The Natural History Museum in London announced its prize winners for "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" and has displayed some incredible scenes from nature.

A haunting image of a red fox holding a freshly killed Arctic fox (above) took top prize. 

The photo titled "A Tale of Two Foxes" was captured in the wilds of North Manitoba by Canadian photographer Don Gutoski.

Jury member Kathy Moran said the photo serves as "a stark example of climate change, with red foxes encroaching on Arctic fox territory," and "is one of the strongest single storytelling photographs I have seen."

An amazing photo of male ruffs going at it in Norway won grand prize for the young photographers category. Ondřej Pelánek took this once-in-a-lifetime photo at just 14 years old.

Here are more jaw-dropping photos from the competition.

Watch Shepard's report below for more information about the photos, and click here for high-quality versions of the images.