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Pictures: Amazing wildlife photography

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.
Walter Lovell's photo of a frog with its frogspawn.
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 snap of a jellyfish won the overall competition.
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 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 incredible picture of a yawning fox was taken by 16-year-old Oliver Wilks 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.
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.
Scorpion Fly on a Leaf (Image: Leslie Holburn/BWPA)