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New Zealand approves mass poisoning to protect native wildlife.
Scientists are searching for a new antibiotic and they hope that beekeepers can help.
Scientists looking for a new antibiotic are testing Welsh honey samples to see if they can provide a solution.
China has publicly admitted permitting the trade in skins from captive tigers, an international convention to protect endangered species hears.
A nature reserve becomes a stronghold for two rare butterflies, a wildlife trust says.
How to turn a wish into a virtual butterfly at Barbican's Digital Revolution exhibition
Hw much did science inform the new Planet of the Apes film?
People in Guernsey are being warned to be careful on the beach after blue jellyfish were spotted off the coast.
Rescuers have managed to free a young whale stranded for two days on a beach in Queensland, Australia.
RSPB Scotland is urging people to discard unwanted plastic bags carefully after a rare bird was photographed with one caught in its beak.
Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, has just resurfaced after spending 31 days living underwater.
Rescuers manage to refloat a young whale that has been stranded on a beach in Queensland, Australia, for two days.
Reptiles whose offspring's gender is dependent on temperature must spread out to survive the effects of climate change, new research shows.
A new report says the widespread use of a neonicotinoid chemical is linked to a marked decline in bird numbers in Europe.
Computer graphics are used to show how one of the first land predators on Earth would have moved 410 million years ago.
The iridescent wings of a butterfly have inspired a range of new uses, including self-cleaning surfaces and explosives detectors.
Female snapping shrimps are more aggressive than males when defending their territories despite their smaller claw size, a study shows.
Edinburgh Zoo's Giant Panda Tian Tian has conceived after being artificially inseminated earlier this year, but experts say she is not technically pregnant.
The fossilised remains of the largest flying bird ever found are identified by scientists.
Peacocks have been causing a flap in a suburb of Greater Manchester.