Award-winning entries from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition are currently on exhibition at Seaton Station.

On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the 100 images capture fascinating animal behaviours and the diversity of the natural world, while reminding us of the fragility of our planet.

The prestigious photography contest was founded in 1965 and now attracts more than 48,000 entries from 100 countries around the world.

Dr Tim Littlewood, director of science at the Natural History Museum and member of the competition's judging panel, commented: "For more than 50 years this competition has attracted the world's very best photographers. Photography has a unique ability to spark conversation, debate and even action. We hope this year's exhibition will empower people to think differently about our planet and our critical role in its future."

Seaton Tramway will host a series of events linked to the photography exhibition, including wild art workshops for families and creative writing sessions for adult beginners.

The Wildlife & Landscape Photography Trams will also return for a second year running, giving budding and advanced photographers exclusive access to the Axe Valley, plus tips and tricks from an experienced guide.

The exhibit is part of an international tour and will remain in Seaton until Friday, April 3. Entry is £5 for adults and free for under-16s.

For more information on the accompanying workshops, and to book tickets, visit the Seaton Tramway website.