The entries for the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have started rolling in - and as usual they're so silly and ridiculously cute.
From cheeky squirrels that have been busy with their camera's lately, to farting penguin and space monkeys they do not disappoint. You'll find it hard to keep a straight face with the below images.
The closing date is not until June 30th, so if you have any of your own funny images to enter, you've still got time - click here to do so.
The organisers say this year they are really trying to encourage people to think about what they can do to make a conservation difference on this planet of our.
READ: TL;DR landmark UN Climate Change report: Close to 1 million species at risk
Co-founded by Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE and Tom Sullam, both professional photographers, they say they wanted to create a photographic competition that focused on the lighter side of wildlife.
And let’s face it - who can fail to laugh, hoot and giggle at beautiful wildlife doing impossibly funny things.
But most importantly though, the competition’s mission is to promote the conservation of wildlife and their habitats, through humorous and light-hearted imagery and a positive message. Through their partnership with The Born Free Foundation, who are once again the official competition partners, they are helping to ensure that this planet’s wildlife is there for the next generation.