Source: National History Museum

The Best Wildlife Photography Of 2015

Every year, Wildlife Photographer of the Year seeks out the best of the best when it comes to stunning shots of wildlife. The competition is put together by the National History Museum in London, and the 2015 edition saw entries from over 42,000 photographers from 96 countries, and has produced some astonishingly gorgeous looks into the world of animal life around us.

Perhaps most striking is how so many of the photos seem painstakingly and meticulously setup, but also come across as a natural snapshot of everyday wildlife with little to no interference. Here are some truly dazzling entries, and be sure to find out more about the photography and the competition here.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.