Featuring a very sleepy polar bear, arguing penguins, and the rarest species of wild dog in the world.
Want to see a troublemaking penguin? What about a startling starling murmuration? A curious lion cub? A very very sleepy polar bear? Well, you, dear reader, have lucked out.
All of the above appear in the shortlist for the Natural History Museum's annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice awards. But which picture is best? That's up to you – the museum has invited all photography fans to select their favourites.
There are 25 amazing images to choose from, so head on over to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year's People's Choice page to vote for your winner.
But before you do, take a look through our gallery of all of the images in the running for this year's prestigious award.