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People's Choice Award: Hitching a Ride, Daisy Gilardini, Switzerland


This female polar bear was resting with its two young cubs in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada, when it suddenly got up and rushed downhill through the deep snow. One of the cubs jumped on to her, holding onto her furry backside with a firm—and unexpected—bite.

The Natural History Museum in the UK has shortlisted its nominees for the 2016 People’s Choice Award for wildlife photography.

From playful polar cubs to the horrified last gaze of a wildebeest calf, these images are guaranteed to astound.

Voting for this year’s competition ends on January 10, 2017. 

You can cast your vote for best wildlife photographer here, and be sure to share your favorite with @NHM_WPY on Twitter using the hashtag #MyWPY.

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