Huge storms and tiny scorpions feature in wildlife photography exhibition

Posted On 27 Apr 2015 at 6:06 pm

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is celebrating its 50th birthday with a trip to Brighton.

53 - Fransisco Negroni

By Fransisco Negroni

The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is hosting the show, which features 100 photographs, from a pride of lions to the tiniest of spiders.

And intriguing and unusual items from the museum’s own natural history collections not currently on display will be out to view and touch.

They include all kinds of creatures including a gorilla, a pangolin and even a giant anteater. There will also be a dedicated exhibition explainer in the gallery to answer questions and elaborate on the collections.

By Carlos Perez Naval

By Carlos Perez Naval

Head of Royal Pavilion and Museums Janita Bagshawe said; “We are delighted to be hosting such a prestigious and world-class exhibition as Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for visitors to experience the incredible talent on display in an inspirational setting in the cultural heart of Brighton.”

The Brighton exhibition is part of an international tour across six continents.

To book tickets for this exhibition call the events booking line on 03000 390902 or online at


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