We always know that we're in for a treat when The Wildlife Photographer of the Year finalists are released. Now in it's fifty second year, the competition has chosen some awesome images from the animal kingdom.
This year's contest received almost 50,000 entries from professionals and amateurs across 95 countries, with a pen cutting that number down to just eleven, through judging them on their creativity, originality and technical excellence.
We particularly love the orca underneath the Norwegian fishing boat and the curious London fox. Have a look through all of them to find your favourite....
The 52nd Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will open at the Natural History Museum in London on Friday October 21.
Splitting The Catch By Audun Rikardsen, Norway
Swarming Under The Stars By Imre Potyó, Hungary
The Disappearing Fish By Iago Leonardo, Spain
Playing Pangolin By Lance Van De Vyver, New Zealand/South Africa
Collective courtship: By Scott Portelli, from Australia
Crystal Precision By Mario Cea, Spain
Golden relic: By Dhyey Shah of India
Thistle-plucker: By Isaac Aylward, of the UK
Nosy neighbour: By Sam Hobson, from the UK
Blast Furnace By Alexandre Hec, France
Termite tossing: By Willem Kruger, from South Africa.