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The ugliest fish are the most in need of our help - here’s how our shallow beauty bias is threatening the planet.
Tanzania's ban on live animal exports is back after one day of outrage
The controversial decision was reversed not long after it caused public outrage in the East African nation.
Illegal donkey skin is being sold alongside human hair on social media
More than 4.8 million donkeys are killed for their skins a year, the charity estimates, in the most comprehensive look at the illicit industry yet.
Birds are falling from the sky as severe heatwave scorches India
Health officials in Gujarat have asked animal hospitals to set up special wards for heat stroke.
Illegal loggers in Vietnam train as jungle tour guides
Illegal loggers in Vietnam are getting a chance at an honest living, thanks to one adventure tourism company.
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.
Turkey: flamingos bring colours to the Lake Eber
Lake Eber, one of Afyonkarahisar's (Turkey) most important natural wealth, was recently coloured by flamingos, whose numbers have recently increased.
Want to be a responsible tourist? Avoid these wildlife experiences
If you want to see wild animals on your holiday, make sure you do it ethically.
Supersized goldfish are shocking locals in this region of Canada
Goldfish are thriving in Canada’s stormwater ponds and affecting local ecosystems.
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.
Chile’s mysterious fish death phenomenon is perplexing scientists
Shocking footage has captured the moment thousands of dead fish were discovered on a Chilean beach - an unexplained phenomenon that has perplexed scientists around the world.
Why did this huge flock of blackbirds suddenly drop dead in Mexico?
The moment hundreds of yellow-headed blackbirds drop dead in a Mexican street has been captured on security camera footage
'Lions of Lockdown' rescued from French circus freed in South Africa
The Born Free Foundation says the sanctuary will be "the next best thing to the wild" for the lions who spent years in "appalling conditions" in French circuses.
WWF selling NFTs is ‘astonishingly stupid’ say environmentalists
The wildlife charity is hoping that the NFTs will help fund vital conservation efforts but critics have questioned how green they really are.
These solar-powered motorbikes are a poacher's worst nightmare
Anti-poaching rangers on petrol-powered bikes can be heard up to 45 minutes before they arrive so this Swedish company has come up with a solution.
Is social media really the ‘new eBay’ for endangered cheetahs?
A sad truth lies behind the cute images of these big cats spread across social media.
This Sri Lankan sanctuary hotel is a haven for wildlife lovers
Over the last 15 years, Vil Uyana has transformed 11 hectares of land into a conservation paradise.
Animal collective nouns: Do you know your blessings from your charms?
Test your knowledge with 13 of the most weird and wonderful names in the animal kingdom.
Wild birds in England can now be killed to protect game for shooting
There has long been debate over when birds like pheasants are considered livestock.
Climate change is bringing polar bears dangerously close to humans
Unusually warm weather is causing human-wildlife conflict in the Arctic.
Czech Republic and Slovenia report bird flu outbreaks
The Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic estimates the damage at CZK 20 million (€802,005).
Bird flu kills 2,000 wild cranes and infects thousands more in Israel
More than 2,000 wild cranes have died in Israel from bird flu in a vast nature reserve in the north of the country, officials at the Israel Nature and Parks Authority said on Sunday.
Taiwan rushes to contain sudden cane toad invasion
Toads are a symbol of prosperity and good fortune in Taiwan, but the unexpected discovery of an invasive species has officials and environmentalists scrambling to contain their spread.
Giant lizards choke on condoms as tourists have sex on Spanish beach
A new report finds that 300 ‘sex spots’ in the Dunes of Maspalomas are having a devastating impact on local plant and wildlife.
Scotland is perfect for avoiding crowds while being immersed in nature
Whether you want a pre-organised tour or a solo trip in the wilds, this friendly country will welcome you with open arms - and a dram or two.
Bonfire Night: Are polluting fires harming hedgehogs and humans?
Bonfires are a time-honoured tradition - here’s how you can make sure yours doesn’t cause toxic and illegal air pollution.