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Este concurso busca determinar cuál es la foto animal más divertida del 2016

La idea de los Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards es llamar la atención sobre la naturaleza a través de fotos divertidas en vez de las típicas fotos de animales sufriendo

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CORDOVA, ALASKA - UNDATED: An inquisitive bald eagle pictured by Will Saunders for the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2016, Cordova, Alaska.

The Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2016 are in full swing - with hundreds of hilarious photos being sent in from around the world. Last year?s competition featured 1,502 entries from 52 different countries, with highlights including a laughing seal, a tumbling leopard and a gorilla picking its nose - all beautifully photographed with perfect comedy timing and a strong conservation message. Among the best early entries this year are photos of a cheetah appearing to find something hilarious, a gorilla caught in an unfortunate position, and a baby elephant face-planting the ground.

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