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The funniest and hottest pictures competitors on the planet, The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020 has reached its conclusion and is proud to announce that the OVERALL WINNER of this yr’s competitors is Ken Jensen, a eager novice photographer from Blackburn for his wonderful {photograph} entitled ‘Ouch!

The Competition Winners have been revealed on BBC’s ‘The One Show’ in entrance of hundreds of thousands of viewers, a primary for the competitors that has seen its reputation develop and develop regardless of solely being created 7 years in the past. Up towards 7,000 hilarious entries from throughout the globe, Ken’s picture of a Golden Silk Monkey, trying a bit of greater than uncomfortable, simply pipped the others images to the highest title.

Overall Winner: Ouch! by Ken Jensen
Golden Silk Monkey, China

“A golden silk monkey in Yunnan China – this is actually a show of aggression however in the position that the monkey is in it looks quite painful!”

More: Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, Instagram h/t: 121clicks

Affinity Photo People’s Choice Winner: I assume summer time’s over by John Speirs
Pigeon, Oban, Argyll, Scotland

“I was taking pics of pigeons in flight when this leaf landed on the bird’s face.”

Creatures of Land Winner: Ninja Prairie Dog! by Arthur Trevino
Bald Eagle, Longmont, USA

“When this Bald Eagle missed on its attempt to grab this prairie dog, the prairie dog jumped towards the eagle and startled it long enough to escape to a nearby burrow. A real David vs Goliath story!”

Creatures of Water Winner: Time for college by Chee Kee Teo
Smooth-coated otter, Singapore

“A smooth-coated otter “bit” its child otter to carry it again backward and forward for swimming lesson.”

Portfolio Category Winner: The Joy of a Mud Bath by Vicki Jauron
Elephant, Matusadona Park, Zimbabwe.

“An elephant expresses his joy in taking a mud bath against the dead trees on the shores of Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe on a hot afternoon.”

Highly Commended: Let’s dance by Andy Parkinson
Brown Bear Cubs, Kamchatka Peninsula, Far East Russia

“Two Kamchatka bear cubs square up for a celebratory play fight having successfully navigated a raging torrent (small stream!)”

Highly Commended: See who jumps excessive by Chu Han Lin
Mudskipper, Taiwan

Highly Commended: Majestic and Graceful Bald Eagle by David Eppley
Bald Eagle, South west Florida, USA

“Bald Eagles will use the same nest for years, even decades, adding new material to it at the beginning and throughout the nesting season. Normally, they are highly skilled at snapping branches off of trees while in flight. Possibly tired from working nonstop all morning on a new nest, this particular Bald Eagle wasn’t showing its best form. Yes, sometimes they miss. Although this looks painful, and it might very well be, the eagle recovers with just a few sweeping wing strokes, and choses to rest a bit before making another lumber run.”

Highly Commended: The Green Stylist by Gurumoorthy Ok
Indian chameleon, Western Ghats

Highly Commended: Proboscis Monkey, Borneo by Jakub Hodan Treehugger

“This Proboscis monkey could be just scratching its nose on the rough bark, or it could be kissing it. Trees play a big role in the lives of monkeys. Who are we to judge…”

Highly Commended: Chinese whispers by Jan Piecha
Raccoon, Kassel, Germany

“The little raccoon cups are telling secrets to each other”

Highly Commended: Missed by Lea Scaddan
Kangaroo, Perth, Western Australia

“Two Western Grey Kangaroos were fighting and one missed kicking him in the stomach.”

Highly Commended: How do you get that rattling window open? by Nicolas de VAULX
Raccoon, France

“This raccoon spends his time trying to get into houses out of curiosity and perhaps also to steal food.”

Highly Commended: Peekaboo by Pal Marchhart
Brown Bear, Hargita Mountains, Romania

“A young bear descending from a tree looks like he/she is playing hide and seek.”

Highly Commended: I obtained you by Roland Kranitz
Spermophile, Hungary

“I spent my days in my usual “gopher place” and but once more, these humorous little animals haven’t belied their true nature.”

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