Time is running out to experience the best wildlife photography from the furthest corners of our world.
Skilful hunters, wild mating rituals and dramatic vistas, have all been captured in Shell Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2006.
This exhibition of the world's most striking natural moments runs at the Natural History Museum until 29 April 2007 .
The 2006 exhibition had 18,000 entries from 55 countries and the 94 winning images are on display, including Göran Ehlmé's image Beast of the sediment, and Rick Stanley's image The dilemma.
Shell Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine and the exhibition ends on 29 April 2007.