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The discovery that a clam called Ming reached the age of 507 makes headlines around the world.
The results of a DNA study suggest that dogs were domesticated in Europe.
Minutes of the meeting giving the go-ahead to a controversial extension of the badger cull reveal deep unease among several board members about the decision.
The skull of a four million-year-old big cat resembling a modern snow leopard has been found in the Himalayas, evidence that big cats first evolved in Asia not Africa.
Two species of dolphin can be indentified from one another by analysing the clicking sounds they make, new research suggests.
Miniature video cameras attached to birds have revealed life from a gannet's perspective.
The annual round-up of the wild Carneddau ponies shows numbers are better than feared after about 100 died during snow earlier this year.
RSPB Scotland resumes a cull of feral goats at Loch Lomond, despite fears it could wipe out the entire population in the area.
A US company formally launches an "electronic backpack" mobile phone app that controls the movements of cockroaches and defends itself against cruelty claims.
Internationally important seabird populations on the Isles of Scilly are being protected by a scheme to kill more than 3,000 brown rats.
A new super-predator dinosaur that roamed the earth 80 million years ago is discovered in southern Utah.
Papua New Guinea boasts one of the greatest varieties of life in the world. Mark Beaumont visits Port Moresby Nature Park to explore the richness of the indigenous wildlife.
Some 940 badgers were killed in total during a pilot cull, which was lower than the planned target, the government admits.
Part of a giant platypus fossil, dubbed platypus-zilla, is unearthed in Australia, scientists report.
Two orphaned otter cubs are being cared for by the Scottish SPCA after being found in distress at Thurso beach in Caithness.
Hedgehogs which have been nursed back to health are being fitted with GPS "backpacks" to find out how they go on to survive in the wild.
A wild boar which has been on the loose in Alderney for more than a month is thought to have swum there from France.
Dense tree canopies create a microclimate that protects a variety of cold-adapted plant species from warming air temperatures, a study shows.
The golden eagle tops the vote in a Scottish Natural Heritage campaign to find Scotland's favourite wild animal.
African elephant society remains disrupted by culling operations that took place decades ago, research reveals.