The 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are back, and the animals are just as funny as the previous years, here are some of the hilarious entries so far!


Global – Have you or a friend ever been tagged in your idea of the ‘worlds worst picture’? Or a friend took a photo without your notice, and it’s possibly the funniest photo of you ever taken! Well, apparently animals can have the same thing happen to them!

The only difference is that animals probably don’t actually care what they look like in pictures! The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is a competition that has a place for animals being photographed during their laugh out loud moments!

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, ingeniously titled to avoid any confusion, was the result of two factors: Firstly, a need for a photography competition that was light-hearted, upbeat, possibly unpretentious and mainly about wildlife doing funny things. After its first year, these objectives seem to have been met. Secondly, and way more importantly, this competition is about conservation.

Take a look, below is a selection of the funniest finalists from the 2019 competition so far. There are a total of 40 finalists, but these are a few of our favourites.

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Sources: Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
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