Your lunch is in the freezer
Friday 21 October 1994
This attracted 12,100 entries from 50 countries, and the best of them - over 100 photographs - are on show at the Natural History Museum from today until 26 February. Among the runners-up, in the 'Urban and Garden Wildlife' category, is another photograph (right) by Mangelsen, who lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It shows a bald eagle eating prey while perched on a sign in the shape of a salmon, which advertises a fish market near Kachemak Bay in Alaska.
The exhibition is open 10am-5.50pm Monday-Saturday, 11am-5.50pm on Sunday.
Admission is pounds 5 (adults), pounds 2.50 children (aged 5-17) and concessions, pounds 13.50 family ticket (two adults and four children)
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