King Penguin chicks, South Georgia Island (Art Wolfe)
List 07 April

11 playful photographs of the world’s most remote wildlife, by Art Wolfe

From Bolivia's Altiplano to South Georgia Island, Art Wolfe ventures to far-flung corners of the world to photograph animals – capturing them at their perky and playful best

Brown bear, Katmai National Park, Alaska (Art Wolfe)

Brown bear, Katmai National Park, Alaska (Art Wolfe)

Bald eagle in flight, Katami National Park, Alaska, USA (Art Wolfe)

Bald eagle in flight, Katami National Park, Alaska, USA (Art Wolfe)

Southern elephant seal pups, South Georgia Island (Art Wolfe)

Southern elephant seal pups, South Georgia Island (Art Wolfe)

Andean flamingos, Eduardo Averroa Andean Fauna Reserve, Bolivia (Art Wolfe)

Andean flamingos, Eduardo Averroa Andean Fauna Reserve, Bolivia (Art Wolfe)

Three-toed sloth, Manú National Park, Peru (Art Wolfe)

Three-toed sloth, Manú National Park, Peru (Art Wolfe)

Parson's chameleon, Madagascar (Art Wolfe)

Parson's chameleon, Madagascar (Art Wolfe)

Sifaka lemurs, Madagascar (Art Wolfe)

Sifaka lemurs, Madagascar (Art Wolfe)

Blue-headed parrots, Manú National Park, Peru (Art Wolfe)

Blue-headed parrots, Manú National Park, Peru (Art Wolfe)

King penguin chicks, South Georgia Island (Art Wolfe)

King penguin chicks, South Georgia Island (Art Wolfe)

Polka-dot tree frog, Manú National Park, Peru (Art Wolfe)

Polka-dot tree frog, Manú National Park, Peru (Art Wolfe)

Hippopotamus and calves, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya (Art Wolfe)

Hippopotamus and calves, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya (Art Wolfe)

Wildlife photographer Art Wolfe travels to some of the most remote areas of the world to photograph the magnificent wildlife that thrives in these testing destinations.

A new 13-part series, Art Wolfe Travels To The Edge, reveals the various habitats through high definition – and is now available to stream on Amazon.

For more information visit Travels To The Edge and artwolfe.com