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How do mammals that live underground survive in dark, airless burrows? What are the main challenges they face, and how do they adapt and modify their environments?
From savvy primates to space dogs, Stuart Blackman reveals the individuals that have made the biggest impact on how we view the planet and our place in it.
With a population exceeding one million, black bears are the most numerous ursids in North America – and you can see them in locations from Alaska to North Carolina.
Thank you to everyone who wrote to us to share their favourite memories of BBC Wildlife.
We were overwhelmed by the number of letters we received, so many we could not fit them all into the January issue of the magazine, so we decided to share them with you online. Enjoy!
Welcome to the BBC Wildlife shark zone where you can find out all you ever wanted to know about these fascinating fish.
An impressive variety of big sharks – possibly even great whites – patrol Britain’s productive seas, but the threats they face are mounting. Richard Peirce asks if we can learn to live with these magnificent, misunderstood predators.
More than 30 species of shark have been recorded off British coasts. Here are seven of the largest, most impressive predatory species.
In the six decades since his first wildlife film was broadcast, Sir David Attenborough’s programmes have consistently launched new formats, concepts and technology. This selection of classic clips demonstrates how his programmes transformed our understanding of the natural world.