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Our Favourite Entries from the 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

ONTARIO, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 2010: Eastern Chipmunk stuffing her cheeks with corn until they looked ready to pop at Wasaga Beach pictured by Barb D'Arpino for the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2016, Wasaga Beach, Ontario, Canada, September 2010. PHOTOGRAPHY Barb D'Arpino/Bancroft Media

Our Favourite Entries from the 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

We've wrapped up some of our favourite entries from this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Get ready to laugh.

Our Favourite Entries from the 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Entries for this year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have just closed, so if you were looking to enter then sorry about that – better luck next year.

Until then, get your fix of goofy animal goodness with a round up of our favourite entries from the 2016 competition.

The Comedy Photography Awards was founded due to a (very serious) need for wildlife photographers to showcase their hilarious snaps in a lighthearted, and celebratory way, but more importantly, the competition raises awareness for conservation.

The Awards is run in partnership with UK charity Born Free, a foundation started by Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers and their eldest son Will, following Bill and Virginia’s starring roles in the classic film Born Free.

The foundation is devoted to protecting animal welfare across the globe as well as championing compassionate conservation and securing a safe and healthy future for animals of all shapes and sizes.

“Our charity is determined to end captive animal exploitation, phase out zoos and keep wildlife in the wild. We take action for lions, elephants, gorillas, tigers, wolves, bears, dolphins, turtles, British wildlife and much more and work with local communities to find solutions to help people and wildlife live together without conflict.”

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