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'In Search of Lost Time': Original manuscript restored in France
Conservators at the National Library of France have spent hundreds of hours restoring 75 pages of Marcel Proust's "In search of Lost Time", published in 1913. But what is so special about this manuscript?
The jungle environmentalist saving elephants in Thailand
"We must find a way to coexist with nature as our populations rise. As wild spaces shrink, we will bump up against nature."
Scientists find ‘long-extinct’ giant tortoise alive in the Galápagos
The last known ‘fantastic giant tortoise’ was found in 1906. Now, scientists have discovered another one.
Why we need to save ugly fish from extinction
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Germans ordered to lockdown their cats or face €50,000 fine - but why?
A new ban on outdoor cats aims to protect the crested lark, but animal welfare charities are not convinced.
This resort in the Maldives is offering a dream internship opportunity
The lucky candidate will help Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu Resort’s in-house marine educator.
How are 'ecotourists' giving these rare iguanas a sweet tooth?
The endangered animals are so addicted to the sweet snack that they rush to the beach when they hear boats arriving.
Pet monkeys are pushing this tiny marmoset to the brink of extinction
In Brazil, invasive species compete with native marmosets for food, habitat and even reproductive partners, jeopardising their survival in the future.
What is 'de-extinction' and can animals be brought back from the dead?
The world-class research lab will look at developing new technology to resurrect species that are long gone.
Saving these 1,000 plants from extinction could feed millions
Over 1,000 plants could help solve vitamin B deficiencies but are underused.
Why are rare eagles falling from the sky in the US?
Hunters are killing American eagles - but not in the way you would think.
Scientists trial vaccine for ‘deadly disease’ killing Asian elephants
The virus has been a nightmare for zoos and is now being reported in wild herds of endangered Asian elephants too.
Only 10% of Brits realise the human consequences of biodiversity loss
The planet’s biodiversity is collapsing and research has revealed that we need to take the threat more seriously.
Why has a tree been named after Leonardo DiCaprio?
A ghost orchid, a toothy mushroom and a killer tobacco plant are also among the pantheon of recently named plants.
Return of the tequila fish gives scientists something to cheer about
The 7cm fish has been reintroduced to Mexico nearly 20 years after it disappeared from the wild.
The Indonesian conservationists saving endangered gibbons
“We can now only sometimes hear the sounds of the gibbons in the morning or evening. Before, according to locals, it used to be very noisy.”
An album of birds squawking has beaten Mariah Carey this Christmas
The tweets of 53 species facing the risk of extinction were recorded over nearly four decades.
Thailand is reopening, but it doesn’t want everyone back
The country is aiming to ditch mass tourism by encouraging 'quality' visitors.
This Scotsman walked across Canada to save the Highland forest
Michael Yellowlees and his dog, Luna, completed an 8,000-kilometre trek across Canada to raise money to rewild the Scottish highlands.
Bottom trawling is rife in Spain’s waters, new report shows
The protected status of Spain’s coastal waters is "a mirage" for endangered turtles and other species, say ocean campaigners.
Welcome to the rugged Cornish island run by seals
Conservation volunteers are camping for four months on Looe Island, Cornwall, to protect its wildlife and environment.
How are these everyday objects fighting wildlife crime in Africa?
This first of its kind initiative lets you own part of the International Anti-Poaching Foundation’s story.
Birth of a rare Arabian leopard cub raises hopes of saving the species
There are only 200 Arabian leopards left in the wild.
How Antarctica is helping in the climate fight and how to protect it
Not even the most remote place on Earth has been spared from man-made damage. Here’s how we can protect Antarctica and why it’s important to act now.
These ordinary animals secretly glow in the dark
Experts say they are still unclear on the reason why some animals glow under ultraviolet light.
‘Amazon of Europe’ is first UNESCO biosphere to cover five nations
Five European countries have come together to officiate the biggest transnational UNESCO biosphere reserve.