Mattias Klum Wildlife Photography

Adorable nature and wildlife photography by Mattias Klum.

I love National Geographic’s nature and wildlife documentaries! That’s why I’m pleased to present you some adorable images taken by Mattias Klum, one of my favorite wildlife photographers and filmmakers. As a photographer, filmmaker and conservationist, Mattias Klum’s aim is to use sincere documentaries to affect a positive change in the world. He is traveling the world to produce breathtaking footage that shows the beauty of our world. As National Geographic fellow, he is capable to visit the most remote places on earth. In addition, Mattias Klum is a WWF and IUCN ambassador and he works as a professional speaker to raise awareness for our fragile environment.

Below you can see some amazing examples of Mattias Klum’s nature and wildlife photographs ranging from shots at the cold polar region to the rainforests of Indonesia. For more of his images, feel free and have a look at his website or follow his Instagram account.

A baby orphaned orangutan wearing diapers in the Nyaru Menteng rehabilitation center in Central Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia.
A baby orphaned orangutan wearing diapers in the Nyaru Menteng rehabilitation center in Central Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia.
View of the rich waters of the Raja Ampat archipelago of Western Papua, Indonesia.
View of the rich waters of the Raja Ampat archipelago of Western Papua, Indonesia. This beautiful area is known as one of the richest marine ecosystems in the world.
A female polar bear and her cubs take a snooze.
A female polar bear and her cubs take a snooze. Photographer Mattias Klum says polar bears nap almost anywhere and any time, especially after a successful hunt.
An endangered African Wild dog.
An endangered African Wild dog. A rare portrait taken by National Geographic photographer and filmmaker Mattias Klum.
Ice bergs shaped by water, sun, and wind.
Ice bergs shaped by water, sun, and wind. Like two pieces of art, these ice bergs floated near the Antarctic peninsula.
Baby orangutans are wheeled to a place where they can take a nap.
Baby orangutans in the Nyaru Menteng rehabilitation center in Central Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia are wheeled to a place where they can take a nap.
The deadly fangs of Jameson's mamba.
The deadly fangs of a Jameson’s mamba displayed by herpetologist Zoltan Takacs. This beauty can kill you within 30 to 120 minutes. The image has been taken by National Geographic photographer and filmmaker Mattias Klum. The snake has been caught to take a blood sample and a RNA test before the beautiful animal has been released back in the forest.
This river wanders across the volcanic landscape of Landmannalaugur, Iceland.
This river wanders across the volcanic landscape of Landmannalaugur, Iceland. A stunning shot taken by nature and wildlife photographer Mattias Klum at a helicopter flight.
Two juvenile meerkats photographed by Mattias Klum while playing.
Two juvenile meerkats photographed by Mattias Klum while playing. Meerkats are also called suricates. They are perfect team players. Some act as lookouts, while others work as guards to protect the group.

All images © by Mattias Klum. Feel free to find more inspiring images in our popular Photography section. The category includes a wide range of amazing work captured by some of the most talented photographers from all over the world.

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