A perfectly timed and amusing portrait of urban wildlife, showing a punch up between two mice on a London Underground station platform, is the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year LUMIX People's Choice award for 2019.
28,000 nature photography fans voted and Bristol-based photographer Sam Rowley's ‘Station squabble’ emerged as the winner.
Sam's image was chosen from a shortlist of 25 images that were chosen by the Natural History Museum from over 48,000 images that were submitted for the 2019 competition. The image will be displayed in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London until it closes on 31 May 2020.
A full rundown of the 25 shortlisted images can be seen below:
You can see the overall winners of this year's competition at the NHM Wildlife Photographer of the Year website.
The book featuring the 2019 winner is now on sale - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019: Portfolio 29 is now on sale costing £25 / $39.95.
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