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A well-captured animal photograph can leave netizens in awe. The photos of Kabini Forest's elusive Black Panther is perhaps the best example from recent times.
Some amazingly well-captured animal pictures have gone viral on social media this year. However, there were a few standouts that will be remembered for many years.
In India, some mesmerisng shots of the elusive Black Panther went viral on the internet. The photographer, Shaaz Jung, said he spent the last five years and 12 hours every day tracking the panther.
Another remarkable picture that won the Viewbugs Safari Wildlife Photo Contest showed a rare leopard relaxing on a tree. Titled 'Leopard at Rest', the photo was shared by @naturesart on social media.
Now, a photo showing two widowed penguins comforting each other while staring into the distance at Melbourne's St. Kilda Pier has bagged a prize at Oceanographic magazine's Ocean Photograph Awards 2020.
The photo, which was taken by Tobias Baumgaertner in Melbourne, won the Community Choice award. However, the picture had already garnered a lot of praise back in Match when it was shred on Instagram by Tobias.