Mammals

Lioness
Africa’s lions are killed in their thousands for taking cattle. But a collaboration between conservationists and Samburu warriors is preventing the predation and saving the big cats’ lives. 
Timber wolves (a subspecies of grey wolf) in Germany (captive animals)
BBC Wildlife contributor Stephen Mills answers your wild question.
Beaver cutting down a tree.
Beavers are amazing eco-engineers who have an incredible impact on their surroundings. Mark Elliot from the Devon Wildlife Trust explains exactly how they help to create wetland habitats.
Giraffes walking in water.
Africa expert Stephen Mills answers your wild question. 
West lowland gorilla.
BBC Wildlife section editor Sarah McPherson answers your wild question. 
Secret World of Bats, Spring issue, BBC Wildlife Magazine.
We are at last unlocking many of the mysteries surrounding Britain’s bats. Experts from the Bat Conservation Trust reveal three exciting areas of research.
Heath Holden
Photojournalist Heath Holden champions the Endangered Tasmanian devil. 
Koala
The history of an Australian icon since European settlement. 
The Wolf Within feature, BBC Wildlife, February 2014.
Presenter Chris Packham reveals what he has learnt from observing his poodles. 
The Mouse That Owls at the Moon feature, January 2014.
Henry Nicholls introduces you to the mouse that howls at the moon, the speedy sengi and the shrew immune to alcohol. 
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