Animals

Margaret Morse Nice
All too often the world of birds is associated mainly with men. Jo Wimpenny remembers some brilliant but overlooked women who advanced our knowledge of birds.
The preferred tusk is often more worn
BBC Wildlife writer Sarah McPherson answers your wild question.
A yellow seahorse (Hippocampus kuda)
Marine biologist and photographer Matt Doggett answers your wild question.
Badgers may attack and kill hedgehogs, but that doesn't mean they are solely to blame for the latter's decline, says Carly Pettett. 
Shark fins collected in Indonesia
Mark Carwardine discusses the issue of shark finning.
Wolves were blamed for the death of a tourist in Greece, but there is little evidence linking them to the attack, says Yorgos Iliopoulos. 
Wind turbines
Science writer Stuart Blackman reveals the true impact of wind turbines for wildlife. 
Grey seals in the snow at Donna Nook
How grey seals deal with stress depends on their personality, discovers the BBC's Chris Howard. 
Cuban boa
Science writer Stuart Blackman analyses hunting strategies of the slithery kind. 
A female Leiobunum rotundum harvestman
BBC Wildlife contributor Richard Jones answers your wild question. 
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