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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.
Zoos are in the midst of a crisis that will take years to recover from even if the lockdown were to end at the beginning of June, it's been claimed.
The much-loved species is under threat all over the world.
After a decade in captivity, two beluga whales will be released into the first whale sanctuary in the world.
The Whitley Awards showcase grassroots organisations fighting extinction in the Global South.
Unique whistling sounds are being attributed to bottlenose dolphins in Australia in an effort to boost conservation.
Could drones be the key to supporting other conservation efforts in remote locations?
A newly growing population could provide critical help for Brazil's endangered ecosystems.
Orangutans share 97 per cent of their DNA with humans so a rehabilitation centre in Indonesia decided to take extra care.
Chester Zoo conservationists did a 'virtual zoo day' on Instagram with a family of red pandas.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) reported a population growth of around 2.5 per cent each year between 2012 and 2018.
The world's biggest conservation project to date has ambitions of biblical proportions.
The slaughter of a white female and her calf leaves just one lone male alive in the country.
The population is doing well, they're no longer threatened by poachers in the country's forests.
Although some animal species have worked out how to thrive in manmade environments, many more are struggling.
Pangaia - which means all inclusive of Mother Earth - is determined to protect animals.
We’re wondering how much effect our binge watching of Blue Planet really has on climate change.
This summer, visitors keen to experience the turquoise water and white sand of Pelosa Beach will have to pay €3.50 and wear a biodegradable bracelet.
The new tool that is poised to change the way eco crime is dealt with around the world.
Providing crucial nesting sites for the seabirds, this island is being restored to its former glory.
The pictures show sealife under threat from becoming tangled in netting.
She is thought to be linked to Lonesome George, who died in 2012 and was the last known tortoise of the Pinta Island (Chelonoidis abingdonii) species.
This trippy new London exhibit will spark your fungal fascination.
High-end tourism helped pull Seychelles from the brink of financial ruin after the 2008 economic crisis.
The island nation has become the first place in the world to ban sunscreen that is toxic to coral reefs. On 1 January the island also became a marine sanctuary, closing 80% of its waters to fishing.