke, Alaska.
Photo: Janet Miles/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Let me tell you a secret: Hippos (mother and baby), Masa Mara, Kenya.
Photo: Manoj Shah/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Its too late, Roebuck, too late: Roebuck deer, Estonia.
Photo: Alvin Tarkmees / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Walk on water: Flamingo, Lake Magadi, Serengeti, Tanzania
Photo: Tommy Mees/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Maestro: Chalky Percher Damselfly, Zambales, Philippines.
Photo: Reynante M. Martinez / Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

True Love: Yellow Collared Lovebirds, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
Photo: Thomas Grigoleit/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Laughingstock: Zebras, Nairobi National Park, Kenya.
Photo: Tanvir Ali/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Wowza: Lion cubs with their mother, Masai Mara, Kenya.
Photo: Yaron Schmid/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Laughing Sea Otter: Morro Bay, California
Photo: David Desrochers/ Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020

 

Source: Forbes

Photo Credit; Forbes

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