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A couple are blaming an otter for eating its way through £10,000-worth of fish from their pond.
The sex lives of critically endangered hawksbill turtles have been revealed by scientists studying the animals in the Seychelles.
The distress call of a young dolphin is used to lure to safety a large pod of the animals in danger of being stranded off Western Australia.
The health of the UK's hedgehogs is the key concern for a survey launched amid concerns that the spiny mammals are facing a serious decline in the UK.
Hundreds of seabirds are washed up along the coast of south west England, covered covered in a white waxy substance.
Scientists detail the smart bone and vascular structures that enable an owl to turn its head almost a full circle.
Scientists sequence the genome of the pigeon and pinpoint the DNA responsible for the head-crests seen in some fancy birds.
Ups and downs for UK moths
Two-thirds of Britain's 337 species of common and widespread larger moths have experienced a significant decline over the past four decade, a survey shows.
The government has announced that it will not sell off publicly owned forests in England.
The government is expected to outline its plans on whether or not to go ahead with the sale of publicly owned forests in England.
Young bonobos console their fellow apes with hugs and sex, scientists say.
The mystery of why homing pigeons get lost when released from a particular location in the US may have been solved.
Researchers in Orkney are to fit tags to thousands of crabs and lobsters over the next four years as part of a study to ensure stocks remain high.
The only polar bears on public display in the UK are at the Highland Wildlife Park near Aviemore. How do you give polar bears a health check? And why does it require speaking German?
We know about the damage that can be caused by the visible plastic debris which ends up in the world's oceans, threatening marine and animal life. But what can science tell us about the possible impact of waste plastic we can't see?
Tracking elusive great hammerhead sharks.
Cats are killing billions of birds and other animals in the US each year, a new study suggests.
The RSPCA confirms it is investigating after a duck was seen in a country park with a crossbow bolt through its head.
A cat who "baby-sat" newborn animals including lion cubs at a Cambridgeshire zoo dies, leading to messages of sympathy from around the world.