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14-year-old Indian boy wins Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year award
Udayan's photo - Mother's little headful - shows baby gharials taking a ride on a female ghariyal's head in the Chambal river.
Udayan Rao Pawar, a 14-year-old photographer from India, is the grand title winner of the 2013 Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year award organised by UK's Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.
Udayan's photo - Mother's little headful - shows baby gharials taking a ride on a female ghariyal's back in the Chambal river in Madhya Pradesh. Udayan used a Canon EOS 550D with 100-400mm lens to capture the award-winning photograph.
Udayan is a class IX student of Gwalior's Little Angels High School.
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