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Go ahead. Laugh. The Comedy in Wildlife Photography contest has chosen its winners. Angela Bohlke's photo of a red fox hunting for a vole, missing, and face-planting in the snow was the contest's big winner, claiming both the overall and on the land categories. The photo was taken in Yellowstone National Park. Bohlke won a seven-night safari in Kenya as well as a camera prize package from Nikon.

Caption by / Photo by Angela Bohlke/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Caroline Tout won one of the highly commended certificates for her photo of a komodo dragon appearing to exit a toilet in Indonesia.

Caption by / Photo by Caroline Tout/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Philip Marazzi won a highly commended certificate for his image of a mother polar bear snoozing while her energetic cub gives the camera a wave. The photo was taken in Manitoba, Canada.

Caption by / Photo by Philip Marazzi/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Photographer Alison Mees snapped a shot of this male zebra grinning for the camera in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.

Caption by / Photo by Alison Mees/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

A mother-son leopard pair have a playful fight, with photographer Ross Couper snapping a hilarious end result, in Singita Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa.

Caption by / Photo by CWPA /The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Artyom Krivosheev snapped this photo of a Russian frog who appears to have a big smile for the camera.

Caption by / Photo by Artyom Krivosheev/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Adam Parsons won one of the contest's highly commended certificates with his image of a bear appearing to have wings growing from its head.

Caption by / Photo by Adam Parsons/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Patricia Bauchman spotted a pair of bighorn rams goofing around in Gardiner, Montana,

Caption by / Photo by Patricia Bauchman/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Image

Austin Thomas found a pair of lions in the Maasai Mara game reserve in Kenya, and one of them looks like she finds something hilarious.

Caption by / Photo by Austin Thomas/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Megan Lorenz snapped this image of a wide-eyed burrowing owlet posing in front of a GoPro in Florida.

Caption by / Photo by Megan Lorenz/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

George Dian Balan snapped a photo of two Kenyan rhinos standing in such a way that they appear to form the rarest creature in all of Africa and beyond.

Caption by / Photo by George Dian Balan/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/BarcroftImages

Aw, shucks. Barb D'Arpino found an eastern chipmunk stuffing its cheeks with corn in Wasaga Beach, Ontario, Canada.

Caption by / Photo by Barb D'Arpino/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Brenden Simonson snapped this photo of a little leopard tortoise riding on a friend's back in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania.

Caption by / Photo by Brenden Simonson/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Photographer Charles Kinsey captures a pair of seemingly headless penguins on South Georgia Island, a British territory in the Southern Atlantic Ocean.

Caption by / Photo by Charles Kinsey/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Tom Stables won one of the highly commended certificates for this portrait of a buffalo having a bad day in Meru National Park, Kenya.

Caption by / Photo by Tom Stables/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images

Nicholas De Vaulx captured this image of a snow monkey in Japan who's itching to start a snowball fight.

Caption by / Photo by Nicholas De Vaulx/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/BarcroftImages

Michael Erwin snapped a photo of a harvest mouse in a precarious position in Cheshire, England.

Caption by / Photo by Michael Erwin/The Comedy Wildlife Awards/Barcroft Images
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