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Endangered species on EDGE

The list of endangered bird species is getting longer and, in light of Chris Packham's series about the spring shoot on Malta, these...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

This photo is my favourite this week.

Bilbies have been wiped out in parts of central and northern Australia. The steady urbanisation of Australia‚Äôs population is having an...…

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A tree is a tree- isn't it?

George Mombiot questions Owen Paterson's motives for agreeing to build a motor service station in an ancient woodland with historical...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

Cushion starfish, space cherries and an anteater's tongue are among the pick of this week's images from the natural world

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Our self-regulating Earth

James Lovelock suggests that Earth is self-regulating and does not need saving. He also mentions, in the short video, that social insects...

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Bees in decline

I wonder how much of the decline of bee populations has to do with the the fact that UK opposed the insecticide ban.

The European commission said the study revealed mortality rates were better than had been expected. "These data show that, while higher...…

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Less wind more sun

The UK is a windy place with little opportunities for sun. Let's be honest. If you want sunshine the UK is the last place you'll go....

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Royal experts don't exist

The statement Princess Anne made to BBC's Country File in regards to badger culling was irresponsible and may encourage illegal killing....

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Climate challenge

Exxon (a global supplier of oil and gas) agrees with the IPCC that the continuous use of fossil fuel will increase the rate of global...

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Incredible life cycle of parasitic wasp

The life cycle of this parasitic wasp is a great example of how intricate and complex nature is.

Most animal species on Earth we never see. In fact, we have no idea what they look like, much less how spectacular they are. This...…

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