A stunning exhibition of the wildest landscapes and the most endangered species is on display at the Natural History Museum.
Boxing hares, sentient meerkats and lolling leopards are just some of the sights captured in the free, Wild Planet outdoor exhibition.
It features 80 classic shots chosen by BBC personality and zoologist Chris Packham from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition – showcasing winners from the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competition.
Each year, the competition’s winning images are displayed in London before touring nationally and internationally.
Wild Planet showcases a special selection of these past award-winning images captioned with the stories of how they were taken plus insights into the species featured, inspiring and educating a new generation of wildlife photographers and nature enthusiasts.
The exhibition opens on Friday and will run until 30 September.