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Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition in the world returns to the ROM for the sixth year in a row.

Whether you’re a nature lover, aspiring photographer, or simply love a perfectly captured moment, you will appreciate the talent and technical expertise required to photograph such rare and surprising glimpses of the diverse life on this planet.

New for 2018-19: Every photo tells a story. Explore the story behind one finalist’s photograph as you enter the underwater world of a coral reef. Learn about the vast diversity of life on a reef, the value of ROM research, and the impact humans have on the survival of coral reefs in this immersive and interactive ROM original addition.

Monday, January 21

More dates through March 31, 2019

Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6

Event Type

Museums, Galleries & Exhibitions


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