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((clockwise from upper left) Jon Cornforth; Alex Mody; Rolf Nussbaumer; Phillip Colla; Andy Rouse)

Winners of Nature's Best Photography

Through January 2013, the Natural History Museum is home to stunning photographs of wildlife around the world

Small World Winner: Vine Snake

Vine snake
(Robin Moore)
“I was scrambling through bushes, wading up streams, and looking for anything scaly or slimy in one of the most bio-diverse forests in the world when we came across this vine snake. I was lying on my stomach to frame the shot when, as if on cue, a fly buzzed down and used the snake’s head as a landing pad. As soon as I clicked the shutter, the fly departed. Some photos come about through careful and diligent planning, but this one was about being in the right place at the right time.” - Photographer Robin Moore

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