We all need to cheer up these days, and our friends in the nature are already at work to do so unconsciously!
Every year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards highlight the funniest photos of animals taken in the wild. Talented photographers from around the world manage to capture moments where animals seem to be experiencing very human emotions or dilemmas.
Founders Tom Sullam and Paul Joynson-Hicks started the contest to raise awareness about wildlife conservation. They hope the pictures encourage people to shop responsibly, be mindful of their water use, and speak out about environmental issues in addition to making people laugh.
And here are the winners of 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Don’t forget to comment on our Facebook post with the best pictures of your pets wether they are dogs, cats, parrots or mices!
A roebuck deer sticks its tongue out at the other in Estonia.
Alvin Tarkmees/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
This northern pygmy owl on Vancouver Island, Canada, sits perched on a small branch looking like he had either a rough night or the best night of his life.
Anthony Bucci/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
A sea otter looks like it has the giggles as it floats in Morro Bay, California.
David DesRochers/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
A brown bear does a sand dance in Lake Clarke, Alaska.
Janet Miles/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
A confused seal scratches its head as it is snapped in Winterton-on-Sea, UK.
Johan Siggesson/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
Some lion cubs engage in a bit of light wrestling in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
Yarin Klein/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
A hippo mother has her baby nibbling her ear in Masai Mara, Kenya.
Manoj Shah/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
Two zebra buddies share a joke, enjoying life in Nairobi National Park, Kenya. One of them rolls his head back in very human-like fashion.
Tanvir Ali/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
Two yellow collared lovebirds nestle together in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania.
Thomas Grigoleit/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
Certain times of the year flamingos populate Lake Magadi in the Serengeti and this is when you can see them taking off and landing… Or just showing off.
Tommy Mees/Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2020
This article was written by Eda, volunteer at Sunrise Project France since April 2020. She lives in Turkey, She is 21. Travelling, meeting new people and cooking are her greatest passions in life. She also enjoys learning languages and swimming.