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The Natural History Museum has officially announced Brent Stirton as this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his stunning image of a de-horned black rhino in South Africa. Amongst the winners and finalists were five Australian wildlife photographers, including Justin Gilligan, the AG Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and Chris Bray and Gerry Pearce, long-time AG contributors.
The Australian Museum has officially opened its new permanent exhibition, 200 treasures of the Australian Museum, in partnership with Westpac. The exhibition— staged in the Long Gallery, Australia's oldest museum gallery— now holds some of the country's most precious items. These are some of the highlights.
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These images are short-listed for the 2014 ANZANG Nature Photographer of the year contest Animal Portrait category.
SEA LION, NEOPHOCA CINEREA. Hidden away on the coast of Western Australia, the town of Jurien Bay is home to a number of Australian sea lion colonies. Young females congregate on the beaches in harems controlled by a large single male or beach master. Jurien Bay, Western Australia. Canon EOS 5D Mk II, Canon 16-25mm, 1/200, f/14, ISO 320, two Ikelite 161 strobes
Photo credit: Scott Portelli