Monkeys on mopeds, gurning Gorillas and a smiling Sharks are just a few of the silly snaps that’ll be on show at Hannahs’ Comedy Wildlife Awards Exhibition.
Hosted by Hannahs at Seale-Hayne in Devon for the second year in a row, the hilarious Comedy Wildlife Awards exhibition runs from Saturday 13th January until Monday 5th March. Entry to the exhibition is free of charge.
Comedy Wildlife Awards
Funny photographs taken by the Awards’ 40 finalists – which were selected from over 3,500 entries – will be on display for the duration of the exhibition. Organised in association with the Born Free Foundation, the aim of the Awards is to portray the true playfulness of the animal kingdom.
The winners have just been announced and the Comedy Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 is Tibor Kercz with his fantastic and hilarious image of a scrambling owl. Winner of the Creatures of the Land category was a very cute dormouse by Andrea Zampatti.
As well as showing the playful side of some of the world’s most-loved species, the Awards also has a more serious agenda: to put a spotlight on wildlife conservation efforts worldwide.
Have a look at some of the incredible (and hilarious!) shots taken by the Awards’ finalists below.
Hannahs Head of Marketing, Rebecca Bowen-Keay, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Exhibition to Hannahs for a second year – with a hilarious new selection of images! In addition this year, we are planning a week of wildlife-themed activities during February half term – see our website for more details.
Our thanks also go to Truprint, who are kindly supporting the exhibition and who will be offering a limited number of items to purchase – helping raise funds for the Charity and also the Born Free Foundation”.
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Hannahs has been enriching the lives of children and young people for 250 years. One of the UK’s oldest charities, Hannahs is dedicated to empowering children, young people and adults with a range of disabilities. We are committed to challenging societal beliefs surrounding disabled people with the aim of making disability incidental.
Working across two sites in Devon, Hannahs provides learning, care, support and real choice to children and adults with a range of disabilities.