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Bison and horses are re-establishing a natural balance in the area by eating dangerous and invasive plants.
A swarm of ants flying over the UK was so big on Friday that it was picked up on radar and confused for rain, the Met Office has said.
Investing in nature could also benefit the economy.
Hyper-realistic cakes are all the rage on Twitter, but have you ever eaten a cake as in-touch with nature as these?
Tianna Johnson on why black girls don't go camping and how exploring the great outdoors is a form of privilege.
WWF and the Mental Health Foundation have launched a guidebook exploring what nature can do for us and we can do for nature.
"We'll find a use for most things to stop them going to landfill."
Could more industrial wastelands turn into nature reserves to help promote biodiversity?
For UNDP's Mission 1.5 campaign, climate-conscious influencers speak up about their dedication to the planet.
It was the size of the Netherlands, and now is barely visible. What happened to this Chinese desert?
A research team in Australia is using cloud-based technology to support conservation efforts worldwide.
The natural phenomenon is drawing visitors who are swimming and surfing in the luminous waves.
They didn't lack the necessary equipment either: there were whiteboards, tables and even hand sanitiser.
Jaguars, pumas and other animals have taken over a Guatemalan national park.
Studies show that growing plants can reduce stress and anxiety and even improve productivity when working at home.
Although some animal species have worked out how to thrive in manmade environments, many more are struggling.
This trippy new London exhibit will spark your fungal fascination.