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A "stocktake" of UK nature suggests 60% of animal and plant species have declined in the past 50 years - and one in 10 could end up disappearing.
A stocktake of UK nature suggests 60% of animal and plant species studied have declined in the past 50 years.
UK fruit growers could enjoy a much better harvest of apples and pears this year, following the dismal crop in 2012, experts believe.
A study showing how ants tunnel their way through confined spaces could aid the design of search and rescue robots, say scientists.
The underwater prowess of the penguin may have cost the bird its ability to fly, scientists believe.
A nesting crane lays the first egg laid by that breed of bird in southern Britain in more than 400 years.
The UK's spring butterflies are being welcomed by enthusiasts, but weeks later than they usually arrive.
A three-month long study to determine the puffin population on the Farne Islands in Northumberland gets under way.
An Asian insect is destroying native species around the world by unleashing a lethal biological cocktail.
The UK's bluebell bloom is thought to be several weeks late
Mosquitoes carrying the malaria parasite are more attracted to human body odour than uninfected insects, scientists report.
For the first time scientists have developed a map that shows the world's unique and endangered species.
A black widow spider is found in Aberdeen in a shipment from America.
India's tigers face extinction due to a collapse in the variety of their mating partners, say Cardiff University researchers.
The reintroduction of white-tailed eagles to Britain has been hailed as a conservation success, but will they ever fly beyond Scotland?
With populations in decline, an otter made an unlikely screen star in 1969 but now spotting opportunities are improving.
How studying droppings has led to the patter of tiny rhino hooves
Scientists have announced the discovery of a new species of bone-headed dinosaur, which is the oldest in North America, and possibly the world.
A camera set up to capture images of Scottish wildcats in Sutherland has photographed a bird species rarely seen in Scotland.
Cold War bunkers are the latest attempt to save bats from white-nose syndrome, a disease that has killed up to 6.7 million bats in the US and Canada.