Denmark's Zoological Museum displays 65 close-up photographs of African wildlife by Danish zoologist and animal photographer Mogens Trolle.
The images on display were selected from the more than 65,000 photographs taken by Trolle over the last year in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana.
As the exhibition title suggests, the photographer managed to get near enough to the animals to engage in eye contact.
One of the most impressive shots was taken in Botswana showing three lionesses eating a young bull elephant that they had killed earlier.
Trolle also got up close to hippos, meerkats and leopards, among other animals.