An exhibition of 50 stunning wildlife photographs will be shown at Melbourne Zoo for the very first time
A world-first exhibition of 50 jaw-dropping wildlife photographs is being shown at Melbourne Zoo, giving visitors a look at some of the world's most beautiful creatures in their native habitat.
The photographs come from one of the world's best-known wildlife publication, National Geographic. The pictures were taken by some of National Geographic's most renowned photographers, including Paul Nicklen and David Doubilet. They reflect some of the best pictures published during the 130 years of the magazine's history. National Geographic published its very first animal image in 1903, a reindeer.
Alongside the exhibition is an augmented-reality work called Air, Land & Sea. Visitors are able to look inside a watering hole as a range of animals, from all over the world, come to drink.
Entry to the exhibition is included with zoo entry.