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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.
It's easy to get depressed about the state of the natural world, but Steve Harris says it's time we learnt to look on the bright side. Here are his reasons why.
There may be more roe deer in Britain now than ever before. Learn more about these intriguing mammals which now thrive in modern landscapes and how to age them from their antlers.
Orangutans are gentle and intelligent residents of the forests of Borneo and Sumatra. Discover something new about these endangered and enigmatic apes.
The world would be a smaller place without winsome, sky-scraping giraffes.
With nothing more than a handful of nuts and a deep-rooted faith in the black bears he studies, biologist Lynn Rogers is slowly changing America’s views of a feared carnivore.