The jury selected the best works from 50,000 submissions.
The jury of the international Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, held with the support of the Natural History Museum in London, named the best photographs of 2016, PetaPixel reports.
Tim Laman became Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his work Entwined Lives, showing an orangutan up the tree in the Indonesian part of Borneo. This photograph was selected from over 50,000 submissions sent by participants from 95 countries from all over the world.
The jury also selected the best Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Gideon Knight from the UK, as well as winners in several separate categories. Their works are exhibited in the Natural History Museum starting from October 21.