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These are the funniest animals of 2015

Last updated on: December 17, 2015 07:59 IST
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Funny wildlife photographs are extremely rare to come by. Hence, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are all about honouring exceptional field photography that also happens to be hilarious -- planned or not. 

The contest, was founded by photographer Paul Joynson-Hicks, who is passionate about conversation, and is adamant that no animals be harmed during the photo shoot.

Here are some of the funniest entries from that competition

These baby baboons look like they are the best friends forever! Photographer: Tony Dilger/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


This seal is amused to death, and only he knows why! Photographer: Julie Hunt/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 


This little squirrel is conjuring up her telepathic powers, beware! Photographer: Yuzuru Masuda/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Mister gorilla here seems to have found something interesting while exploring his rather large nostrils! Photographer: Oli Dreike/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


This baby hippo does not look one wee bit happy about the bird intrusion! Photographer: Marc Mol/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Angry bird goes wing-gliding. Photographer: Charlie Davidson/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Yes? This owl family has one question for you. Photographer: Graham McGeorge/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Get outta my way!. Photographer: Julian Rad/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


This is the best way to get inside a rabbit's hole. Trust the cheetah!. Photographer: Mohammed Alnaser/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Enemy spotted. Charlie Bravo Zero. Over!. Photographer: William Richardson/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


This little hamster makes you ponder over the meaning of the phrase 'tearing hurry'. Photographer: Julian Rad/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


Whoot? Me? Photographer: Megan Lorenz/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


'The foosa. They're always annoying us by trespassing, interrupting our parties, and ripping our limbs off.' Photographer: Alison Buttgieg/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

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