CHICAGO (CBS)—You probably won’t ever get close enough to see a leopard’s whiskers if you’re in Chicago.
But the Field Museum is bringing up-close images of wildlife to the public with a new exhibit, “Wildlife Photographer of the Year,” showcasing life behind the lens of a wildlife photographer.READ MORE: R. Kelly Found Guilty Of All Counts In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering Trial
The exhibit opens today and will focus on the breathtaking photos that earned photographers the honor of “Wildlife Photographer of the Year.”READ MORE: Chicago Collegiate High School Student Facing Possible Charges After Bringing Loaded Gun To School
The images were taken by both professional and amateur photographers, who snapped awe-worthy photos of landscapes, animals and plants.MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Fast Temperature Drop Monday Afternoon
The exhibit will stay open until January of 2020.