Check out the winners of the British Wildlife Photography Awards - one of the winners is just eight years-old!
Here are some spectacular snaps of animals from the British Wildlife Photography Awards. This photo of a frog checking its frogspawn was taken by eight-year-old Walter Lovell and won the Young Photographers category.
This snap of a jellyfish won the overall competition. It was taken by Richard Shucksmith off an island in Scotland where there are loads of interesting marine life,
This grey heron is dashing across the water after grabbing a tasty snack! It was taken by Andrew Parkinson Derbyshire, and won the award for capturing animal behaviour.
This incredible picture of a yawning fox won the 12-18 year olds category. It was taken by Oliver Wilks, who is 16, at a nature reserve in West Sussex.
This photo shows the moment a flock of starlings flew away from a tree. It won the award for urban wildlife and was taken by David Biggs.
Hidden Britain category winner, Leslie Holburn, took this one: Scorpion Fly on a Leaf. She took it in a wildlife pond in her garden in County Durham. Leslie was watching for dragonflies and damselfles when she noticed the insect. "On went the wellies and in I went," she said.