Winners chosen from record 43,135 entries

The winners of the Veolia Environnment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were announced last night.

The Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine. The overall winner of the competition, one which garnered a record 43,135 entries this year, was taken by Jose Luis Rodriguez and features a rare Iberian wolf jumping a gate at night. The along with all winning entries from this years’ competition, is available to view online.

Winners, runners-up and commended images were also selected in a range of some 17 categories, with all the best images set to be showcased at an exhibition at the Natural History Museum. The exhibition runs from tomorrow right through to 11th April next year, and for more information visit the Natural History Museum website.