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Photographer Wayne Osborn spotted this male humpback calf 65 feet deep in the waters off the Vava'u Island group in the Kingdom of Tonga.

Most popular wildlife photos of the year show mice duking it out in the London Underground and a baby leopard carrying an anaconda

Front-runners in the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year people's choice awards showcase bonds between pairs of mates and mothers and babies.
"Why did the sloth cross the road?" by Andrew Whitworth.

A sloth crossing the road and monkeys munching on McDonald’s are some of the year’s best nature photos

Prize-winning pictures show animals and humans are a lot alike — and the animal kingdom never ceases to amaze.
An image from Xavi Bou's project Ornitographies.

A photographer captures giant flocks of birds at the perfect moment so they look like mesmerizing, moving sculptures

Flocks of feathered fowl in fantastical shapes are the subject of Catalan photographer Xavi Bou's spellbinding project.

WATCH: US-born panda Bei Bei just flew to China for the first time on a private FedEx plane with all-he-can-eat bamboo

16-hour flights are no joke. Thankfully, Bei Bei also had apples, pears, sweet potatoes and biscuits.
Savuti (Chobe National Park), Botswana.

An awkwardly timed photo of an adorable lion cub is the funniest animal photo of 2019

A lion cub swiping at something humans prefer wiping has gotten the last laugh as the year's funniest animal photo.
Leopards show their love.

15 photos that show what love looks like in the animal kingdom

From playful scuffles to furry nuzzles, here are photos of animals that will make you feel warm and fuzzy.

20 breathtaking photos of manatees in honor of Manatee Awareness Month

Manatees have captured our imagination for centuries. These gentle giants, also known as sea cows, happen to be very photogenic.
The Moment by Yongqing Bao, China.

A life-or-death photo of a fox attempting to capture a marmot just won the most prestigious wildlife photography award

The Moment, by Yongqing Bao, features a Tibetan fox and a marmot, capturing "the drama and intensity of nature."
Author Erin Brodwin having a moment with Duggar the three-fingered sloth.

I spent a day at a Costa Rican sloth sanctuary, and it was one of the most magical moments of my life

Costa Rica's Sloth Sanctuary takes in abandoned or physically disabled sloths and gives them a new chance at life, and I got to visit the magical place.
Can you find the spider in the sand?

Can you spot the camouflaged animals in these photos?

Chameleons aren't the only animals that can blend in with their surroundings. These 15 creatures are also masters of disguise. Can you spot them?