The Comedy Wildlife 2015 winning pic is just too damn cute

London - If you're an avid follower of online wildlife photography and video sharing channelss you'll know that nature can very often dish up some exceptionally funny pics.

It's these quirky photobombs and unusual expressions that have sparked the very first Comedy Wildlife Awards - hosted in conjunction with Nomad Tanzania, Natural High Safaris, Nikon UK, Kenya Airways and One Vision Imaging.

Announced at a special ceremony in London on 11th of November, some of the judges included the likes of comedian Hugh Dennis and President of Born Free USA, Will Travers OBE, 

According to the organizers, these awards are a celebration of wildlife experiences play an important role in raising conservation awareness such as The Born Free Foundation - aimed at saving lives, stopping suffering and protecting species in the wild.

This year’s winner, Julian Rad, submitted the Wildlife Comedy Awards winning pic for 2015 - See all the winners  and runners-up here


Rad's prize includes a 7 Day incredible Photographic Safari in southern Tanzania, East Africa with one of Africa’s leading safari operators Nomad Tanzania and with a return flight from the UK from Natural High Safaris. The winner will have renowned wildlife photographer Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE acting as their guide and photographic tutor.  

Do you have pics or videos to share with us? Send them to pics@traveller24.co.za, tweet@traveller24_sa, tag traveller24_sa on Instagram or connect with us on Facebook 

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