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Big cats could return to Scotland, new study reveals
Lynx have been successfully reintroduced in some parts of Europe. Could Scotland be next?
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.
This sloth orphanage is helping cubs ‘learn to be wild again’
On Costa Rica’s Caribbean coastline, orphaned sloths are being prepared for a life in the wild.
Stuffed lions and elephants seized in €29m taxidermy raid in Spain
The haul of stuffed animals included over 400 protected species, including some that are extinct, such as the scimitar oryx, or severely threatened, such as the Bengal tiger.
Illegal fishing and physical violence on Chinese 'devil ships' exposed
The Environmental Justice Foundation exposes the extent of illegal fishing and human rights violations by China’s distant water fleet.
Fat-tailed dwarf lemurs could teach humans how to hibernate
The tiny primate has gone into hibernation in captivity for the first time, and it could help humans get to Mars.
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.
Tourists shocked by swarms of crabs invading Cuba's beaches
At dawn and dusk the multi-coloured crabs emerge, scuttling sideways toward the turquoise sea, climbing up house walls and carpeting the roughly paved coastal road.
Conservationists in Chile are giving this species a fighting chance
In Patagonia's wilderness, the founder of The North Face inspired conservation efforts to protect endangered species'.
'Other-worldly' underwater sculptures are saving the Italian coastline
Sunken statues have been used in various coastal locations by environmentalists to revive a dwindling marine population. But this is the impassioned project of one fisherman.
Daring travellers will love this hanging train-turned-hotel
The hotel opened in 2020 during the pandemic and proved to be an unexpected success.
How can this ‘bongo park’ save a species from extinction?
With fewer than one hundred individuals left in the wild, conservationists in Kenya are fighting to save the mountain bongo, a type of antelope on the verge of extinction.
Pangolin’s are the world’s most trafficked animal. But why?
Liberia's government has banned the hunting and sale of pangolins but many locals see no other ways of supporting themselves
Laughing seals and sunbathing foxes: The best wildlife photos of 2022
Celebrate World Wildlife Day with these stunning animal photos.
Rich countries asked to pay €50 bn to protect the world's biodiversity
"This is an investment in the services that biodiversity is generating for our society, for our economy, for our wellbeing and health."
Inside the gorilla sanctuary: Congo’s haven for wounded animals
A refuge hidden among the trees of a Congolese national park is providing hope for some of the world’s most endangered primates
Rescue team risk their lives to save whale entangled in rubbish
The female humpback whale was travelling with a male and a calf.
Iceland to end whaling by 2024 after fall in demand, authorities say
Demand for whale meat has decreased dramatically due to criticism from animal rights activists and environmentalists, concerns about toxins in the meat, and a shrinking market.
Scientists are using poo to save these adorable, pocket-sized owls
Scientists in California are helping burrowing owls to find new homes as their grassland habitats disappear.
Decoding ‘hippo honks’ could help prevent human-animal conflict
New research has found hippos can recognise each other from the sound of their honks, paving the way for improved conservation efforts.
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.
World-famous Kenyan paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey dies aged 77
Leakey, who unearthed evidence that helped to prove humankind evolved in Africa, died on Sunday at the age of 77, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
Meet the flying sea turtle who travelled 8,000 kilometres to Scotland
This injured sea turtle flew from the sunny Maldives to her new home in the Scottish lochs
What are ‘unicorns of the sea’ and why are they in danger?
The Arctic must not be turned into a shipping highway, say scientists, as narwhals are stressed by sounds up to 40km away.
Bumblebees are dying - but could solar parks save them?
Turning solar farms into meadows could quadruple bumblebee numbers - spreading their pollinator services far and wide.