Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

October 28, 2021

© Lukasz Bożychki

Eye of a Toad, by Lukasz Bożychki (Poland).

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Natural winners

This winter, Canadians can see one of the top photography competitions in the world, whether home is on the East or West Coast. Co-owned by the UK’s BBC and the Natural History Museum, Wildlife Photographer of the Year celebrates nature and wildlife through 100 pics selected from over 12,000 international entries received in 2012. The competition is open to amateurs and professionals alike: this year’s young photographer of the year is 14-year-old Udayan Rao Pawar for a shot of the endangered gharial; the grand title winner is Greg du Toit for an elephant with its swaying trunk and flapping ears (you’ll have to buy tickets to see both!). The 49th edition is on now through March 23 at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum (tel: 416-586-8000;; adults $21) and through April 6 at Victoria’s Royal BC Museum (tel: 250-356-7226;; adults $16).

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