Wildlife Photograph of the Year is a pride of lions

1 of 10

Bonnie Alter

Bonnie Alter
Living / Culture
October 22, 2014

1 of 10

Always a stunner, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is in its fiftieth year now. A worldwide competition held by London's esteemed Natural History Museum and the BBC, there were 42,000 entries received from 96 countries around the world.

This year’s winners have been announced and an American, Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols, has won the big prize for his pride of lions in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.

WHAT'S HOT ON FACEBOOK