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Perfekte Tier-Fotografie

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Wer schiesst das beste Tier-Foto? Auf diesen Aufruf hat der Zoo von London tausende von Bildern erhalten. Hier sind die Gewinner diverser Kategorien mit ihren – im doppelten Sinne – ausgezeichneten Fotos:

Das Pantherchamäleon, das mit seiner langen Zunge gerade ein Insekt einfängt:

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Simone Sbaraglia/REX (4105696h)
ADULT WINNER - Category One Winner Perfect Moment - Panther Chameleon
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Dukas/Simone Sbaraglia

Gelungen ist das Foto Simone Sbaraglia. Er habe tagelang auf diesen perfekten Moment gewartet: «Ich habe viel Zeit damit verbracht, das Verhalten des Chamäleons zu studieren, um genau im richtigen Moment auf den Auslöser drücken zu können.» Und weiter: «Ich hoffe, dass Menschen, die das Bild betrachten, fasziniert von dem Tier sind, sich mit der Natur verbunden fühlen und lernen, sie zu respektieren.»

Doch nicht nur dem Hauptgewinner ist ein supergutes Foto gelungen, wie die folgenden Bilder zeigen:



Ist es Liebe? Oder einfach nur eine Kratzhilfe?

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Graham Morrison/REX (4105696a)
Category 1 Perfect Moment Highly Commended - Unfriendly Necking
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Dukas/rex/Graham Morrison

Welches Fischlein wird wohl sein z'Mittag werden?

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Chape/REX (4105696i)
Category 6 - Adult Winner - Black-tipped Reef Shark and Coral Reef
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said: MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Chape/REX (4105696i)
Category 6 - Adult Winner - Black-tipped Reef Shark and Coral Reef
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said: MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Chape/REX (4105696i)
Category 6 - Adult Winner - Black-tipped Reef Shark and Coral Reef
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said: MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Chape/REX (4105696i)
Category 6 - Adult Winner - Black-tipped Reef Shark and Coral Reef
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Schwarzspitzen-Riffhai und Korallenriff. Bild: Dukas/Stuart Chape

Das Zebra, perfekt ins rechte Licht gerückt.

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sally Kilpin/REX (4105696g)
Category 3 Weird and Wonderful - Adult Winner A STRIKING POSE
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said: MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sally Kilpin/REX (4105696g)
Category 3 Weird and Wonderful - Adult Winner A STRIKING POSE
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said: MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sally Kilpin/REX (4105696g)
Category 3 Weird and Wonderful - Adult Winner A STRIKING POSE
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said: MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sally Kilpin/REX (4105696g)
Category 3 Weird and Wonderful - Adult Winner A STRIKING POSE
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Dukas/Sally Kilpin

Ein springender Eselspinguin.

MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Tom Way/REX (4105696d)
Category 1 Perfect Moment - Jumping Gentoo
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Tom Way/Rex/dukas

Nicht schon wieder Regen!!

MANDATORY CREDIT: **SEE INDIVIDUAL CREDITS/Rex Features. Only for use in story about ZSL animal photography prize winners 2014.
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jason Brown/REX (4105696e)
Category 3 Weird and Wonderful Highly Commended Adult - Singing in the Rain
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Dukas/Jason Brown

«Rajang» heisst dieses Bild. Was ein bisschen gemein ist, denn das ist der Name eines Monsters in einem Video-Game.

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Sarah Kilshaw/REX (4105696b)
JUNIOR WINNER - Category 2 Winner - Rajang, FULL BODY
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Dukas/Sarah Kilshaw

Näher kommen wir heute wohl nicht mehr an einen Distelfalter heran.

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Alex Berryman/REX (4105696f)
Category 4 Size Matters - Junior Winner - Painted Lady
ZSL London Zoo Reveal Animal Photography 2014 Prize Winners
ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014 winners have been revealed today. 

The Zoological Society of London are exhibiting the winning images from the annual photography competition.
 
A stunning image of a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis), framed by a backdrop of jungle foliage as it snares its prey with alarming accuracy, is today (Thursday) revealed as the winning image of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014.
 
Captured by photographer Simone Sbaraglia, the photograph has been awarded the coveted top prize in the third annual animal photography competition, run by international conservation charity, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). 

The winning photograph, picked from thousands of entries, will be on display at ZSL London Zoo from Friday 19 September. 
 
Mr Sbaraglia spent days waiting to capture the perfect shot, in a bid to encourage more people to connect with nature. He said:

Bild: Dukas/Alex Berryman

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