You're looking at Nima Sarikhani's 'Ice Bed', which won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award. The British amateur photographer spent three days looking for polar bears off the coast of Norway before discovering one sleeping on an iceberg.
Wildlife photographers and wildlife enthusiasts from around the world were invited to vote on a shortlist of 25 photographs.
Four more outstanding finalists were "highly commended".
‘The Happy Turtle’ by Tzahi Finkelstein
Tzahi Finkelstein was in his disguise, photographing coastal birds, when he noticed a Balkan pond turtle strolling in the shallows.
The dragonfly unexpectedly rested on the turtle's nose.
‘Starling Murmuration’, by Daniel Dencescu
Daniel Dencescu spent hours pursuing starlings across Rome and its suburbs.
Finally, on a cloudless winter day, the murmuration formed the shape of a large bird.
‘Shared Parenting’ by Mark Boyd
Two lionesses had gone hunting, leaving the pride's five cubs to hide overnight amid deep bushes in Kenya's Maasai Mara.
After their unsuccessful trip, they summoned the cubs out onto the wide grassland and began grooming.
‘Aurora Jellies’ by Audun Rikardsen.
Audun Rikardsen utilised a self-made waterproof enclosure to adjust focus and aperture during a single exposure while moon jellyfish swarmed in a fjord outside Tromsø, illuminated by the aurora borealis.
The five photos will be displayed online and at London's Natural History Museum until June 30.