You voted for your favourite photo in our British Wildlife Photography of the Year Exhibition and now we can reveal the winner of the public vote.
Sadly our exhibition of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017 has now come to an end but we're delighted to say it proved incredibly popular.
Although the gongs had been handed out before our exhibition opened, visitors were given the chance to vote for their own winners and leave their comments.
Clearly, the breadth of talent and photography impressed our visitors as competition was fierce, but we are delighted to say we can now announce the three most popular photographs from our exhibition...
In third place, Grumpy Mountain Hare by David Walker
In second place, Balancing Act by Ian Watson
And your Horniman public vote winner is, Peeking Red Fox Cub by Luke Wilkinson
Congratulations to Luke, whose shot of this young cub was clearly too cute for our visitors to ignore.
You can read more about wildlife photography in our interviews with the photographers from this exhibition on our blog.