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Top Shot: Meet the Kraken

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“During a dive, a huge octopus, annoyed by my presence, tried to take away my camera,” writes Your Shot photographer Guerino Salvatore. “I did not let myself be intimidated and I took a couple of shots. This is one of those shots.” Photograph by Guerino Salvatore

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Top Shot: 99% Human

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Your Shot photographer Carmer Huter made this portrait of a mountain gorilla in October 2017. “Despite it only lasting a split-second, this eye-to-eye moment with an alpha male gorilla in Uganda is a memory I shall cherish for the rest of my life,” Carmen writes. Mountain gorillas, a subspecies of the Eastern gorillas, are considered critically endangered due to war, human disease, habitat loss and poaching. Photograph by Carmen Huter

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Top Shot: Under Protection

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Your Shot photographer Boris Barabáš captured this image of a young curious silvery langur embraced by his mum. “You may ask, why is he not “silvery”?“ writes Barabáš. "This is due to the fact that youngsters are born as bright orange. Only later, is their fur transformed into grey/silver.” Photograph by Boris Barabáš