Tigers are being farmed in China to make decorative rugs, supposedly fine wine and traditional medicine. Here we outline some basic facts of the trade.
Dragonfly eyes
Entomologist Richard Jones answers your wild question.
BBC Wildlife Magazine, November 2013
Ginny Carvisiglia's dream was to record her swifts’ breeding efforts, but her films were more like horror stories.
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Discover fascinating facts about the jaguar. 
Ladybird by Robert Trevis-Smith.
BBC Wildlife contributor Amy-Jane Beer answers your wild question.
BBC Wildlife Magazine travel supplement, March 2014.
New Zealand and Australia hold a remarkable range of species, many found nowhere else in the world. Here is our pick of four top destinations to add to your wishlist. 
BBC Wildlife contributor Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
Western lowland gorilla
Discover fascinating facts about the gorilla. 
BBC Wildlife Magazine, June 2014
Caring for orphaned wildlife can be fun, if you ignore the fleas, the vomit and the worms says Sara Frost.